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le sure to specify Williams Super
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Colds Cause Grip and Influenza
LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablets remove the
cause. There is only one "Bromo Quinine."
E. W. GROVE'S signature on box. 30c.
Life is a burden when the body
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worries d the victim b~ecomes
despondent and downhearted. To
bring back the sunshine take
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troubles. All druggists, three sizes.
Look for the name Gold Medal on overy box
and accept no imitatioi
for your Battery
Water is as necessary to
battery life as it is to
The water spiould be pure
--and it should be put into
the battery regularly, at
least once every two weeks.
You can easily put this
water in, but we wiltgladly
do it if you prefer.
We are also equipped to
recharge and repair bat
teries. We carry a com
plete line of Willard bat
tery parts, rental batteries
and Willard Threaded Rub
Ask us how Willard
Threaded Rubber Insula
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separator replacemcnt ex
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cracked, punctured and car
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W. Lauren. St.
HORNED STAKE IS
FOUND IN PICKENS
Reptile With Horn at Tip of Tal
Killed In Xountains; Viewed by
(Greenville News) .... ....
Pickens, Sept. 26.-Plickens county
today made good its claim that horned
snakes grew, thrived and prospered ir
A large reptille with a distinct
horn at the tip of its tail was killed
in the Eastatoo Gap early this morn
,ig by a Mr. ,Bowie, a resident of that
section. One of Pickens' native sons,
anxious to maintain the county's repu
tation and to convince skeptical out
siders, brought the snake to town
where it was placed on exhibition.
'Hundreds of persons were in town
for the -opening of court but the news
that a horned snake was on exhibition
at a local drug store spread like wild
fire. Doubting Thomases came, saw,
went and told. Others came and (lid
likewlise rwhile their eyes stood out
like buttons on a policeman's over
It was a great day for Pickens and
those who for some time tLave main
tained that horned snakes have fre
quently been seen in the upper part
of the county. But few if any had
ever been brought to town, however,
and the doubting Thomases refused
to believe without seeing.
The snake shown today was, of
course, dead and this caused many
who otherwise would have been tinId
to make a close examination. A
mascroicope was called into play and
it revealed that the tip of the horn
was split and very much resembled
ia cow's hoof.
.\lany persons familiar with snakes
and snakedom said the roptile re
sembled a bull snake. Others said it
was something now entirely and that
such a creature had not been seen in
Pickens before. All in all the reptile,
which was more than five feet long
and possessed a horn about three
quarters of an inch long at .the tip
of its tail, attracted about as much
attention as did the other proceed
ings in this quaint mountain town.
It is said that the snake will be
sent to the Smithsoniann Institute in
the effort to have it identified.
"There may not be any such thing
as a horned snake" an old moun
taineer said after peeping through
the microscope at close range. "But
all the same that snake has got a
horn as sure as thunder."
Common talk in the mountaIns of
Pickens county this summer has been
that. cattle have been dying mysteri
ously and the discovery of horned
snakes had lead to the belief that
these snakes have been piercing the
animals with their unique weapons.
They are suppoesd to be extremely
poison, causing the cattle to die in a
SEN. DIAL G(OES TO
('A'ITOL 1Y AlUTO
South ('arolina Senator 31akes Trip to
Caplianl by 3letor in Tlhree Days.
Washington. Sept. 23.-- Senator Dial,
with the memnbers of his family, has re
turnedl to Washington. Tihey camne by
automobile from Laurens, a (distance
of about 62-i miles. and made the til
very leisurely, covering about th ree
Dliscussing the features of his trip.
the senator said lie caredl more for
goodl roadls andi for highway improve
ment generally than lie did for auto
mobile riding, lie paid a high comin)1
men'it to the highway comin nissioners
of the states through 'which he passed
that is, North Carolina. South C'aro
lina and Virginia, and saidl he found
the roads in good condition, particu
larly all the way from Laurens to the
city of WVashington, but ho remarked
that coming through the state of Vir
ginia lie was impressed with the fact
that the highway engineers must be
dlead. E'xpla-ining what he meant by
this, he said that lie found more sharp
curves on the VirginIa roads than
anywhere he traveled, and there was
some splendid work ahead for road
engineers at this time in straightening
out these sudden andl dangerous
curves. Otherwise, lie found the roads
ini splendt~id condition.
