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One of the Ipe'mtanent possessionjs
of a human heart is twhllellory of its
great enthulasms. You may have
come to disdainl and even despise
'them, but ithey are never uprooted.
Then you reach your'highest-,and you
Vhen ia noble ideal kindles such
enthusiasms, that ideal becomes one
of those -things hat without warning,
at raro Intervals, flares .up. And you
sit t in the light of the flare and ponder.
Why did it fall? Not .because it was
not benutiful--right-desira blc. 'Was
it because you were not fit for beituty,
Peoples re lIk men. They may
lay aside their great hopes, but to the
end tler are hiouri1s w-lient they sit
with them 1111(1 ponder.
Perhaps that is the explanation of
the persi:sItent, mysterious, un0con1
c1ius wVay. in which m11en1 today draw
togetiei(r aroun(id Woodrow Wilson. It
reiuires exphinationi. WN'hy, iII Vash
ington f'on mon ths now, has the sight
seeing wagon lollowed his ear? Why
do the chattering tourists inside grow
,iont as they luss it? They don't
peer. They lift their hats and sigh,
and it romil Ieties take Ililutes and
:;trikMing ,i;1hts to break the iiood tih
flcting h s of that drawn, long
vile face has stirred.
Whiy is it, thiat oin Slldays and holl
dayi. meln and wvomlen and childrenl
mot ohf thenI busy through i the week
walk to hIt. house and staniid there
in rorulps, rpeak tpgetlier iln hushed
hona itf someithiniog solemlin- and
(nnblin- moved in hiein? C 'riosity?
.\ll chialtol and j.be and Iomkl in
cuios'ity. 'I'hiese people a re silenlt,
2.en It l orderly. Youl will see
tihmci berie tle tleatre on iIghts
W. C. .
(i lE EN W()
3emnber of NeI Orlea
li3i1cr4 of New Vor
We F111111 I Daily (ott on L
TE "ED RELIA
White Haired Alabama Lady Says
and Go But The "Old Reliab
Dutton, Ala,-In recommending Thed
ford's Black-Draught to her friends and
neighbors here, Mrs. T. F. Parks, a well
known Jackson County lady, said: "I am
getting up In years; my head ia pretty
white. I have seen medicines and reme
dies come and go but the old reliable
camne and stayed. I am talking of Black
Draught, a liver medicine we have used
for years-one that can be depended up
on and one that will do the work.
"Black-Draught will relieve indigeton
and constipation if taken right, and I know
(or I tried it. It is the best thiing I have
ever founld for the ful, uncomfortable
- for sixty ye
R. L.GRAY, G
R. V. IRBY, I
R. 0. 'HUNT,
T. lyl.& J.
it '6 kaown thNO . Wilson is
within, qui9tly waiting for him to come
out. There will be fifty, a hundred,
even sometimes a thousand.
They. cheer him as he passes, and'
there are often chokes in the cheers,
and always tenderness. Why (D they
do it? Nothing more Instinctive, more
,ttiplanned, goes ol in Washington.
Let it be known 'that he is in his seat
in a theatre and the whole house will
rise In homage. Let his face be shown
on the screen, and it will draw a greet
ing that .the face of no other living
American receives. And that is not
true in Washington aloe.
Why should the valt throng that
packed :Tennsylvania Avenue from
end to end .on Ai'nnistice day have
stood reverently, with heads bared in
silence as the .bler of the Unknown
Soldier passed, attelded by all the
oficial greatness of the moment
the president, hi.. cabinet, the su
prele court, the house, the s:'nate,
dilomnatic vorps, Veorshiin, Vo0Ieh
wiy Should this great Crowd. ha %ve
Watched inl silelnce intil, qnite un
expectedly, a carriage far (owni the
linle Came into view'~ Whly shloult
this crowd, itn colsC ius of exhwt it
was doing have brokell into a low er,
of sylgpathy and grief. "There's \Wil
son1!" 'Tle cry flow down the long
They saw hii as the man who had
called Into sCrvice the( hoy th .y
llhlor e , w.ho 1)-.t the wonr fntrb 'l l1.iII
in his eyes, tht liht of wiitoh a
great !!renh surgeon siid: "Yhe
\mericani soldier is (ifferent from ll
others. I don't, knowL l I what it ,
whet her it is G od, the Monroe do)
irinte, or Presidesnt WIlsoll but h hila
sonelthing in his eye." Yes, W ilson'S.
