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habitual Constipation Cured
In 14 to 21 Days
"LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" Is a specially
prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitual
Constipation. It relieves promptly but
should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days
to induce regular action. It Stimulates and
Regulates o Very Pleasant to Take. 60c
Lim -is a [ordev .vhen the body
is roc.kel v;i in. Everything
worr~ es . vicnimn ,bomes
dest" ~ ~,ownhearted. To
Ur:.n - , ne tae
The onr td for over
200 y1ea pains ro
sultin~ i -cad ur6C acid
Purify With It?
Depend on Red
Devil Lye to do
even more than
prevent bad smells
i in outhouse or
toilet. It purifies
the place where
it is used... Kills
germs, dries up
filth, destroys fly
.eggs before they
1101;.hatch. Keep a
can handy and
stop smells where
1ED DEVIL LrE
Sure is Sirozzg/
V/Nt. SCHIELD MFG. CO.
ST. LOUIS. MO.. U). S. A.
h Wondes for Me,"
Declares This Lady.
S"I suffered for a Iong
time with womanly weak
ness,'' says Mrs. j. R
Simpson, of 57 Spruce
SSt., Asheville, N. C. " I
finally got to the place
where it was an~ effort for
me to go. I would have
bearing-down pains In
- my side and back - es
~pecially severe across my '
b~back, and down in my
side there was a great
deal of BOrtness. I was
nervous and easily Clp.
The Woman's Tonic
"I heard of Cardul and
Sdecided to use It," con
tinues Mrs. Simpson. "I q
saw shortly It was bene
fiting me, so I kept It up
S and it did wonders for
me. And since then I
Shave been glad to praise
Cardui. It Is the best ~
woman's tonic made/
Weak women needa
tonic. Thousands and
S thousands, like Mrs.
Simpson, have found
SCardul of benefit to-them.
TyCardul for yourtru
ASKED TO PROBIE UMOR
OF PELLAGtA EPIDEMIC
Reports of "ScmiFaihe" Following
Depressed JMarket Conditions In
South Cause President. to Order Or
ingizations to Begin Iteiedal
Washington, July 25.-Alarmed at
reports of a threatened "seini-faiine"
coupled with an cpidemic of pellagra
in a large section of the southern cot
ton helt, President J larding today re
(iuested both the public health service
an( the Ameriican Red Cross to make
immiiiiediate investigAtion and report
what could be done by the fedemal
governiimiienit to relieve the situnation.
The fullest cooperation of all fed
L'ral agenoles in the relief measures
was promised by the Piesident, who
leelalred that if found necessary. Con
grss woul be asked to pass special
legislation. lie urged that no time be
lost inl ascertaining tihe actltI conuli
tins antd applyinig to them anl elfec
The thieat of "famine and iplague,"
the president wrote to tle health ser
ice and tile Red Cross, seemed to
arise from the fact that depressed
markets made it itipossible for the
people oft a large section of the south
Lt sell their stocks of cotton. The re
.ilIting shortage of money, he said, ap
paiently had deprived many thousands
if the v:triety of food necessary to
ward off pellagra.
The pr'esident, in his letter .to Su r
geoi General Cummings, said:
"I have been grteatly colcernield to
note the public statement from the
pi ulic health service as to the ineneac
of pellagra and condition of at least
semi-famine in a large section of -the
cotton belt. That such a iicondition is
obviously a tetmpor-ary incident to the
economic dislocation following tIhe
war, can not lessen our concern.
Pamine and plague are words almost
forvi n to our American vocahulary
save as we have lear'ne(l their mean
ing in connection with the afflictl on
of lands less favored, and towaII
which (ar people have so mny Itme
displayed large and generous hliuity.
"I 11mdiate and effective maue
of aieloriation are manifestly dc
mianled if conditions even approxi
Iate tle grtavity suggested by tho IIpi -
lic lealth report. It is titnitinkl'le
that we should delay fotr a single day
the iWtitut.on of such li asures.
Therefor-e, I am writing to ask you for
thi( most coiplete possible reporIt
t'.at can be made at once--provided
there is anything to add to wniat you
already have made public--and es
specially for suggestion of proper
lleasriies to deal With tle situation.
"I attm also writing to Dr. livi ng
stolne Farand, head of ite AmtuericanI
Red Crioss, inl t[le satme tIenor., and
suggesting that co-operlation betweent
his or~ganization and your own mi;ght
he lelpifutil, tainug ill iind the n.'ed
fot haste inl iahing a full rivey, ad
in planinitg telief IIcasires. I whb
you hoth to tie tsstired of tmy co-op
craitionl and ofr all aid that canl a1Ppro
pr-iately he given thrloulgh the( e xecu
tive( departmen101ts. and to knlow thatl 11
full informtini abot thei( s :ittiont
shalt miake app.artcit that legi..T
shointg lhe lpr'.:uttred toi a(sk thie ie
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L A N(GSTON N INS
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L ang stoni, .1 uly .i. -Th1 le Suon-'Iay
School at t1,angstoni is doingt nicely
no0witfl' un'e its eflicienit sup lern tendent~
Mmr. Niles (',ar'ke.