Senator Dial, while not expressing
any opinion on legIslation, which twill
come un between new and the time
the regular session begins in Decem
her, said that we are at a very -im
portant point in our financial and coin
mercial history. Hie will dlevoto his
rmtire time and attention to his duties
here from now on, the recess of con
.gress having ended andi the senators
having assembled again to take up
legislation left off when the recess be
gan in July.
'Read "TPhe Oriole" 'by Booth Tark
ington, beginning in this issue.
Quickl relievej (Constpation, Bl-.
otOtes O4&~ss of A ppetite iitd hlend.
aReh lu dint TarniA lienr.
ARBUOKLB IS OUT
ON $,000 BOND
Murder Count Against Vomedian Dis
missedd by Judge Lazarus.
n Pro Rrif i .-PW00 C.
ture actress, will be tried on a charge
of manslaughter within a few days if
present pla"s of 'Matthew Brady, dis
trict attorney, materialize.
Two such charges are pending
against Arbuckle-one being placed
yesterday when at the cqnclusion of
the hearing before Sylvain J. Laza
ru1, police judge, the murder charge
was amended and the other having
been returned recently by a county
grand jury which inyestigated the
hotel party 'give by Arbuckle and
at 'which the state contends the
young woman received injuries
which causedl her death.
Arbuckle regained his freedom
shortly after the ipreliminary hear
ing was ended. lie already had on
(leposit $5,000 ball in connection with
the ifldictment and this was trains
ferred to cover the proceedings aris
Ing from Mrs. Del mont's com'plaint.
On 'the grand Ju ry accusation he has
bleen placed "on his own recogn i
zance" to return Oct. 3.
That (late had been set several lays
ago, blut Brady announced late last
Inigh t, that if he coold, he would iti
lize it to bring Arbuckle to trial on the
Delmont cornplaint, as mod ified yes
terday by .1udge Lazarus.
Whether lie wottld be able to have
Arbuckle appear to answer to one
Complaint and then try him on ani
other on it he same date, he was not
sure, -he said, but declared he wouil(
try, since both complaints charge tle
same offense, arising from the same
circumstances. Brady's reason for
this attempt, he stated, was that he
wished to avoid furnishing <the d
fonao attorneys with a transcript
the evidence before the grand jur
'The district attorney in a lor
statement last night said that Judi
-Lazarus had accorded Arbuckle
ease unusual treatment and charge
that "if Roscoe Arbuckle wero ui
known and unimportant -he wou
havr been held for murder and trea
ed precisely the same as %wero oth4
defendants of "disrepute".
W'tch Your Papers.
Look out for the broom and du
pan. Alanzy valuaible papers may I
sWelyt out (if exitlence if you do no
have a gooi qystetit that insures the.
papers nnd records bleng proper
cared for. No one should ual
a transacthb.in on a i slip of paper ar
carelessly iut it into h pocket.
good systern of accounting will (
Uway% with iIInorndlia palds of 1.4
cording and corIsetiient danger of loi
by the brooin and dlust pan route.
To Stop a Cough Q*ick
take HAYES' HEALING HOINNB
cough medicine which stops the cough b
healing the inflamed and irritated thIsue;
A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRAT
SALVE for Chest Colds, Head Colds an
Croup is enclosed with every bottle <
HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The salv
should be rubbed on the chest and thro[
of children suffering from a Cold or Crou
The healing effect of Hayes' Healing Honey ii
ide lie thrat cornbined with the healing effect
Grove's O-Pen-Trate Salve through the pores
the skin soon stops a cough.
oth remedies nre packed In one carton and tli
cost of the combl'cti trcatnient is 35e.
Just ask your druggist for HAYE!
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e Each canful saves you fully a dollar! a
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