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Fire and burglar proof vaults and stacks of gold in
ths United States Federal Reserve Banks make your
money safe when it is in our bank.
,We shall be glad to have you come in and talk busi
ness with us. When you want financial advice come
in and consult us. It will be a pleasure to serve you.
We add 4 per cent. interest.
Make OUR bank YOUR bank.
The Enterprise National Bank
N. B. DIAL, President C. H. ROPER, Cashier
Charleston, Miss.-Mrs. R. V. Heins, of this place,
says: "I have never had to use very much medicine,
because if I felt headache, dizziness, or colds, bad taste
in the mouth, which comes from torpid liver, I would
take a dose or more of Black-Draught, and it would
straighten me out and make me feel as good as new.
We have used in our family for years
and it certainly is the best liver medicine I ever saw.
It has not only saved m money, it has helped keep my
system in shape, and has never weakened mue as so
miany physics do. I recommend it to my friends and am
glad to do so." Black-Draught is the old, reliable liver
* medicine which you have doubtless heard muich about.
When you feel badly all over, stomach not right, bad
edtst l r ma outh, bilious,Ao a ve I ua hecadache, try
Always Insist on the Genuine!
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Top Builders in South Carolina
Send us your work and get the
best work that can be done.
Prices on Request--n-All Work Guaranteed
We do 85 per cent. of the work
in Greenville, and we want the
business of L.aurens.
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Phone 254 Greenville, S. C.
NO MONEY lBUtIED
FAR FROM HOM1E
Mrs. Bergdoll's Gold Near Philadel.
phh11t. Tells of Nor Mission.
'Washington, May 13.-Not one dol
lar of the $105,000 .in gold obtained
front the treasury was put in a pot
fo-r but'ial in the mountains, Mirs.
Emm11111a C. Bergdoll of 'Pliladelpila, tes
tifled today before a house committee
investigatihg the escape of Grover
Cleveland Bergdoll, her slacker son.
A-gain picking Ip the trail of the
treasure the Committee found and
then lost it, for Mrs. Bergdoll frank
ly declared that she had bit ned It
somewhere around Phll i ladel ph ia, that
nobody else knew the spot, and that
it was just where she placed it near
ly two years ago. The diaft dodger's
mother was iposilive In the statement
that she iever took it to Hlagerstown,
Md . where it was supposed to be.
I %tgeoll I'was teleased froni prisoin uin
'!' . military giiard to attempt the Ie
co1y of this gold eache.
,Intending to elear up some of th
kinks ni the testi mony the investi
1aitors got into others, one of which
concerned tle woian's dhelaration
that Lieut. lir'ucte Campbell, wh-!o ho
taken part by direetioni of1 tle mutihi
tary aut holities In tile coirit martial
of Hrgdoll. had suzgesteid that form
er .1tudge .ohn W. Wescott of New .1er
soy be kept in tle hack-grou id as onie
of the defense lawyers. At the sani
ile she entified, however, she did not
regard the jutdge as one of (irover's
counsel, who, with doctors and others,
had cost huer P 1wards of $30.000 Since
Answerintg anl appeal for li, alr;.
liergdoll deelared that less than i a
w'eek ago she had sent Grover w'who Is
in (eraniay, $10,000.
"What in Girover's intent.ion about
staying lin Gernany?" Judge .1ohn1 11.
Sherbo Pine, counsel for the conniit
tee, asked, and Mrs. Bergdoll's eyes
"As soon as tle artistice is signed
ie In coiig loie," and tle laughter
In giving a detailed account of
two trips to Washington for tle gold
and returning with it to h'liladel phia
while James Mi. Romig, a former po
lico magistrate, drove tle car, 'MIs.
tergdoll denied that she was acting
for her son, that she had seen any
lawyers at Washington, or that she
intended 'burying it in Maiyland.
"It was mine, to do with as I
pleased," she said. "Nobody can find
it, and Grtover didn't get any of it
not a nickel."
