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PERCHED ON A HIGH
STOOL IN AN OFFICE
Many a Brain Is Trying to Work With
Weak, Thin Blood.
MORE RICH, RED BLOOD NEEIDED
Pepto-Mangan .Olves You the Health
To Tackle Your Daily Work
If you sit at a desk all day in an
office, whether you are perched onl a
high stool or seated in an upholstered
chair, your body is Inactive. You
cant get much fresh air and outdoor
exercise. our blood becomes ipoor.
Y'ou look pale and feel weak.
The great tonie, Polto-MIIangan, is
whitt you need for awhile. It makes
rich, red blood. It restol-es your vital
energy. Your color comes back.
'When your blood is good, full of red
coriuscles, you are better able to re
sist disease. You go about your daily
work with the optillsim of good health.
Try 'I1jpto-1Man.lgaln and notice how
I'epto-Mangan is sold in both liiuid
and t-ablet form. Take either kind you
prefer. 1)oth have the same medicnal
va~luie. 'lit be sure you get the gena
ine Iepto- angan.-"uTde's." The
full name, "(ude's i~ue-M--iga"
shotild be ol the pacikage. Advertive
Take notlee that on the 18th day of
P)ecember. 1920, 1 will render a final
account of lily acts atd doings as Ad
ministrator of the estate of 1. C. Chap
man, deceased, inl the office of the
Judge of Probate of Laurens coutnty,
at It o'clock, a. it. and on lie same
ay wvill apply for a final liscliarge
from mly truist its admiimstrator.
Any erson nilebted to sad estate
is notifred and reqiuired to make pay
menilt oi that date; and a111 piersons
having claiis againsi said estate will
present them oi or before said date,
dIly provel or be forever barred.
Dr. It. 'Chapmnan,
November 17, 1920. 1.8-im-A
DIRECT FROM ORCHARD
$2.00 per Bushel; $6.00 per Barrel
$3.00 for Astsorted Biahel
SAluda, N. C.
Oil Tani ks and Puips, Air Com
piessors, (omputitng Scales, Floor
Scales, Show Cases, Account Rteg
isters, Itchtillt Cash Registers,
Safes, Store iqixttres.
1THlE HE A3111/0N SALES CO.
Column1bla, S. C.
Blackwell & -Sullivan
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Prompt Attention Given All Business
Money to -Loan on ]teal Estate
Office in Simmon Building
C. E. KENNEDY& SON
Undertakers and Embalmers
Calls answered tiny hour dily or ntgit
0. Lanigden Long
ATTORNEWY AT LAW'
Enterprise .~atial Bank Euildiung
All L4':,al Bui3-iness5 Given
"Worthy of its namei1,
Always the same."'
,Coughs, Coilds, Croup,
Influenza, and Pneumonia
Wh iy not shtpj your ?otin to onUr
bonded warehouse anid 'let. uts furrnish
you with your Inumber. We -pay all
COOK & CO.
GREENVILLE, $. C.
To settle in Burke
For further information
VIRGINIA BANK ROBBED
OF $1500,00 BY BANDITS
In Pitched Battle Jiounoke Police Take
Bandits Who Blow Baunk of Glasgow.
Trio tespontidble for Many Bobber.
Roanoke, Va., Nov. 19.-'Inhe Bank of
Glasgow, Glasgow, Va., forty iless
north of here, at 2 o'clock this morn
ing was robbed by three bandits of
$140,000 In Liberty bonds and curren
cy. accorlding to an estimate of Presi
dent Vaughn of the bank, and three
hours 1-ater, Roanoke police having re
ceived the alarm, blocked the three
roads leading into this city from the
north, haited the robbers who wore
speeding in a seven passenger autono
bile on one of the thoroughfares, killed
one of them, took the other two pris
one's in a pitched battle and recover'ed
the loot. In the battle Patrohlan 0.
1,. llendrix of Roanoke, was slightly
wounded. The men undeir ariest gave
their names as: Charles Carter, 10,
Cincinnati, Ohio; and William Porter,
-i, Of IWashingt.on, D. C.