Cr'ops iln these parts are look inmv a
little biad, especially early corn. (in
fecounat of the r'ecent drtoutth,.
Mirs. Paul Abercr'ombie and dattgh
ters sipent We'dne'tsday after'noon with
[tie for'lmrs sister', Mrs. Otto Garrett.
Miss Maude Poole visited homnefolks
'Miss Mattie Sloan underw~ent a very
seriotus operation at the C~olutmbia hios
pital recently, but is doing nicely at
Mrs. Isabelle Garr'ett spient last
week with Mr's. M. 0. Clark.
Mt's. Will -Potole, Miss 'Lila Clar'k
and others were shtopper's in laurents
Messrs. iLloyd anid C'allie Poole visi
ted Mri . Walter' Clatrdy Satuiirday and
Miss Margaret Donnan spenit a (lay
or' two with Edith Cgotier last week.
Mrs. R. L. ilollandI, whto has been
oni the sick list for' the past few
mlnt hs , was in her' aceiustomed tilace
at c'huriich Siundcay. We are gladc to
see hei' so nmuch inmprov'ed.
"'Autnt Mat'y'' I)onmnan is vi.4iting at
the hiome of Iher' dlaughte~'r, Mirs. Molitlie
Garrett. This is the flrst time ' Aut
Mariy'' has been a way from heir homie
in six years, owing to 1her adlvaiced
We ari' looking foi'wat'd to thIie "'hrme
-ci nin'' at TA n gston on niext Sundai~y,
.Jtly 31st. Everyhody come and don't
foriget to1 brilng your w' I -fill ed hiask'ts.
Piles Cured'-in 6 to 14 Days
--egalett refund money il PAZO OIINTMEN4t'aff
.mlohinrg, fi 1, Picedting or Prog'udioit) i i"e
. ~ . t,.iv'4 h1-ttrm I:m~, not von een e'
PLOT TO SMUGGLE
CHINEEJ INTO U. 8.
BARLED BY CAPTAIN
Pensacola, Fla., July 25.-Captain
Hugo WVentsel, alias Mentcal, of the
auxillary schooner Viola which went
ashore and was burned about,20 miles
from St. Andrews, Florida, last Thurs
day, .today made a confession to Unl
ted States District Attorney John L.
Neeley, according to an announcement
by Mr. .Necley tonight. Wentsel is in
fall at 'Do Funiak Springs, Florida, and
was interviewed there today by Colonel
According to Mr. Neeley, Captain
Weitiell said Sam Yuen of 5335 Clark
Streett Chicago, was sole instigator of
tl' plan to bring the Chiinese into the
United States and .lack O'Leary, of
Pensacola, owner (of tile schooner was
dou ble-crossed in the dell.
The alleged confession clears
O'Leary of the charge of smugigling
the Chinese, Wentsel saying that itce
took over the \'iola at lavana. The
'hieii(se were taken aboaird after the
selooner had cleared and had sailed,
a retuin trip being made to tile dock
if the llavana Coal Conpany to pick
uit, the 'hinese. Wentsel Is saId to
have told Distiiet Attorney Nve'ley
that lie liId charge of tle schoon -
is ('are-taker and was not althor':zedl
by O'Lary to make the trip. lie
made the tri, lie is alleged to have
said, becausr' lie was to Ie well paid
by Yuen, and expected to rttun to
I iavan:t withoiut the knowledge of the
VOY'yage i'eac hing O'Leary.
Whlen Yuien's mant at 'ensacola, Who
was ttiiknown to Wentsel. tailed to an
swer the signals miade by tle Viola,
Mr. Neeley said the confession con
i tiied, Wtntsel decided to beach the
s'hooner aid set the Chincse ashore
wIth I ist rictionls to ea:'e if possible
lit if (aptured to -.y that they had
beent forced to land becalse of thfe
storm and not because their destina
tion was an Ameri'all port. Their I
ign(oranc'e ('11' the p!ns C: Ired the'
selmiie to : ao istray a(c(or(inlg to the
district attorniiey's announcement. Ac
cordi'ing to the information here to
n :glht Wentsel's confession Was not
.Aignevd bu1lt was witnessed by 'Sheriff
Bell of Walton coiuity, taind Wentsel I
saih to have agreed to name all the
pIirsons implicated in the slugglin."
operations. Yuat n , Who iomade he trip
from ava na with th Cli nese' on the
'iola. i; in jail at .11e Fiu iak withi
\'entsel. The C'nl)ee :e held at St.
Andrews. 1"lorila. awvait:ngl, actiol by
the biureau of immigration.
