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.No Wormns In a Healthy Child
Alichildren troubled with Worms have an un.
healthy color, which Indicates poor blood, and as *
rUle. there Is m'ore or I ess stomach distfrbance.
GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC given regu
larly for twoor three weeks.will enrich the blood.
'tinprove thedigestionand act as agencralStrength
ening Tontoto the whole system. Nature will then
throw off or dispe the worms,and thoCllld will be
Iniperfect health Pleasanttotake. operbottle.
The Car Everlasting
Ellis Motor Co.
Clinton, S, C.
The next time
you buy calomel
The purified and refined
calomel tablets that are
nausealess, safe and sure.
Medicinal virtues retain.
ed and improved. Sold
only in sealed packages.
Have you a Willard
Threaded Rubber Battery
in your car?
Then your battery judg
ment is backed by the best
brains in the automobile
Car builders who arc par
ticular about battery qual
ity specify the Willard
Threaded Rubber Battery.
Car buyers who are par
ticular about battery per
formance look for the red
Ask about Willard
Threaded Rubber Insula
tion whether you are in
the market for a new bat
tery or not. We give
authorized Willard Service.
New batteries - repairs
W. Laurens St.
A VISIT TO THE
By MISS KA
Student at Summer School folr Comir
The Adveitiser has received the fol
lowing account of a visit made to the
Mammoth Cave of Kentucky by a bau
ren's county girl, Miss Kate Wofford,
who, with Miss 'Lula IlAal, of this city,
is attending the Suimer School for
Commercial Teachers at .13owling
All of uts have heard a deal about
Kentucky, -its colonels, courtesy, its
beautifutl women, and a certain sub
stance, relegated by the Volstead act
to past glories, taken through a straw.
Preferably I believe it was prepared
by a faithful daiky who spoke with a
long "A", and laughed long and heart
Ily at the (oloniel's jokes, -as he sat on
the colonial porch of his patriarch ial
mansion. P rish the thought!
Kentucky may be of finer clay for
those who see her from a -distance, but
we have found the stjate at close qua.
ters of observation very much like the
rest of us. Like South Carolina, she
is a little shaky over finances, shabby
but not minding It very much, and
with finger 'nails a bit over soiled from
following after an oil boom. We hear
"Kentucky Home" sung practically ev
cry morning at the chapel hour with
all the fervor with which Kentucktanb
sing that song; and it struck me the
other day during the singing of it,
with the mercury h'anging around 100
dekgrees, that the author certainly knew
what he was talking about when he'
Sn mig ' th! suin shines bright,"---accent
on the last word!
Though South Oarolina lacks the
free press agents with which Ken
tucky has been lblessed It is my honest
opinion that we can .tally right up1) be
side her and never blink an eye lash.
And we go her one )etter on politics.
.She is, like Gaul, divided into three
parts, Democrats. Itepublicans, and a
third which switches with a balance
of power. Kentucky has, however, one
thilug which we Cannot claim along
with her hot weather, and oil, an2d the
jtilp through a straw---that is, her
It is of a -trip to this enve that I
Would write yot. Th1ie party was
made1(le up 1of threeq' I lluels folks, Luila
I)ial and I, and ILieut. Wofford, who
t opIed over for tite week-en1d onl his
way home fromu 'ort liley, Kutasa.
Our adv('2ul2I .-",:1t With t!. ris~ing
20un. 'The htty ile4s to the (ave was
. *u y auttontmbi. a iii our i driver
iv 2Vlt( smng froid vo(teerning l-'ords,
drme the whole way over a r'bble
2-tne r0a1 with a ree:is an(do
a111( 'nalt rdirg d for ilhe feelings
of his thlire' he'lpi(s pI:ssenge, who
thin ratn-rmekly to ()ne( an~othert
and o an Iori onl of tih \%ar . h
',vepro ile4. of s icurity, I woul lie
to writ at lenthil of tha ro l. Tle
diriver tillfo i -I its It t it' was his
w bie'i 'ved h ili : d thiat he ( bble
irre'v4- 121ent 41.i 1n(u 4 to sugg t ait this
lIoint 'hat it wais Ken'titreky~ ide,4(' no(
doubl~t, whicb cauisld it 2o be built ini
the fir pla(e 2in(rder to ie . lnty
of rattIle-i t0 thi' stage' ('oachL's, so that.
