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NR Tonight - Ton
When. your liver goes on strike and
you feel a aick headacho and biliois
speil coming on, instead of proddi:ig
your liver with dangerous calonel and
lashing your bowels with strong, ir
ritating purgatives, got out our boxr
- of mild, gentlo-acting NR 'T'ablets and
take one right oif.
Relief will come just as quickly and
with it enuine, lauting benilt.
There will be no griping, gnawv-, F
Ing pains or doubling stomachl
ache. Nature's Rcmedy (NiR
Tablets) work promptly and
thoroughly, but tho action Is
gentle, mild and soothing.
Relief comes through the ac
tion of. Nature's- Romedy on no
only the liver, but on the whole diges
tive and eliminative system,-tho stom
ach, the bowels and even on the kid
ncys. -Stored up accumulations of
waste and body poloons that have
been clogging the system are complete
ly cleared out, tho over-worked stom
ach is strengthened and tho interrupted
work of digestion and asalmilation Is
resumed. The Inactive liver goes to
work with new vigor, ithe owchi
are unburdened, the healache leavev,
that dull. "dopey,' want-to-erawl
down-a- holQ eli(Ag disappears, onergyL
LACU1RFNS DRU CO., I
Take NR at once. Get
digestive and eliminative
organs working in har
mony and relief is imme
diate. Never causes
torrow Feel Right
"#pop" and appetite return and yfU
findourself entirely, complotely re
Thero to no better proof of the
reat valuo of Nature'e Remedy for
ilouanca.s and conitipation than tho
fact that more than one million NR
Tablets aro used every day,-more
than lvo million boxes sold every
If you've not already done so,
aet a 25c box of Nature's Rem
edy (NR Tablets) and take tho
. first tablet tonight. If your
constipation is stubborn or per
sistant, continue to take one
cach night for a week or no.
Then note how you feel. Your bow
0l Will be a3 regular as clock work
and You'll find yourself in better
shapo physically, mentally, every way
than you'vo been in many a day.
Alter that yott need not tako medicino,
every day. An occasional NI Tablet
to keep your systein in good condi
tion W1Il bo sufllcient, and you can
always feel your beat. Remember It
Is eaaler and cheaper to keep well than
to get well, J1Ist try it.
Nature's Remedy (NR Tablets) is
sold, guaranteed and recommended by
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Presidett- Elect Makes First Spreh
Since .leferendum. Nation Plinys
P1r1 in1 New Assoelation.
Marion, Ohio, Nov. 4.-Making his
ir st speecl as ipresident-elect, 'Vr..
ren G. Harding declared at an elc
tion celebrating of home folk here to
night that the Versailles league of na
tions was "now deceased" although the
new administration intended to see
that the nation *played its part in a
new international association founded
on peace and Justice.
Mr. 'larding also .told his friends
anil neighbors, who gathered around
the front porch in a cheering con
course rivalling the greater crowds of
the . campaign that he had come
through the fight without "an apology
or -a regret," and that. he would rather
not have the presidency than to vin
it "by speaking ill or uttering a lie."
Tile celebration in which many
from other Ohio cities joined, as char
acterized by all the carnival features
of an old political rally.
So great was the gathering that the
streets were jammed for a block
away and only a small part of those
Present could hear the speech. Il [t
"arade past the iaIrding residence
there were many special featl is, one
l1anli leading a (olkey oi n s-i(es
was; painltedl "Jilmmle didn't treal1 meI
iOht," while anothe('r grot) c(at'rie(' a
.tinn11y cpse; silholietted against a
r( fre backgrollid and labelled "Tlhe
.eague of Nations."
It was fromt the Iatt(er tabliieaui that
tite presidelt-elect took the cue for
the leadiug thought of his speech.
lis reference to it started a laugi,
and then he said: - ..
"I didn't see as m11iu) sorrow in
yotur faces its I had apprellendel. It's
not that you or I question Lie desire
of AmeriCa to Ilaity its hpart: its not
that we questiomn the high id'aI of
those who were responsible for tle
Versailles covelnant. You Just didn't
want a surrender of the (United States
of America; you wanted Americat to
go on tinder American ideals. That's
why you didn't cale for the league
which is now deceased.
"Amerlea is playing a great part
noW. America is healing the heart
of the old world tonight as no other
nation. But there is moire to be;
there is a new world relationship and
when the next administration coles
into -ower we're going to play otir
11t. We're going to ask for nations
associated together in justice; but it
shall be an association which surrcn
ders nothing of American freedom.
In his short talk the president-elect
touched on ni other issues of the cam
paign but thanked the crowd fot* its
tribute and asked that he go to Wash
ington "with your good wishes, your
confidence and your prayers."
"It is a solemn responsibility," he
said, "and when I ani through I want
to be able to come back and be one of
you again the same as I am now. I
like to stand befdre you and tell you
I dont come wvith a single apology or
regret. Blefore -i'd become spresident
by speaking .111 0or utter'ing a lie, I'd
spur'n the ofllee."
lIe addedl that lhe always had liked
"the Marion spirlit of boosting," and
that lhe was "going dlown to Washing
ton as a b)ooster' for' the linitedi States
PEiHLiC' AP'PEA IIANCE
Woodro.w Wlilsont Sits in Wheel Chair
onl Easlt Portico of White' Hlouse
W'thilet Wauishinigton Leangue of Na..
tionsl 'Suppolrters ('heer andui Sing oni
Washington, Nov. -.-P'residlent WiI
SOni mache hiis firs'~t public appearance
tonligh~t in more'~ than a yeair when lie
was lift('d in his wVheeled ('hail' to t'he
east porthc'o of the White I louse while
httnd(1reds of Wash igton lecag ut of na-.
tionis' aidhieents athlered Onl tile
W\hite I louse lawvn to do him hionor.