* llUllMONY NEWS
iarmony, Jilly 2,.-- Indeed, it was
a great strprise to their 1imny1iv frienids
to learn of tle marriage of Mr. Alfri (
iliglies aid Miss Lilly Moore, Thurils
day afternoon, last. \li:;s .Mloore wV
'a charming yoting lady and a trained
nuise of Spa'talibtir'g, and Mr. lttigaies
is at prospelotts1- YOun. f'atier o:, A.\ .
lethel section. Miss \loore is 11le
daiughiter of .lrin. and .\lri'. Noaih Mbiure,
(if ielt'ens counlty3. Mrh. Ilushtes ., the
sonl ofi MrsP. b,. ii lies. W\e wi~ a to
uilationis. .\hLay their1(1 atway be
sItrewn with lowers.
Crops ini this communlttity are look
ing bietter' sintce tile show er's.
A\ pro'(tractedl meetintg sitarited at
I laitony chur chi Suntday morni'lta;,
Jluly 2ilh. it will hlst a wdek o: tii
lays. I'.ieybody is iniv it ed.
.\lilss Agnes Cook is just hack from
NorthI Caro11i na aftert spenidling a plea:;
anmt visi t w ith hert frieind, i iss; AtnS.e
M~liss lBlan C11(owa rd s: 'lt Sutnday
w ithi Miss Matmie -iteeves.
We wvere sorr'y to heat' of the deathl
of Mr's. J. A. Wood.
Jalias Annie Loui WVaker fr'om .Nth
Carolina, Is visiting Miss Agnes Cook.
Miss Lucy Reeves is at honie after
spendIing tw'o weeks at Siat'tanhur'g
with heri sister, Mrs. L. C. Daniel.
Mt's.'Willie Seibeirt fronm Greenwvood,
is visitinig in this cotimunity.
Miss Susan ilughes spent Saturday
with her sister, Mrs. J1. 'ii. Waisson,
A crowdl of yountg peopile enjoyed a
picnic above Greenville at Saluda Dam,
last Thtursdlay. Tfhose that went wecre
Misses (Grace a~nd Winnie Davis, Mr.
Dewey Stowart, .Miss Suisan -hughes,
Mr. Itaymtond Vatughna, 'Milses Grace
and h'ugenia Mtonroe, Mr. Edd ilentley,
Misses Besile and Mamie Rteevcs, Mir.
Lee0 Coward, Misses Tirzaht and Pauti
ine Illughes, Mr. Ihenry 'Ilalentine, Miss
Cornelia Machen, Mr. C. TI. 'Iughes,
MIss Bland Coward, Mr. llowar'd Car
lisle, Mr'. and Mt's. A. K. Hughes.
Mlornm at itoanioke
Rtoanmoke, Va., July 25.--More than
0110 thmousiandt telephiones are (out of
commissioni lonight as the result of aL
heavy rain, wind and hail storm that
struck the city ear'ly this afternoon,
inflicting damage to houses, gardens
and stocks of merchandise e'stimaltedl
at between $5,000J aiid $10,000. Several
basements In the loswer -btusiness sec
tit were floodled, COa~mpbeoll and Salem
avenumes being a foot under water in
Thousands of Pounds DImnage Has
JIe'jl Done Sister Ship of old Lusi.
Southampton, July 25.-Fire broke
out today in the first cabin of the
Mauretania, of the Cunard Line, als
ter ship of the old Lusflitatlia, and,
spreading raidly, developed into a
most serious conflagration. At eight
o'clock tonight, nuny hours after the
outbreak, the flames were still eatfirg
into the Interior of the great steam
ship, aId it was certain that the fire
fighters would he at work throughout
tie entiraC night.
The fire is sil:posed to lao ve orig
Inlated from - lighted cigarette drop
ped unon0 the carpet In the imaiii sa
loon, and it had made ve1'ry consider
alible headway before it was discov
In addit cn to th 1 ifre' brigades,
tues assid.-ed in the effort.. to save the
vesl(' . The f1 ieiiemen worked inder
great dil liititlesc from staginps siItr.
over tle ride, from which poits of
vantage they lprojeeted vast. (hu ant ities
of' water iirough the port holes iat u
the cabis. So great ;xas this vol..
111te tha't the lier. which was lying
at her deck, took a doagerous list to
t'arboarid. T anel nation of the
plllps, however. enaibled her to right
Thuls far tle first ela-is dining sa
loon aid all of the state rools; on the
Fi and D deck' have been burned ou.
Thle da ge i; estiatel at Ianiy
thoisands of poinds, and It Is said
it will take months to rcpair the
h'le QuinIne That' Does Not Affect
li(cause of Its tonic and laxative ef
feet, 1,AXA'I'Vi10 BRO.\O QIlNINE
19a'.b0lets ) enn h' taken 1 anyone
witlhout (va1lnig nervousnlesits or ring
ing ill the head. P. W. CROVE sig
nature on box. 30c.
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Clinton, S. C.
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All over the 'world People
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Any business that requires de
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Because its operating-economy
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The gasoline eonaumption Is unusually low
The tire mlleaje Is unusually high
asterby Motor Co.
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