The woman's testinony was not pat
ticularly enlightening to the commit
tee, except on tle point that tle gold
withdriwal was not for her son's ac
LANFORD STATION *
downlpour of iralin hreven ted thie pro
posed ieniI at thie C en tralI school last
F'rhday anid cautsedI much( . dhnispint -
menit to a large crowd of interested pa
trons anid fr'ienids of thie schuool. Th'is
closes aL v'ery successful school (erm.
Mirs. 3M. W. lowvler anid .\hIss Penarie
ltawllinsoni wetre int charge and are
mutch loved by 1)0th puitls anid p~atro,.
Th'le children01 have advanced wonider
fitlly. Mlis Kathileeni Pitlleiy woti t he
schiolar'slhip to Winuthr top college for
the shiort courise of gir'ls club wvork
whIch will begin the first week in
Mir. andi( Mtrs. JT. B1. Cooley are here
for a few dhays and ate anitici pating a
visit to Knwoxville, TPenn., and fr'omi
there to Washintigton atid Now. York,
before their r'etiurn to thle Phlilitplin en.
Mtrs. Othll o P'aynte, of Greenw~ood,
who sment a few days withl relatIves
hetre last wveek, has ret urtied to hiet'
work as D~eputy C'lerk of Courit, of
(irteen woodl couty(, in (lie otilce of .\tr.
(I. L. VeldellI. She has made a reput(a
(toon of accur'acy and efiliency in thIs
capacity. Wo are always 'glad whien
0our y'oung peole make good.
Mrs. Adatms and chIldren, and Mr's.
Nannie Cox, of 'Founttain Innt, were
guests of Mtr. and .\lr1s. J1. R. Patterson
.\r. Loutie Lanford, a student at Fiur
man iiversity, npett thle week-end
wi'th his mothiet', .Mlrs. IEthel Lanford.
Misses Jenie Buiirgess and Pearle
R~avl insoni left .\onday fotr(i thei otie
itn Mann intg, miuelt (o (lie regtret of
liheir maniy frlinds hiere. It is hoped
that they will r etiirn some t liie and
be4: ipermantenit residlents.
Mir. L. M. Caninon, MIss Nora C'an non,
Mrs. C. L. Waldreiu and famiily, Misses
Burgess and Rlawlinsoni attendled the
Children's D~ay exeircises at lltamlett's
chutrch 1st Suntday and( r'ep)ort a de
PresidIng 10lder S. 10. JTones visIted
mionembes of hIs clhuirch and1 spent Sat
uirday night. with Mr. and Mrs. C. La.
Mir. and~ Mr's. Oscar Haines, of Lau
rens, spent Stunday wvith Mr. and Mtrs.
'InvitatIons to attendl Wofford Col
lege commencement have been in..
ceived from Mr. Robert Yates Waldrep,
a member' of the senior class.
Ir. Jaines laniford Flerin'ig is a
iiember of the graduating class of S.
C. University, in Colunbia. .\lr. a)(
lrs. J. M. Fleming are planninlog to at
tenld tle comnienceieit exercises of
that iistitution. We are nrouid of
our young graduates and extend to
theii oli con)gratiulations.
'T'le itural Iinprovernent As.vociation
will imieet at the school holuse iext Fr.
dlay afternooni at 3:30. All are es
Vecially irged to be plresit.
The Wo1nan's .l issionary meeting
vill niet. Satu rday afternoon at the
Ba p11ist church. It Is very Important
that all nemhers be present to assist
inl plans for Childien's Day.
Rev. J. W. Watts will preach Su nday
a fternoon at the Baptist chulrelh and
R1ev. Itobertsoni will preach inl the
niorning at the Mlethodist chillicl. v
31AK'ES NEW REECOM11
31a(es Oe li ul dred ind Nhinely-Nine
Loops fin Shlutre Flithti.
Mlincola, N. Y., 1ay 15.- ..liss T11 a
ltromnwell, 2: year old aviatrix, today
broke Iihe World's loop the loop record
for her sex wheln her plane,. start!ing
at the height of ,00 feet. ipe irfortlest
I!in comiiplct loops before landiig. ith
light took place at 'urtis Field. .\Iiss
HIroimvl wore (he uniform of a lieuii
eiiant in the New Yoik aerial police
depart meit.. Last year she (e-tablisheod
a recorld of SN loops din a sinigle
flight. Iler entire 1liht today conl
stimed oie houir and 20 min utes.
