Newspaper Page Text
TIhnil d 1114( Saps : EIergy- thude's
1'Opt04-1angan lli1lds hi iv 11loo.
Wi'tifilig With a weakeleld coldition
or th bloo is a deaisprate st-itgle
Thin, watery llood deprives the body
of en erigy alid auses a played-out
f'eling not untlike litter exhauistion. A
inan11 With Weak bllood has not flte full
lis of his powers. lie lacks deci:;:on,
and %alliiates niintil he loses "elf- cn
S111 1110 11 I ll d . l Il too. vo fal
tering along, fr onth searcey rev:1l
linig 01:11 ItileY llev l ld 's 'e t - l l
talli, flicbOd bl d r ihll w lel I they
hwtve takenvi it for* a while, what a dif
J-ere ce tllere b I I llv feelinm!! The
oldl-timnt vi!or1 an4l tlt I'ed-blooded hIt.
of good heailth reiurli. The lilw rich
ilood .ets ti w ork, biiiulin.. forti .ty
in', lifting hli t, spirit Ill to its ior'inal
stndrdlPysicians hav prescrlibledI
iide':t I'epli - Niallu;a11 for year( its a
blood-bniler. . rnaaists sell it in
1ibinilml .1ii tl Sitet form((. i o0k for (lit'
11e1111v "(Ilh I'pt -.i-Man( all'' oli Ihle
'ingraved Cards aid Illvitaitions.
Ad'er iser l'rin-tin aCo.
Dright eye . cear skiand a body
full of yovi lsr. health may be
y oir . if you wtil eep your system
in order b ul taking
The world's r-tn:dard remedy for kidney,
liver, bladder and uric acid troubles, tho
onamies of life and looks. In uso sinco
1696. All druggists, three size3.
t.ook for tho namo Gold Modal om every bor,
and nccept no imitation
% L Al
It represents the peak,
of automobile starting
and lighting battery i
by years of specializa- t
Every Willard Battery is
backed by Willard reputa
tion, with us here on the
job to see that you get the
top-notch service every
Willard user has a right to
W. Lauren. St.
WIPED OUT BY FLAMES
Atlantle Destroyer Fleet Assisted Fire
men in Fighting the Flames. Twelvo
Charleston, Oct. 13.-Datuage prob
ibly exceeditng $1,500,000 was done by
lire this afternoos and tonight at the
('olimbus street terminals of the
-harleston Terminal 'Company. Perti
lizer materials valied at about $1,300,
10(and a consiilerable stretch of ware
iouses and wharrf were destroyed. The
Ire was still burning; at a late hour
When the 11.1nt1ts reached thlt ware
1(11 s in l which there were stores of
litrat' of sota, 1111merous imlosiosons
'Tlihe terminals ar a parl of the pro
irty ind1er o)ti0n by tle city of
Whel the fire was discovered it had
'ai ned great headway and the sun
00as sot inl eclipse from the great
oioe; of dentse smioke sent u1) roi
lie hurning oils and fertilizer ma
eriahI:. -:very fire appa ratus In the
ty nas called to the sctn' anti a bhat
o riaged for matny holirs ie'fore tle I
laimes were bronihi under control.
irsfront the destroyer Illet inl the:
iarbior lier IT e rshed ItII le assi::t
illc of the. local fire deparlimntl andI
itled in aavitg a sma:1l part of the
Th priortitrl d stro d wa \- \\;Is tine ofr
lo il t l a % Iii i est ti; (ll I111,
l' It h' :: 01 w trfronit and a l r e lI't
'ejith I vi -oing h fith t . par -
hitmh tisi ciyv was handli d ;r t0
leedInt thu r SlIrtIe rnainals. iiot'
1' osd y t .I- W0t riof ial , bu wd re
n hie el o tl t ; zonie .
The ee inofrom the11t.
le /.eit i tcls, I e eopd th e oI.
I'hl r" I : :oro-s and other if le ty. rcit I
,tis were h1lyli lane; (dicapped by
hetg II' 'N ack sinoke. Ppr
nt. sailors and civilians wer hinl
ered inl their hattle agVainst the
latnies by the lack of water hydrants
in the viclnityrof thlr docps.
At tilines it sounided as thouigh a1 hat
pe werte in progress, with tie fre
xelent explosions of nitrate of soda
ind oetiticals, te detonations being
heardin t all parts of the city. Citi
rens wer greatly alaried due to tle
ract that a large amount of high ex
plosives are nderstood to be stored
in tle large terminals north of te poi)
erty stucfroyed by fire. Additional
excitement was caused i o te vican
ity of the fire when a polce wagon
hurrying to the assistance, of fire
trucksq with gasoline struck a soft spot
inThe l marshy roadway and topped
abruptly at an angle of w degrees. The
,as was transferred, and reached its.
esnation, but thle heavy automobile
ruck tittck fast until after i o'clock
on'ght when it wh pilled out and
roered.d under it* own power.