21l1 aliong th' roadt miight not1 miss3 the(
glor'y ofI the4 i:'ratitry3.
('d do(wnl a high lill anid a lonjg sweep4
0'2 treally goal~ road1( to thle hotil , whIichl
stomi1 flanked by~ trees' , whiitew.ashed,
sta..;es of lpreiar'ationls for the cv
triips. l''ort untately, we had ((ome2 pre2
14aredl withi bloomerls, 0 midde's andl
swe'(ater2S, so we did( not leed to1 we4ste
Itile renit tng ('ave costumeills for1 theI
t rp. '('onseiqtently, our11 liparatio1ns
wee sho31(4rt and1( we4 wIere aissigned22 to
the nine14 oi'clck tri'g No. I.
I wish I milghit intrtodue y'ou to1 (our
ais muany3 stalte(s nd as4 man11121y t yples (If
p in consilnlously3 aicro'ss the fronit oIf
her'tself in to thle ('ave, in1 site Io(f dark
ne'ss, so that non1c oIf tus might miss5
tihe fact2 (I t er membersh'3ip and1( of lot
self, to the "fleshy party wvithi the
plowder41 ilulff" as (412r taxI ('ah drliver' in
sisted2 242 upon 11alig the lady in < iues
(10on. At the( enitrance(( (of thle cave we
wer'e handed a lantern, a little advice,
and~ told to stantd still while 0222 11'
ture was bleing madle.
A-'fter that1 we2 be(took ourl2(Ive's downI'
theI( wide( ironlt stairwayl' throu41gh t h
ulockedl(' door12 oIf the( ('ave amll into( the
tiilels of undi~ergron p't lliasaiges of t1he
cave itself. We4 foundi~ the( ('ave1 de(2
lIjhtfully ('ool4 and1 the d1arkn~ess, lit bly
the inV' 2ke of' many14 4' lantorns3, be(came14
a ftienidly one14. Th le gtlide( assure u41 4
that 2no hiarmi conuild befaill uts if we
steps. A fter' that the pisychiology oI
the crlowd took enrei of the timid one
(of (4u1'r Lauren bu15~nch~ whio had1( ('om14
1(o the ('ave with many moisgivings, and
who hiad m1ade all itiltiat steps with
(141tlt -' 2 d 4'' p \i il(h
nercial Teachers, Bowling Green, Ky.
tives 'fail ne inl the description of tht
utter massiveness of the halls througi
which we ,walked, the height of thos
great underground passages, and the
depths -to which sudden freaks of ni.
ture had sent them. We were stoppel
once in order that the guide mi'ghl
throw a lighted torch to the top o.
one great dome and that all might fol
low it with our eyes 'as. it fell to tht
bottom-three hundred and fifty feel
he told us, tossing off the figures witi
a carelessness that was alarming .U
our earth of the earthy .minds 01
measuring six and seven feet.
The next point of interest ,was th4
'Scotchman's tra':, an interesting ar.
rangeenat of huge rocks towering di
rectly -over our heads. It boars it
name in honor of a canny Scotch-mar
who refused, many years ago, to risl
his life by passing under such rocks
.vidently much Scotch blood flower
through our party for ,all of its in.
stinctively tipped under and walket
lightly in spite of the fact that tin
rocks are piled lightly and were in,
nocent enough in -the piling. I coult
write further of many other interest
ing points to the trip--of Fat Man
Misery, where the Laturens trio, witi
its slenderness, went through easil)
enough, but not without our high llo
ments of hilatriousness as iwe inagine(
the squirm that nutst have necessarii1
coie wi-th the going through of somi
of our Laurens friends. whose namel
I shall not call, had -they been along
I could write also of the Great Relie
which followed the narrow stone pas
sages of the Fat Man's Misery, of th
Sahamt%% Desert, a length of unexplain
able stretch of sand, but I pass then
over that I may write more fully o
licho River and the cork-screw b!
1which we .wiggled, and I must confest
giggled, our way ottt of the oave.
