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'Why not buy your lumber in car. 0
lots, direct from mill and savo the
discounts? Write or wire for priC
os, sending us list of quantity and c
grade you want. 8
COOK & CO.
Greenville, S. C.
FOR PROMPT RELIEF TAKE
2. TABLETS WITH A GLASS
OP WATER THREE TIMES
DAILY AFTER MEALS.
INJURE THE HEART
0. Langdon Long
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Enterprise National*Iank Building
All Legal Business- Glven.
Oil Tanks and P1ujim, Alr Com
pressors, Computing Scales, Floor
Scalei, Show C ases, Accouit Reg
Iatiers, Rebuilt Cash Registers,
Safes. Storel ixtures.
'T'HE Il~ilTO1111N SAILES CO.
C. olunbt, S. C.
C. C. Fentherstont W. B. Knighi
FEATHERSTONr & KNIGHT
Attorneys at Law
Laurens, S. C.
All Business Intrusted to Our Car4
Will Have Prompt and Carefut Atten,
. Ofiee over 'almetto Batnk
Mr. Featherstone will spend Wedn'es
day of each week int Uaurena.
W. M. NASh
Terracing :: 'Levelinj
Gray Court, S. C.
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
Laurens, South Carolina
Offiee In Peoples Bank Building
C. E. KENNEDY & SO!
Undertakers and Embalmei
Calls answered any hour day or nig1
Simpson, Cooper & Babb
Attorneys at Law.
WIli Practice In all State Courts
Prompt Attention Given All Busine
Blackwell & Sullivar
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Prompt Attention Given All Busine
Money to Loan on Real .Estate
Office in Simmons Buildinug
You Do More Work,
You are more ambitious and you get m<
enjoymer.' out of everything when y<
blood is in good condition. Impurities
the blood have a very depressing effect
the system, causing weakness. lazine
nervousness and sickness.
VIROVE'S TASTBLI3SS Chill TON%
restores Energy and Vitality by Purifyl
and Enriching the Blood. When you f
its strengthening, invigorating effect,:i
how it brings color to the cheeks and hi
it improves tho appetite, you will tI
appreciate its true tonic value.
OROVE's TASTELESS Chill TO!
is. not a patent medicine, it is sini
IlQ0N and QUININE suspended in Syr
8o pleasant even children like it.
*'~blood needs15Quinine to Purify it and i[R
eto Envrt These reliable tonic pr
ettes eve fal t drve utimpuritiea
The Strength-Creating Power of GROV
* TASTELESS ChillI TONIC has made
the favorite tonic in thousands of-hor
More than thirty-five years' ego, f
would ride a Iong distance to get GROV~
TASTELESS Chill TONIC when
member of their family had Malarla
needed a body-building. strekugth-gl
.tenlc.eo The formula is just the saine
day, and you can get it from any<
store. ante r bottle.
OVERNUO OANTU -at
WILLING TO QUIT an
ffers to Surrender Office Within Two wt
Weeks. It Soldiers Halt. th:
Nogales, Ariz., Aug. 6.-Gov. Esteban po
antu has offered to surrender posses- gu
ion of the executive oflco swithin two th
reeks on condition that Provisional st
'resident d'e la Huerta stops sending m
roops into Lower California, accord- dc
ig to an announcement tonight by
uan 'Platt, personal ropresentative of N
)e la Huerta.
Platt arrived in Nogales today af
er a conference with Governor Cantu F<
Lt Mexicali. Cantu's proposition has
)een wired to ,President do la Huerta.
According to Platt, the -trouble start
d when de la Iuerta demanded an w
recounting of taxes alleged to be due t(
to the federal government and on h1
xvhich the Cantu government had never v
nade an accounting. Cantu was or- A
dered to put an end to licensed vice c
mnd gambling and to raise the neces- p
4ary revenue by means of legitimate n
taxation. Platt insists former Car- fl
ranza supporters are responsible _
largely for the trouble.