Chief of Police ligney enpressed the
belief tonight that the trio is responi
ible for robberiles recently in North
Carolina, Georgia, Virginia and Ten
At the local morgue tonght $200 was
found sclved ill Rodgers' Coat and
$250 in the lning of his underwear.
Most of the loot, whilc included small
11toniIts of jewelry as well as Liberty
bonds and curreney, was found in a
barracks bag. Carter ( and Porter at
the loval jail declined to talk, othi'
than to gh.e what they said were their
nam3es and .addiesses. According to
tle police tieir accents indieate that.
they are soitheiliners.
Accoidingf" to lPesideti Vatglan of
the Clasgew lank, tlhe robbery be
("title known shortly after 2 o'clock
this m1toring, whenl an explosion oC
Cui rred in the institution. Examination
Alowed that the vault had beeni enker
ed and the contents rifled. An alarm
himeilliately awas sent to Inclxlunan3 the
le'Xt town north of Glasgow. Word
carn back that an autom1obi ". goig
about vixty miles an hour'" had just
gone through the town, and Roanoke
!m3lic((' were thent nlotiield.
The local police imimtediately took
steps to tmeet. tle Iicoiing aii tomtobile
on any o3e0 oi the three roads huiding
into the city from the nothI. I 1pon3
each road a car was placed lengthwise
to block the progress of the alleged
bandits. On the HIolhins road whore
the pitched battle occurrted, the police
patrol in cha1.1rge of 'Motorcycle Ofilcer
Robertson ant Patro1ien B3tler' and
llen,drix, was placed across the road a
mile and hal' out of the city, .about
.1. m., wheore lte oflicerp calilly
A feow linutiest passed, according(.3! to
the oflicers', wh3ent theelmtg of ai
autm0113ob le, apparently coming at a
i ltrrtie wlJ l, w ht ; le:: d. 1'rCesently
tho car appeared over. the br1w1o a
hL. vra. hidred feet awa'.vi. At
Ilm : e- 11 nw- O.. icer -b:t -tttn
er1 li "al. " T e ar t l p di ,
Ik 31 an~. It' . Thej -ari .2Ia
ited tie other' twot occupanitts ; bne:th
it. One of the alleged hianits llred(
sevtral tunes after bei ng I ih3(u '/aJ- 1
It relieves stomach tiiery, sour sttomn=
ach, beidhing and all stomnch diseas
or money back. Large bos: of tablets
'i all dr'uggists in all towns.
AIHiIOIIS HAD) iIREATiI
And Breath is Usually -tIte Result of
IDJupropler Ateloun of thle Digestlve
'Over-eating and lack of care of the
body natutral ly congests t he stomacwh
1(nd( other dIgestive organis. To over
work thtem moans to abuose thtetm. 'Te
intutral tesuilt is anI acctlumulatlon otf
iOns511 thtat poluItt the s toysteml and
>rtoducee foul antd illsmoelling gasses,
commnony known as hadl breatht.
Nothitng s miotre repulsive and( (dis
';ust ing. It in the fleist ind(icattion oif
an unhtealthy body. At the fIrust sign,
fortify yourself against it.
'Try iHardraS. A scientific ptepar'a
113)n of meitdleinal roots and( herb1) COin
talinug no0 alc(ohtol, esplall1t1y su3ited
for the Invigoratling or thte organs of
(ilgestl(n and3 asshillation. A table
Hio30nfu33 before each meal will invIg
orate the glantds of the stomacht, liver
ind k idneiys, impr)3ove' the dilgestotn a1113
puitfy the bloodI. Mere laxatIves (d0
11ot go far, enough. A 1pro1per use' of
hbis treatmelnt wIll give you a sweet
pure breath. All dcaler's atid jobbers.
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* EDEN *
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r#deii, Nov. 23.-The .Ladies' Imi
proveniclt Association of IlMen school
will serve a turkey dinner at the Eden
schoolhouse on Thanksgiving day.
Everybody is cordially Invited to come.