Th'le irow.'lof mhen, women and clil
dre~n b'eaing state hianniers and the
nlatilonal flag unid er the c lealdershlip of
diohn F. Costello, tlllmo(raitic nat ionalI
commlaitt('emni for' District of Colum
bia, assem bled at Demoera tie niationalI
hleadhquarlitfers at 8 p. mi. and niarched
to the White I louse, whiere the gates
were' opened to the public', for the
firist time sinice the beginning of the
As the president wans lifted in his
wheel chair~ uip the steps from the in
ter'ior of the WVhite .House leadmng to
the east portico, the crowd on the t
race below broke inito applause, and
joinedl in the singing otf America.
Mrs. Wiinon -and( otherI miembers of
the family stood about the pr'esident
while the crowd sang. In ani overcoat
buttoncd closely about himn and a roft
lint shadling his face the preident
sat silently watching the throng below.
There was more cheering as the song
A suoloist sang, "Carry Mo Back to
01(d Virginia" angl the crowvd picked up
the ehoirus. The lurnsidhent' fnan e
laxed and ie turned his head to speak
to Mrs. Wilson beside his chair. As
the song ended amid 9heering and a
bouquet of flowers waq laid upon the
balustrade before him, ir. Wilson
raised his hat and held it aloft. a at
tendlants rolled his chair back towar(
the door. The crowd sent up cheers
for the league and for the president
and as Mrs. Wilson wavedi a Ilnal
greeting from the doorway sang "J'he
Star Spangled Banner."
Secret of Succ;b.
If a man wants to succeed he must
give what 'uccess 'douands-hard
workU and thought. If he won't give
it he has no right to kick and say
tuck is against him.
MEAN AND CROSs?
110W'S YOUR LIVER
Try MardraS. An Excellent Stimiunt
One's disposition depends largely on
the condition of the body. I-lot teni
pers usually are the result of sluggish
livers, 1poor ,digestion, stomach trou
les, etc. The nervous system can't
be expected to operate sioothly when
tho digestion is ulpset.
A mean, cross disposition In the
nimrning before breakfast is a pretty
bad indication. The system needs
Mlany wise folks take pa ins to keep
their bodies properly. A tablespoon
fill of SalDraS befor( cach me al will
ton1e u1p the (igestion, stimItulate the
.tomach, enliven the liver and purify
be ! blood A scientific stimilant and
nic prrvlare-d from mecdieinal roots
,( herbs. Imiproves heNalth and dis
I ion by cleansing the body and
-!11a1tint: its org ias. Does what thea
ntmn la ati ves cant dlO (. Coi
in.4 no alcohol. All ICalrs an)d Joh
You might well be bewildered b h"
ful, appropriate gift suggestions
~oumigt ellbe ewldeedby the '
ful aprprat gftsugetinsthat abo~ii o
profusion at this store.
Gift suggestions and ideas are
quickly stimulated here,
If you are in doubt about a single gift a v'
our store will quickly solve your probler.
Your inspection is invited.
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WHEN YOU THINK OF WELRY. I NK' OF
WILLIAM S OLOMO
wesT ocoD COURTAR? LPURE.
G-G Allsteel Safes, -Wood and Steel Desks
and Filing Cabinets, Chairs, Stools,
Blan Books, Loose Leaf Devices, Type
writers and Ribbons, Inks and Adhesives.
We Carry at all times a complete stock of ANY
THING THAT GOES IN AN OFFICE, and your
orders can be filled the day we receive them.
Let us know of your wants, We'll be glad to serve you.
Huey & Frew
Greenwood, S. C. Phone 757 At American Ba'
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to figure why
- You should know why C.
are so unusual, so refreshing4
satisfying. First, quality-deco
Camels expert blend of choice
c and choice Domestic tobaccos W,
you'll certainly prefer. to either
smoked straight I
Camels blend makes
wonderful mellow mildness
desirable body is there ! And
neve your taste!
taste any unpleasant cigaretty 4
.aseor uinleasant cigaretty odori
oyour own satisfaction compa
.Camels puff by puff with any.'
e: rette in the world at any
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P I 0 i:1
IS IT worth while to suffer frc i eye ache, head
ache or poor vision when relief is so near and
can be had at such small cost?
We make a thorough examination of the eyes
without cost, and if glasses are needed, furnish
them at the lowest possible price.
PERFECT FITTING GUARANTEED.
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11 Un R E
Did you earn that money? Well you w.Qrked for
it, didn't you? Why can't you put some little piece of
it in the bank each pay day, so that some day it can
work for you?
Vou wont always be able to work. even if you are
well. Then it will be a fine feeling to have the money
you banked, while you could work, whioh is now. Bank
We add 4 per cent. interest.
Make OUR bank YOUR bank.
The Enterprise National Bank
N. B. DIAL, President C. H. ROPER, Cashier
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