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Thiat's what many call it,
f(r it puts, vim and vigor into
old stomachs; rich, red blood into
od, veins; sound flesh on old bones.
Drlhk a glass of this delicious diges.
tant with each meal.
PURE DIGESTIVE AROMATICS WITH
SHIVAR MINERAL WATER AND GINGER
ur grocer or druggist vill refund
- 1pey on first dozen if you are
sed with results.
regular dealer cannot sup
FLOUR3 & GRAIN CO.
'tributors for LaureIns.
wthou can4a A e
ralls of ..10 of .
Laurna Dug C .R,Tures,. Do.
R~9JD~~fl~n~ts d because otber
. a g le LuntgSalve
J~Tleved hundreds of such
as".f COU'cat tose OD otr
Money a k Guarante.
atour rick TODAY.Vd
Launjren.s Drutg Co., jaiircns, S. 0~.
0. Langdon Long
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Enterprise National'Bank Buildirg
All Legal Business Given
Oil Tanks and Pumps, Air Con
pressors, Computing Scales, Floor
Scales, Show Cases, Account lleg
isters, Rebuilt Cash Registers,
Safes, Store FI\tures.
THE HAMILTON SALES CO.
Columbia, .4. C.
C. C. Featherstonc V. B. Euight
FEATHERSTON11 & KNIGRT
. Attorneys at Law
Laurens, S. C.
If Business Intrusted to Our Care
ill Have Prompt and CarefuA Atten
Office over Palmetto Bank
Mr. Featherstone will spend Wednes
day of each week in Laurons.
Terracing : Leveling
Gray Court, S. C.
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
Laurens, So tle Carolina
Offlee In Peoples Bank Buildin~g
C. E. KENNEDY & SON
Undertakers asnd Embalmers
Calls answeredl any hour day or ntight
S impson, Cooper & Babb
Attornieya at Law.
Yll1 Practice fu all State courts
Prjn('pt AttentIon Giveni All Bnsiness
Blackwell & sullivan
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Prompt Atterition Olven All Buslness
- Money to Loan on Real Estate
Ofmie in Simmons Building
The Wonderful Soil Improver
Sov$ it In your corryand cotton
at the last working, and next
year4ou can plant these two
crops on the same land annd make
bigger crops. It Ia conaidered
worth $20 to $30 per nero In the
Increased productiveness and fin
pove l mechanlcal condition of
~OnIM80N CLOVER also makes
#n ecellntvinter' and1 spring
rangcrop, the best of early
gfreenofee and a Wood hay crop.
T.W.Wood & Sons,
I' R*EDSMRN. Richrndn VUm
'.PHIRMS 0F ALLIES
TO JIE ACCEPTED
VernsuH Will Agree 4b Furnisli Coal.
Tension Now Relaxed.
Spa, July 15.--The German minis
ters are disposed to accept the note
of the allies and to answer in the af
llimative tomorrow without quallilca
tions. A formal decision will )e tak
en in the cabinet council in the morn
ilg but the attitude of the ministers
tonight Is that the atgrecinent is as
good as made.
This also Is the view of Premier Alil
Dr. 3lions, the German foreign sec
etaIy, said he had un hour's conver
sation with Premiers Alillerand an(
Iloyd George, in which they dis -
calssed the essentials of the ailld re
lly. I0r. Simons was measurieably
reconic i led to the allies' solution. Tei
ion is greatly igxed; at 'German
Tle protocol which tle Germans
will b asked to sign tomorrow pt:o
vides that. they muist fCui'nishIi 2,000,
000 tons of coal monthly. and if by
O'toht'r 15, 1920. they have not turn
, h.1eti jo(.mtos the allies ;--.
elpy thie tultr. A treaty price will
bt imid for the coal, 1luts live itarks
I pr lon its a premlitim for sce' enl
ing' imo different grades, which ;rt
iiunt will be applied to tht' purchase
Spa, July 15.-Germany today not i
titd the allies .that her cabinet had
agreed to tihe allied demand for ithe
delivery of 2.000,000 tois of coal
mon ibly un dcir thrvee essential Con
dit ions and other iniior cond itions.
She also stilimlated that Mh miunist re
ceive raw materials.
'I'l GCrman acceptance was eml)
bodied in a note which was laid bn'
fore te allied premlier's at noon by
Premier i'loyd George. Tlle essentiial
conditions named were (hese:
I''rat,* the German goveinmiei to
have the distribut Ion of the ''illeslani
coal, or he alloted 500.000 tons montli
ly .for northern Germany instead of
t.he liresent llotmen t of 200,000 tons,
Second. a mixed commissioni to 1w
sent to I'ssii to exaiine food and(
Thiird, the allies are asked to ad
vance money or provide credit for
imlorting additional food for the4' en -
tire (eriman0 popu lat lou.