The following menu will be served:
Chicken Salad Gravy
Cranberry Sauce, Macaroni and Cheese
.Mrs. Charlotte 11iil and Aliss Sudie
(Gray visited at the home of Mr. 1. \V.
Oi 'I'lu ay afternoon the 1-Eden
tecelirs organmized I a lteranry societ.y at
teachers organized a literary society at
CrS were eleteLd to serve for the
lrst tverll: l'residenlt, Nl. . Altol
Arnstroig; vice resident , :\is P*olly
WVham; sec ret ary-l reasu rer. .\l iss Fan
ie Mk la tbercombi; eii..\liss
Sarah \\'ham,; ilmarmais, 'Miria m
Voods and Nannie .\lrtinl. The ;o
(1ty Was ImIled for Joi ('. ( 'alhouns.
'Tie society chose the 44l iarnationl
for Its flower and garnet and1 1,obi Ior
Tle lden eallers, .\lisses a1llie
\\olff. 'ad111a ad Vera MkIdwinl
a(eoIri.fl-nied by MiFs Virgini.a Gray
!;l-enil Ihe week-enl inl Greeiville.
Quite I iiniiiiber of people from tihis
ceo(i)miuliy attendl ad e.jo ved tlhe
!phmy anl te wilight Slppl t Ilic4 i .
iory-Tiven on Sminda3 nigh.
I"'ar . If 1. lleeve..: \. llr ks
H1. W . and( It. :\l. Gray . n el aft . yin
trip to GrIeevil lev saltldrf atermo
.r. and .\Irs. 1'. It. lirook.si , o -
1Sundiia3y with the foriIers mItI , .\ly...
On1 'iiiemloy ilight ser ies of ',' ini
will bevgin at tli .hvrb i'h1I r
.1. S. D ill of (;reenv i i i -. , ol
the14 preachinig. D)r. Diill 1i " ren~o-..
ando intlenltial1 ipreacher.1 aind we :11p
eXpe Icting a ;rea Imieeting*.
FAI UIN' 'NiON IIA;I\NG
STI (I h E TO ('O3MBAT DE yLdrITIO
Nai olile Call Seint Oul ly Nij ioijil
oilomi, for Strike b4y Prodeliers of
Jalsas City .\lo., Nov. 18. -\- Iia
tion-wide producers' strike to co1b11
Ilie fall ing prices of, fa rmli prodiuicts
was urged il .1 call se(n41t oit today by
the National Farimers' lnion to its
lor-a ti iois throughon I lie couoLintry.
The (all. in the form of a1 resoluition
adopted at. the national onvniltionl of,
the or' ain ization 1 here went forward
to ofaties of loalbr.:ilches of till.
organilization,. whichl revprsenit produev
!vrs of graini, cottoll, wvool 111(1 1ire
stilck, said to 1nu11her S00,0111.
The irp sel striko was urgo- ill
'Oluiif a lt' i in f h! at 1101 Ce' 0Iim v4 ) io
vonsith1,-red a n rn l d lain i
ria42 of farm3 product.;l , throu)gh< V-h I
it u\ s :J rtell ".-\ erie~m lr)nh r'.
4;: he b n Ii >[4 d or'( o ne0) hill ion dIel.
I, 's i e u e vl'o -n'u t o
1 t 1 ia n.! - ~ J ,,
3 0 4 ji a4 . - 44 ay obtain3* '3 ju t .
uirns3 for .o rl b r -n n et et ,
Ii anlothe2 .reIoltio aO I i.roved by thle
Ofliclala ofI thei or'gan I',,?t Ion p)11 tel
Aiit that lI.embers Were not- under 11
.ikgatlon to obey t&,e te,nis of the
atri~ike, hut expr3Cssedl the :t)hief tha t
,iurh a mlovemen1t woould lhe -eetive.
A conlferen('e of itCeetn1.tiv'es of
all kimers' org-aniza-tions of the cohln..
trym was called'A to meet Lu .tAq Ifois
Decembiter 16, to ('onsidler the( creatIon
of it national farm manrke'ting lanird.