The flanes spread rapidly north
eard toward a large warehouse con
taining sulphur and other supplies,
buIt were, suiccessfully fought by thec
iremen and sanlors whom Rear Ad
hae deastroyefressn toepci mare
Iet n herl tero the fir twas hes
rouvehed. e une ttesae
ehudeds or haeall fan were an
naighcla I theiats Inmldeadinlg
hr Yanklderinby te facityh wortd
ries and hypnlarest hire subeen an
alstrulnay yeaisprin Ispron-s
id ove ah time fulof poePriallh
tol Itisa beenurne at ne ofake
leheaed or haned roan a oeer an
agician. of frmiet It iendendting
.re bewildernast acsIlitawith
lrh iv heeypnstaide old esubet sand
tigel Atemd I thoey sg biecket and
in ovders at sthe flly of thoplei-ll
tangers oehimn, iily ewondeet
uli Itet is mnikitne a t one ofr
hIe Pasoux i anrotrnet to bhord
er of men wh neaerl reie stnd
Ing at ote end all thei sadlive rinar
ng addroesikitn h oulyolfl te an
thay party on 'tidenifiaraed ith th
in Ioainreyt baskemaking allpr
minar rdei alndteFir lisaeiroar
talloon. The comic effects are btttter
magined thlan described, .Fayssoux
vill begIn an engagemenlt of thrt
rigihts ait the Opera .house Thiursdiay,
Jitmty had always noticed thai
w~hetn his fiater wtent to work ott rains
days lit wore rtiubers. One daiy tiftet
his tfnther haid gone lit nloticeed that
the rubbers were still in their usual
place, so he ran to moother atnd said:
"Oh, mlother. daddy didn't wear his
rain slippers today."
Mi-O-Na makes, yotur stomlach feel
ne, at'~s beichi , heart burni andl all
liscomnfort in a ~w minutes. Guaran
eed by Tautrena Drug C.
LAY MFDAL ON TOMB
Hle Was Greeted on Arrival by the
"Star Spangled Banner" Rendered
by the Welsh Guard Bands.
London, Oct. 16.-Gen. Perlinj1g,
who comes to L)n1dn01 to take )art in
the ceremonies attending the laying of
the congressional medal on the tomb
of litain's unkown soldier, arrived
here from Pars at 7 o'clock tonight.
lie was uet at Victoria station by a
list Inguished reception committee from
the various government departments.
T'he general Was llit',Ii rsl of tlhe party
to step off the train and was -greeted
by Sir L-aming Wortihingtoni-l0valns,
secretary for war, wvho introduced himi1
to tle others while hundreds of on
lookers who had streamed In through
lhe gates applauded.
G eeral Pershing went direct to
tle American eimibassy, where hie will
itay while in IMdoin Ind later was
he guest of tite ambassador a(. M rs.
Ilarvey at a dinner party.
."The 'Star Span ttglId Bainner" ren
lered by the Welsh Guards band,
uld the cheering of thouisan(s greet
'id the composite bittalion from Cob-.
lenz whiein tihle s. e;eial train rolled into
\'iet oria stationi t wo hoi i's afteri the
arriva of Generail Pershing. 'The
battalion eenisisted of 4-)o mhen fromi
Ilhe l''ifh. Eighth 'and Pirftieth infan
Iry, wvith a1 hand of thir-ty pieces. and(
'tiwenty olliers, all1 under command of
\la:ijo r R. 0. Martion. It was welcoied
inl lie name of tile lritishi aimy by
\laIjor (General liuhg Sutton, iepre
nii. t lie :irmiy con neil. The hat
ilion was twelity-seve n hours on the
xayv from thle Rhilne.
Thi nava1 parly, which wilI par
Iic ip:te I IImoWrrow's rei'eriomnies,
onsisting of ifty men and Iiftein of
leers from t lie Olympia, also arrived
:oniglit. Thle wiaval 'uown had a sim
Illr recepton L'y ran ds of .41n.ir es.
The sailor.; %. ill ihe niucl ' of the
British Naval A ssociation (iring their
,tay inl Izondonl.I
Black, Navy and Browns
Crepe de Chine
Fall's Leading Dress Fabrics
7S rtI dyC I an Raalt
WellsC Silk Hse
gemy WellsCardy Co.
Laurens, S. C. "They are
II,~y~'ceA GOOD PLACE TO TRADE Glove Silk"
Not Accidentally Good
Made that Way
T PRODUCE day in andi (lay out equivalent to a year's gervice give aceli
the clean.burning, full-powered rate data on carbon formation, valve
"Standard" Motor Gasoline, no pitting, bpark plug fouling, etc.
fewer than five important tests are Road teats in representative cars anl
employed. Nothing is taken for trucks, which check the accuracy of
granted-nothing left to luck. former findings, and etermine with
"Standard" Motor Gasoline has to greater accuracy the factors of acceler.
pass five stiff examinations.ation, flexibility, range of carburetor
These are:Service teats uinder average condiltionis.
Chemical laboratory tests on the gaso- Company garages are ntained. each
line itself, to determine volatility, containing fron 30 t 200 cars, trucks
purity, stability, explosion points, fnl tractors, comprising every known
etc. type of notor-driven equipient. The
Physical laboratory tests in one-cylin. diveas are rl aerage for this
dier engines, to determine character of wor.s testa deerie toe alls
ignition, rate of combustion, rate of wrkn permns of th e il
pressure development, limits of per. tobnd omthe ogr.
,(nysy Gas" nay l)e good now
Dynamometer tests in standard makes and then. "Standard" Motor Gasoline
of engines, to determine power devel- hn$ to be right all the time. That is
roped, mileage per gallon, etc. Runs what the punblic expects o it,
Isn't it time you drained Ate Old Oil Oi of your crank
case? Notice the difference when you refill with POLARINe
* STANDARD OIL COMPANJY
tion fle ibil T , g of c r u e r