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L,11 El''LkLI- NEWS.
*5*5* *SSe eo ee ee ee ee
beakville. .Atly 19.-.Slnday, as a
rainy day, k0pt most folks iiide ohelr
owi shelters, tIerefore not much vis
itinlg ior' miuch news from this lplace,
If the alin continues the easy lift
of the far-mer and mile, so far, tiis
year, will come to ai alriupt end, it
Ihey con qetr-c "Cene'ral (ren".
Mr. -teveno .l. Garrett was on Ili
slck lisat last week.
I-\lp. '. V1 Wilson has retu'inl
f'roim Philhadc'glhi a and repoiirts a
ileasant tI'rip and some giandi sights.
Xir. ivy linew'll Visited his brtherI'l
Mr. G,(~'or e l):ngwe'll, of fIramnletis, re-~
Air. id .\lrs. tKugient' litlug es 'wiere
iu:s tC .\li. and-Mirs. IL . T. linahi
8atudi: ~: n iahi,.
Saturi day' moining from I aii us,
wh'lere she' was a ;:test of .\lt-. 11.:. \.
.\lartlin fior a fewi days..
Alts. 8. .Xl. GarrettI spe(nt Wednesdlay
*.'I i .\lirs. 1Aen kt and .\n's, Ow en a
80''n toi .\li. aiid .\trs. XW. G. ar'
Mir. L. Z. Wilsont visjted-hils son, \l i.
J. N. Wilson, Sunday.
Mliss ('oni .\lMae Illendlerson. of
IFounitain inni, ."nent the past week
with ber' cousin, M\iss Nannie Mlac
Wi'lson, retuitrning home Friday, M\iss
Natnnit' M\ae accomnpatting hiei' to spenttd
a few days.
i', -WVIIl Soutth and M\r. Ivy Ilag
well motor'ed to TLaurens on business
Sa iituray aftei'noon.
Tittle .\Iss Alliene Garrett spent
Wednesday wIth hier cousin, little
Mliss Wilma Wilson.
\lr. and .\irs. W. M\. Coker, of (Gray
('ottrt, v'isi ted t heir dlautghter, Mi's. W.,
(G. Garrett, Satuirday.
Mlr. and .\i's. Edgar F'hierbert were
the week-endl visitors of their par'
ents, Mir. and .\irs. S. .\, Garriett.
Mliss Mlacie South spent Sunday
wph hiei aunt, Mi's. F. C'onnoir.
Mirs. . N. Wilson was a recent vis
Itor' of lieu' slster, Mt's. W. 0. Gairrett.
* HICKORIY TA'VERtN NEWIIS. *
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Hickory Tavern, July 19.-The
cropsi arie all Itooking very good ini
this section, at present,
It was reportedl that a few'A holl
weevils- had been foundl around here,
but it ia not true,
Among those who have purchased
new Foirds this week are .\rs. C, XW.
Wasson, John *Roper, Frank K~night
and Todd K~night,
A number of our .vonng people at
tended the lawn party at Mir. Wjllis'
at Green 'Pond Saturday night. They
all raport a good time and a Jolly
A cast of sorrow was thrown over
ou1r community Saturday when It was
reported t-hat Aliss Minnic Irvin was
dead. Miss Irvin taught school at
Hickory Tavern the last session. She
was a grand teacher and was loved
by all of her pupils and all that she
came in contact with.
Allss l'dina Owings entertained a few
of her friends Friday night, by giving
a "get-together" party. The -crowd
biegan to assemble at eight-thirty and
by nine all was present and dien'a
general free-for'all talk and music
by a Pathe and 3Ir. Claude 'Willis as
cranker. Then the couples were se
cured by matching up a ibroken verse
and were inlvited hino thc lext roc Im
'w- here the boys all were allowed to
talk to each girl about five min u1tes
and then move lo tne righ.t until Ie
reacled his partner. Theni the dinlintg
room4 door was opened and Ihe crowdl
invi ted in, where trhey were served
by a delightfitl ourse of cream anld
eai. Whlen throuh11 here the crod'14
assembled in the parlor where a goo'ud
lauh was enjoyed when each drew a
fortune 1that had been fixed for t he
iurpose and read aloud. BY this time
it was gettin g real late so thbe crowd
began to go horne wishing for anothe
.party like this real soon.