Charles S. flarrett, of U.Uj(Tu .City,
Ga., who has servedl for I5 yea~ as
piresident of thie unIon, was re-.ct'ltea(
The Cameol's Foot.
mn44 Pr"'hly 143'well adapt fled to) thel
er4'l arni 14 ones 44) olver whleth it IS
'"nstatl, ly walkinig. D~uring a sIngie
1411urn ey iihrloiigh thei Saharas. hiorxs
nil; wornEi'i 'ont iiiree 54ets of shioes,
wile thei enmuejj's feet were not even
"There is one thline t~whleh) provep
plainly K(lug Cha~irie.s I of I~incl wasi
not the iuni fori the~ piace." "\Vhal~t
A lii Ilti(lANE~(H OF IIIAMA!
A~E G Ill" P' ASSION
"OUTi 01" TliE NT~il M"
Paintmng on Spider's Web.
I u i IiX oi JSPider Web Is done In
N-waIy aIId the pictures are framed
like 11ny other drnwing. The webs em
played whIch are of a very dense
wenve are found only in few localitieS
difflicult of access, and the supply of
them Is limited.
The One, Absorbing Topic.
The reaso soine people dIoi't talk
more than they do is that1I they can't
1tink of anything else to say about
Speaking of Names.
We learn (hat a yonig wolmail of De.
trott rejoices In or deplores the name
of Eurn Case; but speaking of singular
monikers it would be pretty hard to
beat thint of a nefro youngster in Ala
barna, Reguspatoff (Reg. U. S. Pat.
Off.) Johnson.-Boston Transcript.
Penalty of Conceit.
i Ats of faitres enn be traced to
the bellef that other people iare not
quite so smart as we are.-New Haven
Louise spent purt of the suiurnist
with a nervous aunt, whoin the doctor
told to rest and reln several thies
daily. After Louise's return hone .ito
heard her mother complain of a nerv
ous hendache. She saId. "Mamima. I
can tell you how to get rid of nerves
'n'vrything. Relapse and keep at it."
A liITiICANE OF ])]RAM.!
A G.ALE OF PASSION!
"God is Our Refuge
We Never Needed to Know
This More Than Today
ARE YOU IN TROUBLE?
ARE YOU WEAK?
COME TO0 HIM
Every Baptist Church in Laurens County will have
services every night- from today through December 5th.
Are you a Christian? Then help publish the name
of Christ for these two weeks.
Are you lost? Come and find the way of life.
. AT THE FIRST CHURCH, LAURENS
DR. B. B. BAILEY WILL PREACH
AND J. W. JELKS WILL SING
Reese Form. ula R-l1 Is OSES G
Result of Physician's
i ~ IN HlOSPIT.AL.
Experioment on H-imself
Tul 2 r 'ii . 1r .V es-Tagi
B:. komh 1.;\:- 1,unii '"" *," 1I 0E'I
I w . :wiy t.ha-' emist 4 r. . . t
- i j 'in-rf, '- i1 wo4( riel 1 b r4i, h Alll 44 in it
T l le e or ula t6 1 .\' hep ai~i - 1 bv" a led Th1 " 11 1 r n clch1oj14 h - Nc i e.11 .
e !:v'd 011!, Ii4 tala-' his; ol. ( caise.. o al: they hav44o enhi i ( If i t [ i' Ijy : iill .
The greatest ;Sl'cialist (If the oll ntr I t was first i - Ift int41duced. 0uIlilyI , sh,, 441 ; 2 '. i I l 1n.
had told Ib'r Ifl - \'. S n i m.) hto Anyo $ntefring fr nt (lio ire.' o f - I di -ij ' e' . 1 1 2l' . lII(Is
was too far gone. That w\v - nnt t t \ he above named allen not aIfford 01 lin"'"il al 'o% rpunds
ya o.Tay Ile dls not h.Vc :, to 1tIl off gettig .1 bottle oday. A poin u i am t oght. l
ysying m of stomach, aivo Tor, kit. I trial w ill absolutely convice yo . D g anig Ify I er weight."
