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Made over to your liking,
with rosy checks, hearty ap
petites, vigorous digestion and ro
bust health. Give them a glass of
this delicious digestant with meals,
PURE' DIGESTIVE ADOMATICS WITH
SHIVAR MINERAL WATER AND GINGER
Nothing like it for building rich
blood ind solid flesh. At all gro
cers and druggists--satisfaction or
your money back on first dozen.
If your regular dealer cannot sup
ply you, telephone
DIXIE FLOUR & GRAIN CO.
Distributors for Laurens.
After you.cat-always take
ClOR YOUR STOMACfI'S~5/.~)
Instantly relievea Heartburn, Bloated Gassy
Feeling. Stops indigeation., food souring. re
peating, and all the miany miseries caus.ed by
EATONIC is the beat remi e 'unof thou
sande wonderfully benef<ied. osltivoly uar.
anteed to please0 or we will refund money.
Call and aet gi big box today. You will 000.
Laurens Drug Co., Laurens, S. C.
W. M. NASH
Gray 5ourt, S. C.
0. Langdon Long
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Enterprise Nationall'ank Building
All Legal Business Given
011 Tanks and Puinps, Air Comn
pressors, Computing Scales, Floor
Scales, Show Cases, Account Reg
isters, Rebuilt Cash Registers,
Safes, 'Store Fixtures.
THIE HAMIL11TON SA.LES CO.
C'oluimbia, S. C.
C. C. Featherstonc W. B. Knight
FEATHIEJSTONEP & KNIGHT
Attorneys at Law
Laurens, S. C.
All Businesi Intrusted to Our Care
Will Have Prompt and Carefut Atten.
Ofice over Palmetto hank
Mr. Featherstone will spend Wednes
day of each week in Lauirens.
Theo Laurenas Drug Co., Laurenss, S. C.
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
Laurens, South Carolina
Offiee In Peoples Bank Building
C. E. KENNEDY & SON
Undertakers and Embamners
Onlls answiered any hou11r day or naight
Sirnpson, Cooper & Eabb
il Pnietlle.II in ll State tausi~
Prompt Atteniiona Given All iHusiness
Blackwell & Sullivan
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Promipt Attention Given All Bunsiness
Money to 1)1an onl Real Estate
Ofice In lSoimns Building
Stor ch-Kidneye-Ieart- Liver
Keep the vital organs healthy by
regularly taking the'world's stand
ard remedy for kidney, liver,
bladder and uric acid troubles
*The Naetional Remedy of' Holland for
*enturie and endorsed by Queen Wilbol
mina. At all druggists, throo sizes.
* ad aewpt noknato
The County Home dlemoistration'
Agent of Laurens county Is planning
a poultry culling campaign as a. regu
lar part of her yearly work. Tho
campaign will be carried on from Au
gust' 1st to October 15th, us it has I
been proven that best results are ob
tallied during tils season.
The purpose of the campaign is to
enable the farm owner to realize a
greater profit from the poultry ilock.
'With the present prices of corn and
other feed stuffs it Is necessary to call
out the poor producer or boai ding
hen; to save as .much high priced feed
as possible; to keep the best egg lay
ers for another season; to provide sur
ficlent space for this years young
stock, and thus ma~ke it posible to re
celve the greatest possible returns'
from the farm flock.
It has only been during the past few
;ea r.s that the culling work coldi( be
siccessfully carried on. The U. S. De
partment of Agriculture and the dif
f'ren- state universitIes through the
T( rt: of their :oultry deiartmen
5::e Odnoh~ to m ol a sele'itifoIe
Idy of poult-y ,alld it is tiirou h
'hr'r~ ~ ~~ ~. tfillta h' uligwrkh
11w :iil'eto.011 of the good prodlcin.,
hvn- L; rery imlle and mo;t any doe
aftN a. few moments praclie, can i..
(essullyiv perforn the work. The time
of vear the hen sheds its feathers, t.h
H.\ItMINAIl l~- T()
BACK I'P THE-: DRlYS
.Xsked i to Take Firm1 Stanid in Sup.
port of Prohi bittonl In 111.4 Speech
Ma rion, Ohio, , illy 9.-Senator
4-arding the Re:ublican candidate for
president. was urged to take a firn
stand in support of national lu'olil
bition in his s1;ptech of acceptan(e'i, at
a coliference today with J. F1'rank
flanly, former governor of Indiana,
and lroil hiton 111 cand1date for presi
dent In 1916. LIte'r it was annoinced
the -enator had not comil him
self regarding the matter, while .Mir.