Among those \vho were at the part y
were: lisses Verta lla(lwin, Neoma
Alexatnder, Cora League, liazle elt,
Nettie \te Willis, Nell Curry. 2arrie
A\rmlustronig, Mlurlee Holder, Irene and
Thelma Owiings; .lessrs. Oulver' anid
Gillie FSumerel, Claulde Willis, FrIanlk
Gray, I:Velret-t Curry, Dlenroee .\rmu
stlong, lFeltol Roper.
T1111.1 WILL ASTONISHl
LA'lmNS PEOPi, -
The quick action of simple witch
hazel, cauphor, hydastis, etc., as
mixedt in Lavoptik eye wasnh, will su0r.
prise iaurens people. One girl with
weak, strained eyes was helped by a
sitngle application. Her m1other cOild
hardly sew or read herause of eyp
painus. In onle .we1k she too was hln
eilted. We guarantee a small bottle
of Lavoptik to help ANY CASl': weak,
strained or inamed (yes. Aluminum
eye cup F E. Putnam Irug tore.
to rbi I
the econ o~
Call for t
* ,JONE NEIS.
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Jones, Jily .16.--W-e are indebted
to Mrs. Milton Golden for some d'll
Dr. J. 11. Workman and Mr. .John
Medlock have purchased new aulomo
.\Mr. and Mrs, .Wilmot Smith and son,
Dlouglas, of Greenville, visited rela
tives and friends liee recently.
The Fou rih was quietly observed
Mr. Marvin Daniel, of Seneca, visit
ed his aunt, Mrs. 1)-. W. T. Jones
and I his cousin, Mrs. (u. . Graham last
Miss Mary Jones was called as
nurse to Columbia a fow days ago.
The recent electrocition of .11r.
Claude Birissey Was a great shock to
ever'yone. The t(ider-est symlipathy of
all ouir po'c.o goes out to his brivafl
family. lie was Aiidl to rest i WaL
nut Grove cemuetery in the prestnce or
a iige asembldage of soirowing rola
tives uan1d friends. llev. Smith, of
Ware Shoals. condim eld the finnraI
services witih very comforthing and ap
propriate reimarks. Ilis loved on's
request u.1 to say to all who were so
kind to them 'ni Ither sudden great be
reaVeieit, thet they ar priofoindly
gratefil andI reverently invoke God's
bt.hiessins uponl 11hem.
Mrs. Toccoa Canlol and soi, Ila r
ry, of Abbeville. are the ouests of Mr.
llownes .Jon, and family.
Crops in the comlmnitiiiy are very
We recently met the following
friends, .\Ir. Marlow IlTughes of Green
vilie, MI. and Mrs. Albert Stuart. AI
bert Snyder and Sheppa'rd Yeldel1, Of
Greenwood, Rev. J. M. Dallas of 13on
I on. .l . II. .\loore, of Abbeville, can
dida H' foi Solicitor 'was in oi'ur midst
\lxessrs. Frank 1). .lones and Adger
Cobb were in Greenwood T ii rsday.
The friends of Mr. .ohn Ashley will
regret to hi ear of his death which b -
eirred at Ware Sohals .ily 15h.
Engraved Cards and nvitations.
Advertiser Printing Co.
in th tre hl
Fi restoe 3%c tib kec
>dulcts of un es
s mnade standa hjrd,
b ulk of the peo
t asi the standar<
era; of srnaH car'
bothe with; meth
res, or" guaraintees
he Firestonkle 3 %.
Worn Doin, Out of Heart
Georgia Lady, Worn-out and Tired, Tells How She
Was Helped by Ziron Iron Tonic.
HI, personal experience of Mrs. "We heard of Ziron, and from what
Nannie Phillips, of Powder I read, I was sure it wouldn't hurt me,
Springs, Ga., is printed below in if It didn't help ic. But after taking
her own words: it I found It really helped me, and I
"I was in a worn-out condition. My sent back for more. I ate bettor, felt
stomach was out of order. I didn't much ctronger. I am sure Zirou i0
sloop well. I was tired all tho time. a splendid tonic."
I couldn't half eat, and didn't rest Many people, who are worn down and
Well at night. (sheartened, due to stomach disordts
"I would get out of heart and blue. and nervous ills, find relief by toning
I would feel like I was going to bo up their blood with Ziron Iron Tonic.
down in bed. Yet I kept dragging Tell your druggist you want to try
around. Ziron on our money-ack guarantee.
Just Received --I a C arload of
Some are now on display at our
new garage on East Main Street,
just off the square.
Vincent Miotor Car o
Laurens, S. C.