''le exhibition iwas pait of an aerial
oi rcis given hefrore a criowd of severial
"11s Pass Up All Other Food For
Oiie Meai of IAT-SNAl"'
Their first meal of IA'T-SNAP Is
their last. Kills In few mil nutes. Dri eg
ip the carcass. flats killed with RAiT
SNAP leave no odor. ILAT-SNA P omes
in cake form. Break into small Ipiec
Cs. leave where rats travel. No mixing
with other food. Cats or dogs won't
touch It. Safest, cleanest, surest rat.
and mice killer. Three sizes, 35c, 65c,
$1.25. Sold and guarmnteed by Lau
rens Har'dware Co., Piit.nami Drug Store
and C. E. Keinedy & Soin.
J. C. Burns & Co. sells same goods
for less money all the tlio.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE (Tablets.) It
stops the Cough and Headache and works off the
Cold. E. W. GROVE'S signature on each box. 30c.
SOUTH CAROLINA'S 4
1571 AUiBES OF1 LANID. VALI'
Agriculture, (Seven Mlajors)
Ch'lemiica Il 0nginecin ig.
1llect rIcal I 1ng inecering.
.\Iechanica Il 1ngi neein g.
Tiex tile Inodust fy.
SIIOIl'T ('OF ISES
A gricu ltuiral1.
Te'x tIle Induistry.
Juneim 13--,muly 23
C'ot ton Graders.
IteimovalI of ntria nce ConditIons.
Agricultural Cluib Hoys.
It. 0. TI. '.-Cleamson is a memlb
II. 0. TI. ('. studoents receive tIn
$200 per' year durIng the junIor a:
'"After Everv Meal"
Get thrice-daily benefit froti,
this low-cost aid -to
appetite and d1icston
It keeps teth white
The Flavor Lasts
"Made in Tampa"
rn 10 Cents to 3 For 50 Cents
P-CLA RDY Co.
butors Greenville, S. C.
Q0LLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND AGRICULTURE
W. M. RIGGS, President
E: PLA NT! OV F Rlht ,,H00. E:N U (),I.. FENT 19II19.'2p, loi, 1. OP iI
I) 1'ND)El STItIC("' MI L~I'A ItY 11t! 1,! N F.
VA lUE OF A TE'C(II N IA L IOIUSI'ANiEXMI
A technIcolaI eductatlion is the bes t (01lz maitt s(ie IIti
inusurantce against harP ltnes. la t evnyfnry a etir
carning Capiacity, it nmay eqiual an s t t h gfti ia it Is
estate of $50l,(t00. i'I It ntraintedi tle (ore.~ 'ei sloast
are~ the positions of ov~ety andtt ob-ttas ~lt Ilia %X~'t
selurity. itt 1~) Ct tto ttttint
Timnes are hard int Mouth (Caro-taivoe tetutYa
lina, butt the cost of' attniducaijtin slf - w lit: i i ~
at C'lemusoni (oliege is etotiparativt~e- Ot erAriilitl(ots
ly low,-sumleient ly low It) be '.iith- is'sht~uli, t' wtt t$l
tin the trachit t of t a ambiitioushis tWtt by eiitii
paiytment by thet' tited S-tatets Gov-.eti 'tuv St'~ l itei i'lt
ertnment to 1H. 0. T. C'. studenctts, alit on tti 5t. I is elt
still furthetr redutce the (ost. tttwiie oItlt th 1'les
li'0 noet allow the fintancial tdim.. ti tiijs
etie~s to) keep you fromtt entering (rti treatittiln tsn
ctllegte this fall to treparet yourItt-at ii'otty ta Aiih gi tto
self fotr the opportuitnithb's t hat l it'oe Wl) i i tt tiiylg f
ahead. ~T'he o llehi e ai t in nett n. .
e t o tie en ot (Iiv s onof heH shi in vt the Ar ltura and (' T ex
and $'tefrttut (1n apporione
thReCLMS OLEE S.a ArClua. ore
WIt E 'OSI)IIIJ)IN 'Ieac O ounty HuVI inenden f .