'Hanly said lie hoped to be able to sip
1)or:t himi, lt "would wait to see what
the senator said In his speech."
Mr. I anly announced he would not
attend the national prohibition con
vention tc be held in Lincoln, .luly 21,
and hat lie oppoesd placing a na
tional prohibitlon ticket in the field
"I simply presented my views, re
newed old acquaintances and had a
pleasant hour. I did not ask the sen
ator for any commitments on those
questions and he'iade none. I don't
think the prohibition party ought to
nominate a candidate."
Regarding the conference, Senator
Harding said Mr. Ilanly only "present
ed hjs viow s as to construction of the
platform as others have done," add
lag "we are always gladl to listen."
Plans for officially notifying Senator
HI arding of hIs nomination were a'
nouncedl today followving a conference
between the nominee andl TI. Coleman
Duimlont, of Delawlire, chairman of the
cominlt tee on arrangements foir the
iRepuoblic'an national commIttee and
Harry .\. D!augherty, of C'olumbus,
the senator's manager' In the prle-coni
venft Ion ('am paign.
Thiie cevent will Itake ilacle at ' p
m.,. .1uly 22, In ;at ielQd Park on the
oultsirtsl~ of .\I arion, w' ih Nationa!'
C'ha iran i ll II. I lays priiesidini.
Folloin- ti .singin~g 0o' the r
.spanggled llaniner by~h the ltepubliita
Mc.\fee, hpat or' of Tlrinity Mg
clhur chi M.\arion, whiiichi the setor
at: nd"-. S enat :: l.odge of .\a sacht'
8ett, permanen~it chairmian of the'
h8e ni--a ,I eaa.mlit'e, A ill.n
4 'r ni icnminnitl tomII whiebo th
(ii 1io Anwirica the ( .':nInI
,to a i .3 4 . ~itcn ng of S't. .\M r
air'li h ermumittee0 oni arrangr'menir,
will mieet in Coilihu on Jlly 21. .\im.
Daugi ihert'1y wll en tert ain at dIn ner
melei of brahi Iicomit tees~ when
Cna I~ in (ju$.dIns a 'o ( Xpeled to
Another caller today was iHenriy l2.
Stodd arid of Nw \ 'ork, a Prog ess li
le'ader wtho assuiredi the senator tii'
h' !rogr'essives o" lie country .were
p: ek of hi m in his cam paign.
Owing to his engagements the sen
htoi' found dlifilty in workin gon
'his speech1 oIf acceptance. The 5ipech
priobibly wvill b e shorter In length
I han any utterance of similar naturie
delivered in years. The senator said
lie would leave certain subjets for
moreC (letailledI discussion ini subse
Major General Leonard Wood and
senator Cummings of rowva, will con
for with the .senator tomorrow,
solor of the leg of the bird, comb con
lition and other simple physical char
tCteristics are considered.
The Couriy Homo Demonstration
\gent, Miss Daisy 'Harris, plans to
told a culling demonstration with each
*Vomen's Deimonstration Club In the
younty. Iti addition many individual
lemonstrations .will be given. In this
nanner It Is hoped to reach a najirity
)f the farm flocks in the counity.
It Is safe to say that fully 25 to
;0 per cent of the hens which make up
the farm flock of poultry do not lay
Dnougli eggs 'to pay for the feed they
consume. Many liens are kept from
three to five years on the farm and
4uch Individials aro always a loss to
their owner. By keeping the best lay
Qrs and culling out the poor I)roduc
ers a greater proilt will be derived
from the farm flock. Again eggs will
be hatched froi'only the heavy layers
and this will have a tendency to in..
crease tle layin qialities of the next
genrCIationi. By disposing of all in
ferior lens during the early fall suf
lciet. room is provided for this years
young stock. Tb ihis vil allow 111'11I1
tor l'o ing space and the health of
the Hlook vill he increased, tihus CaUs
lng a ,reator " prodilt ion.