Can you imagine a river deep enuougi
atlld wie enoigh to su'pport row boat:
containing thirty people flowing 351
feet un1dergrolnd, and with echoes .t<
it that reminded one of -the melody an<
triAgnilileint harimiy of great pipi
organs? h'lhe 1guar'd placed its carefulI
ly inl flat row) boats and rowed Ius, h
the aid of the Stonle ceiling and hi!
hnlilds to the place ihere the river i
tirely d itaipears deeper into the14 veIl
tu "oing ut it- iver e ( san; --o1(
fa"Ishioned Sou-thern Songls mlo,;tly, ".\I
W ii K ntucky Itolo " first, t I tribulte
to tile stakt .' ti who hhriui h a wonl
: er, "Carry .\Me 'lI to 0Oh1 l'igilia,
tIefl i ito e ho ol onie vI. 11thr0 it oti
'ariiansI uitl aied up a very bravet h111
w t reibii ' le 0i li 4 for 1 1(' ll" a0
l' l- t hve rv r the r:i1 tet of ou ti -i
. yet t lieilift i in I corkse r
wich ri'ts so'o Ib st on to d a il
down- yt\. the s ' m thod f aitly ak
:e t lim bin. to -et h 11y1 ti IOtit
entrance ou ai thensav.Thmn
'hee'.ay whel::ilhief duties lto hi:g
y. oilul h(noltia. askinerg u,t anec
"dlain' t hit' ar td," an "o~ i ry eito in
t ill e a i r t't aorie tl for te toedni
himel o the r28tnsibdat ofo thy suf1,
trial oP cf at1( lt onie wota ofithI
party; and we, il thiarcut x ned t 1limb
ittva t ourn t rerocatie n s ie ilo
taxffrall, te indil-di decendantsiii Ioi
proprly e'i '' i 11elingingi'in in Ata le t'e
cl. imbiog e aivedit a the matin itni
Ias brougax hat ort.! a ndio ('i~hun
iirv se ve' to the ight to'1 dgre
thereon. Polls shall open at the hou
of 8 o'clock In the forenoon and shal
, remain )0open until the hour of
o'clock in the afternoon when the
shall be closed and the ballots couni
The trustees shall report the resul
of the election to the county audito1
and county stuperintendent of educa
tion within ten days thereafter.
Rt. T. WtlLjSON, Supt.
52-at-A By order of C'mnty Broard
to Cure a Cold In One Day
Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE (TabhtsI
stops the Cough and Hleadachan works fth
Cold. E. W. GROVES signature on each box. 30c
Prince Albert is bi
sold in toppy rd
bags tidy red tins. sin
han .me pound
and half pound tin
humidorO and in the
pound crystal glass
umidor with to
bY It. J. Recynolds
I 'bacco Co.
We have a high power, fast ciattl
power plant in itself for sawing
of six to ten Ina. Lever cont
823 Gervals Street,
_ ipe and P.
Start fresh all over again at t
pe f-and forget every smoke emc
at spilled the beans! For a
'imful with Prince Albert, wil
iokejoy you ever registered! ]
Put a pin in here! Prince J
ngue or parch your throat. Bi
:clusive patented process. So,
ea you may have stored away t
pe! We tell you that you can
your life on every fire-up-if y
What P. A. hands you in a pip
)me-made cigarette! Gee-bui
in rolling 'em with Prince All
cause P. A. is crimp cut and s
the national joy
y motorists there be a e
ze what an valve or a
:here is be- the rubber
a tube and
It is alwx
of Hartford yo Iuy
. as we wert
A tires.Hartford ']
the slightest uphold ot
with it, 1et tation.
NCENT MOTOR C(
ng outfit forced fod--a complete
ogs to any length. Does the work
ol of blade while engine Is run
1ng. Slave goodi assortment
of (1asoline Engines. All
ejluipped with BIonch Mag
neto and offered at factory
Ieve' control sta.rts and
CoL UMBIA, S. C.
he beginning! Get a
perience you ever had
jimmy pipe, packed
I trim any degree of
t's a revelation!
lbert can't bite your
)th are cut out by our
just pass up any old
hat you can't smoke a
and just have the time
ou play Prince Albert
e it will duplicate in a
: you'll have a lot of
ert; and, it's a cinch
low leak around the
nly imperfections in
, and the tire suffers.
ays safe to be very
about the tubes
Just as particular
when wve selected
['ires and Tubes to
ir business repu