Washington, Aug. 6.-American Con- r
sul Boyle at Mexicali, Mex., was in
structed I)y the state department to
day to cooperate with the United
States military commanders at Calex
Ico, Cal., -in preventing the smuggling
of war materials across the border.
These instructions were issued under
President Wilson's proclamation of
July 12, 1919, forbidding tihe exporta
tion of arms and munitions of iwar to
iln response to an informal inquiry
through tie 'American embassy at
.exico 'City regarding the posibility
of closing the American ports on the
Lower California boundary, it was
said today the department has taken
the stand that such closure is impos
sible without congressional action. Ev
ery effort is 'eIng made by the deptrrt
ment, it was announced today, to :;re
vent infractions of the -tiited States
neutrality laws either by American
citizens or aliens residing on the
A\mrican side or the frontier.
a rredo, Texas, Aug. 6.-Gei. Pablo
('onzales, former candidate for the
preslilenicy of mexico, who crossed the
border here last night, declined today
to discuss Mexican politics -and would
not make a statement regarding his
recent arrest at Monterey for alleged
connection with a revolt against the
I government of Provisional Presidenm
de la Iiuerta. Iie said, however, that
he would soon give a statement to the
Associated P3ress "in respect to politi
cal cIluestions in Mexico, especially
those happening inl which I took an
General Gonzales said that in a fwx
weeks he expected to make an extend
ed tour of the United States.
.il;ltlNEK AND GOBS
-- BATTEI, POLICEMEN
Fedetral Tiroops ('ailed Ot to .iaintain
Order After Police StatIon ia At.
tuIcked. Many ijutredi When Shot>
Revere, Mass., Aug. 3.--Federa
troops from Fort Blanks were rushec
to Revere 'Beach tonight after a crow<
of sailors and marInes who had at
tacked a .police station after mobbini
a Metropolitan ipark police 0111ce whi
had attempited to arcrest. a sailor of
a charge of drunkenness.
t While thousands of Sunday nigh
pleasure-seekers looked on, the sailor
and marines, joined b~y a few soldier
and numbering more than foutr hun
dred, took the prisoner from the ot1ik
er and then gave battle to othe
asmembers of the force. Some of them
-seized rifles from nearby shooting gal
leries and opened fire on the p)olic'
stat ion. TIhe police returned thme lit
with revolvers and shotgumns. iv
sailors swere seriously wounded an
as there wvere many minor injurIes.
lielp was summoned from Foi
Blanks, the Chelsea polie, and til
-Boston navy yards. A detachment<
-300 soldiers from Fort Banks w:
hurried to the scene and proceedit
'with llxed bayonets to clear the beac
The ,police estimated the crowd at ti
re beach at tho time of the rioting to b
* T~he naval authorities gave orde
3 othe navy lprovost guatrd that evel
sailor in Revere was 'to be arresten
C iaate -tonight motre than 100 had be0
no placedl under arrest. atnd the authol
ee ties seemed to have gained control
OW the situation.
en Several patrolmen woro injured
the fighting none seriously. The ben
ply is under 'the control of -the Mettropo
uIp, tan district commission and is part<
rh led by the commnission's pol)lec fot'
p. Most of the mitnor injuries to ptolli
in men atnd bystandetrs wercecautsed
Eflying stones when thme mob hurl
missiles at thme poli1ce station. 'T
ies windows swere smashed and much
lks the furtiture insidie the station w
4rThe exeitetment among the otn-lo'
,ing ers was intense, especially wheni
to- ollers fired- volleys over their het
irugi nefott tibdnaa l
ackers.',Women and-girls sdreamed f,
d some of them- fainted in 'the t
ish as the throng pressed close to 13
tch the battle. It was more than e
ree hours before the soldiers and1c
lice assisted by naval provost i
ards, succeeded In driving away the e
rong of curious people. The polilce
ition was filled with prisoners and t
iny more ,were lined up outside un
EW COMPANY BE .