Adi~tinaIliior ation anldi goveri
m n lit ezratiure ma he had fromt .lis.;
Daisy liarris. Coouny I m 1- )emon
Addresses 3Majority (if Landis Folis.
Tells of Ilights.
Salisbury N. C., July 10.-Address
ing most of the inhabitants of the tex
tile iill village of Landis, near here,
late today, following a personal In
vestigation of the trouble centering
in the strike of several hundred oper
alives, Gov. 'T. :W. Bickett gave warn..
Ing that, if the owners desired to oil
erate their imills and operatives want
ed to go to work, which they had a
perfect rigth to do, the state would
furnish 1whatever protection was need
ed against those who might Interfere.
''hic governor's address, delivered
from an automobile in a grove while
stores anud all business houses closed
that the people might hear hiim, fol
lowed confereces with reprosenta
tives of the Lynn and 'Corriher mills
uinder the same managemient, and rep
resentatives of the operatives. lie al
so had a conference with disinterest
lie declared that the mill owners
had a right to discharge an employee
if they had reason to believe it prop
er, that workers had a right to quiit,
Colds Cause Grip and influenza
LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablets remove the
cause. There is only one "Bromo Quinine."
L W. GROVE'S signature on box. 3c.
i:Ql'I '.' E: :'T A Ni) ('OJlIts
Colbr le t.-0 ar.
Tin Detroe ('ourlin:\ri
rehltbo-t', are. Cumsr,0
( o('! h ('-i p (hiris ens i
utgt o ati 1nlnetin- .ahet
hcY Mat Edhe oltalt. nr: .
lt('(I to els ICt4i voi li
Vi'; Ciitiracelit l T1ach1,
flu eks rad i l Iorsereit
-1(1 ns of te apic ins cote'
Junr F:ull :nom
DOn lNy's (ELAYYO
that others had a right to continue at millmana;eInnt d11charge1d an em- R
work and none had a right to ilter- ilo0ye(. Abotfive hu ndred work.r:* 1 Rheuam 1atism
for'e. at that tine tiut, but the majorly of
The governor spen1t the (ay at Lan- he sie have rtr.1 o won. 1 te oretel I il sten
dis in an effort to brnltg albout a 1 i p'towrie! 1hat 'tho.t w ho l i ifively 3cutraiteed by 1.:1Iev-bel- offer
tieient of the strike trouble whirl, not re 1 havrn i.(ii - . t(.3. 11V Ta. lies oi ne; Jois A g iril e. Celivered l -
Btarted about fivo weeks ag-o %%)I ria the ii'ti:13; low4 who (P d. &Co. l'iiotte thell.
The Cave Man
'Hurled a Rock
The cave man could hurl Nujol works on an en
a rock which was heavier tirely new principle.
than you or. .I could pos- .; .o4$
sibly lift. But his enjo Instead of forcing or irritating
f Oy., the system,' it simply softens
inent of health was no the food waste. This enables
greater than yours can be. the many tiny, muscles in the
Vitality, bounding energy walls of the intestines, contract
-these make, for, joy in ing and expanding in their nor
life. And theytare, the' mal way, to squeeze the food
birthright of everyone. waste along 'so that it passes
*ft# ,, naturally out of the system.
Enjoy the blessed privi
lege of health. Make your Nujol thus prevents constipa
your tion because it helps Nature
life really worth living. To maintain easy, thorough bowel
be physically fit it is only movements at regular intervals
necessary to obey the' -the healthiest habit in the
laws of health, the first of world.
which is-maintain a clean Nujol is- absolutely harmless
intestinal system. and pleasant to take. Try it.
Nujol is sold by all druggists in sealed bottles only, hearing Nujol trade
mark. Write Nujol Laboratories, Standard Oil Co. (Now Jersey),
50 Bro.idway, New York, for booklet, "Thirty Feet of Danger".
The Modern Method of Treating an Old Complaint
Nuj ol Fation
#EIS. .. PAT. OFF.
na's College of Agriculture and Engine erin~g
ION OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1920
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ce i.' M 1I (1 , P~rsi ni exainations31passe(i ait the ('o1m
ition write or wire: The Registrar, Cleimon College, S. C
J MAY BE CROWDED OUT. APPLICATIONS WILL BE CONSIDERED IN
THE ORDER RECEIVED.