trol 1e, and at the age of sevtity-fou.' not suffer neelisiy any' lnr. 'l( ,is (4 ack acige-$I,
weighs forty pounds more than he did If there is alny flrthllr information t11n11'4'()ll$1less, rlielnila tim11, bac'ka chi ,
t fifty. le In as active as a hoJy. yon desire concernitig your vase it l1ut)bgo, u stomach, hthurn. r
Never- has any scieist had a ibt ter 'vill b4 gladly fll'Ished if yoll write nary, kidney or liver troules of any
subject. to experiment on thanl did ). the mednical Iepartment of 'ihlle Itese kind will do e(Itll to get a ittle of
Revese. To beginl With he( had the unlited rInu1111a CO., 111ui1ting.ton, WV. Va. The fleese lPormula t--l I today.
.opiliun of great specialisjts that his - --- -
.case .wax an extreme one and was in- -
ceirabie. Therefore, lie kntew thalt any- C
tki=ng that would relieve him would beCONFINED TO BED FOR SIX
of 1ttold aviue to the world.
doetorkl feeliamg ax one trlamet aft . MOTNHS WITH RHEUMATISM
r alotherl failed to give him the ,light.
est relief. Fi nailly he arrived a1 t 5r w
comination o' drugs that se'eli to RELIEVED BY FORMULA R- I
help him. With this encouragemnent
Il)r. Rleuse set about eliminating some
Ingredients and adding others, always .i Calihi SIevils Wis Pin' on tiier gd for (1 s mns. fI t.\ t
taking those various improved form '1 e.' F i. ailt I Tk i n I'Iv 11(11.44% lad e ' tely f -il('d to ( t n o1rt4
lis Ulntil at, last lie hit lipon a 'ollbila- gf Woye'Ifl 'emedI All ioigli I (Ta miteiy fai (lWed t r giv m i
tion that hengn to work like magi( up- ne h i Ia m n ho the -'
on him and In less than six monits h 1101 ('0111d 111111 11er No ll' i .f. fte imshI t saton ho1
was in it normal pliysical condition and ---. go w btirs 14 1' Iitat Ill as a
has remailled so for the past twenty .\iss Callie S tehns, who lives att hait i 1111 ii vel antI 1 fe 44r
yeal's or Ilore. I-Avvenh sind I'orraline streets, Iron- In vvery relsp-ct. I\-,il o 1C 11110
It Is this Ii 'rfected folltla tht1t . 1 >r. loll, Ohio, was a victim of heitiatil T lT lese I lol l It - I Ilellse it Ila,;
lie'se now, iA l2laing on Ie iarkt in its worS' form. Sihie wag Conitled w4'or'ked wonders ill iy 'a v aft ha Iill
nIdler the name of The Reese Formula lo it-' hoed for six ionths with doctors giv 11u hope aio(.
it-11, and whilh is rerating such a :n attendance gilt without revinIts. If you iffr riii 1l4'41l1':i'1 , ijld
,Pensmal t in this lity and all oher th After takilng two bottles of ' The I o I), I 11 'oI I vs , I jj ilet I Ine,-.
rointry, heraluse of its great Imerit. ormula It-tI she was ia le It) Illav 0' 40:111011, livil a ;lftV
There ar cases eveyvlhere wliere the her g'd and gt a.,out. the hoise owher lumbag1, or :tmah ii r io
Re-e' I.olrmiu R1 It- H ill aAl('omplihed ' he Still co n to pro'v. 'olb-vs ni !!ny form gl hot (
f4 iil rs who hfadl givenl un ho . 1 IIsg Cal li 141 w ho live'.. at The l2213' 1or l l1 a R- I I 1424-ai
jull' exlactly wha1:t it um mn IIr. liRou.se ; I'. . ri with sev (vr 'I.. il m . lia'! hqa. o m W
own i ca.W. rm no l ibs a wafs. ( onlinled to mvy n a(. i ...