FORMED BY PONZI
!deral Andit of Accounts of "Wiz.
ard" Probably be Conipleted This
'Boston, Augs 5.-. harles 'Ponzi,
hose alleged manipulations of in
rnational reply coupons have netted
igh profits for himself and his in
Dsors, announced today that on
londay next he would start a new
ampany, to be known as the Charles
onzi company. lie imade this state
ient at the end of a three hour con
3rence with three men whomn he de
cribed as represen tatives of the
!oimonwealth Trading and Securi
les Corporation of New York. He
efused to discuss the details of the
roposed new organization.
Trhe federal audit of Ponzi's ac
ounts probably will be completed be.
t Select your tireim
cording to the rol
they have to travel
- In sandy or hilly co
- try, wherever the go
r ais apt to be heavy-E
U. S. Nobby.
- For ordinary couri
e roads-The U. S. Ci1
4' For fr'ont wheel
d The U. S. Plain.
For best result
t eve rywhee- -U
4' Royal Cords.
)re the. end of the Week,. and until at
iat time no official statement as to IP
is solvency can be obtained. Gov.
rnor Coolidge and the executive fc
ouncil announced today the appro.-L
rlation of $8,000 for the use of the'st
ttorney general, part of which is to t(
over the expenses of an investiga- tt
Ion of Ponzi's business imethods..
)ROWN ON VISIT
;on of Spartanburg Educator Loses
Life in West Virginia.
Spartanburg, Aug. 6.-Announce
nent was received here late yesterday
that Pinckney iValker, 14 year old son
3f W..L. Walker, member of the facul
ty of the Deaf and 'islind institute at
Cedar Springs, was drowned at Rin
ney, W. Va. Young ,Walker was oi a
visit to grandparents at the time of his
death. Ie was a studenr at the Oak
land Avenue ,ublic school of this city.
According to the news received here.
young Walker, who was an exe:'lh':1'
swinimer, had been In the habit of tak
ing a boat- on the river and going for
a fishing trip every afternoon, and It is
presumlled that the boat capsized Witl
him,. One of the saddest euture; of,
the tragedy was tha.t the lad's mother
left here iWednesday for Itomnney, a(
companiied by two other sons, Robert
Us done a
L OK at the cro
step out of the
front of the movi
The movie m
would be renting he
theatres for store s
weren't for the aut
It is typical of P
ng that they took to
hemobile as a mnatter
try -just as they ha
movies and to es
great invention o
And the same
Ihappened every tiff
things as they cot
way to foster wasi
As regards tires,
back is about du<
are pretty near thi
kd Nathan F., arriving just after
inckney was drowued.
Professor Walker left Immediately
r Romney, accompanied by his son,
%wrence. 'Pinckney was the grand
n of Prof. N. F. Walker, superin
ndent of the Deaf and Blind insti.
ite at Cedar Springs. The family Is
THE BIG VAL
- Also Pastes and Liquids-for
THE F. F. DALLEY CORPORAT
s much a
to fill uj
wds that ing for som
ir cars in there when
What a r
ana ge rs tire is quahi
lf of their number of
pace, if it lege of get
omobile, case the i
up to the li
mericans U. S. Tire
the auto- .as to qualit
of course tation of11
ye to the
ery other Adta
f the last for the ai
thing has ard of quali
e. Taking the size of
te is a fine ing whate'
:e and ex
the come- in this tov
. People worthi whi
ough pay- fore you bl
lENS, S. C.
well known all over the stato, the
father being one of the 'qost Oromia
nent educators In South Carolina.
G-T' -st'Cess chlill Tonio
.'estoe- :'taity an,! enerty Iy purifyinq and eEN'
t#ici1nq the blood. You can uoon ('WIl Its St :engtb
Black, Tan, Ox-Blood and DarkT
ONS LTD.. BUFFALO. N. Y.
thing that isn't
they look for it.
nan pais for in a
ty--not a limited
miles or the privi
ing a rebate in
niles don't come
s are guaran teed
y -with no limi
holds just as good
ill car tire as for
U. S. Tire we've
's only one stand
ty with U. S.-and
the car has noth
wer to do with it.
resent U. S. Tires.
n. You'll find it
e to talk to usbe -
.y any mak~c tiros~,