M119 S. (11
ts Cotton Exchtatnge.
k Produce Exchal"ge
etter Free to All literested.
She Has Seen Medicines Come
le" Theiford's Black-Draught
feeling after meals. Sour stomach and
sick headache can be relieved by taking
Black-Draught. It aids digestion, also
ssists the liver in throwving off Impuri
ties. I am glad to recommend Black..
Draught, and do, to my friends and
Thedford's Black-Draught is a stand
ard household remedy with a record of
over seventy years of successful use.
Jvery one occasIonally needs something
to help cleanse the system of imptlrities.
Try Black-Draught. Insist upon Thed
ford's, the genuine.
At'ail druggIsts. a. -;
:r all crops.
ray Court, S. C.
i., Laturen., S. C.
Owing., S. C.
ill. S. C.
something profound, sonmething they
cannot forget. Peoiple think 'of him
as the man who was behind the In
spiration of their greatest moments;
who stirred them to a fresh under
standing of the meaning of Awords that
had bee'ome more vpatter on many
tongues-"democracy," "union." IIe
made them realities, personal, deep
-showed themi as the reason of ol
that is good in our present, all that
is hefuil in our future, the woFking
basis on which men may' strive to
liberty of soul and peaceful achieve
ment. lie made them literally things
to die for, lifting all of our plain,
humibble thousan(ls who never knew
applause of wealth or tihe honor of
ofice'into the ranks of those who are
willing to (lie for an ideal-the high
est plane that humans reach.
People are thinking, also, of his
work in tlat after-wa r period when
the hate, reveige, an(l bitterness that
War hts loosed have none of the
rostraIt is that war compels. and we
iust. by reon andi good] will andi
latienlce, restore tour controls--that
:'rbl' Iod we stzalk o^1 as recon
:--truct(Iion. Tlettoo he kindled enl
iluiian e. Now," hIt(, id "Il w;
do wItat lion hatv' lna dlrIne(l
rtive to cwh people its chamne, cut
down the fooiosh barri'rs of trIde.
litnlit otir rn im.n enit"r inito
onion of all mations ileiged to co-!
op 'ra tion and pwace."
Tho pe(opl, (X' (I' "ar-th rallied to
h pin, lol. them:;clve- . \)Id
."on the. loo'diiss1.'io beiii their
()thimn. Thlose who wanvited peace
:'d bl'i-vel it e:u;y: those who ha1t(d
I11(ace .1nd0 helieved i t impossible:
'tos envied his place. differtd with
!iS I.tnd ?ent failed of his favo
f1l''t' and 111 :tn 1 more joined ip an
: ;tck such as few ment have ever
aced in the ltory of tIls eati. 1ihe
fIn hit to a inih, tlh.t he might.
r'''itre the liled2e of the nations to the
ideal or world cooperation.
fit! vont--won with the iCoopleCS of
Ite world, if, not with all of thir
gorer nto Ien IS. Tely look to himln as
ircoi into the .otis of the nations that
It) 1man1 o' 111 caI n1 eVer lestroy it.
It ias become II a asset ofI tormented
huantaity, a Iossib)le way mit of
slauighter .:idn hate. Through' all the
fitlture, omen iwill be hiilding upon h,
adapting, expaling, as 1 men have
built on Washingt on's work, On Lini
coIn'..work, knowing thaI their efforts
test oi sotmuthiig essetntially s01111d
They are simple people, reiimiber,
those .thousands whose hearts he had
enkindled. They are the people who
(1o the worik of the world, an1d their
minds are easily bewildered. "lie has
deceived you," they were told. "Ile
has given you dreams. Dreamis are
not for men. You live by realities,
not ideal, Out with him! I lDowvn
with hlin! As a great nation, you
have strength, you have gold. Keep
them. Stand alone. Do not f rget
that you ao not live by ideals."
' And the people withdrew-bewilder
ed1. But the' shouting over they re
miemnbered their long days of exalta
tion, of sacriflce, of' fredom ana
boldness, of worthwhi leness. Was it
only a decclation? Was all they had
left a mere magic of words on thieit
untrained minds, the stir of a fleeting
passion in their lives? Was there no
sense, 1no reality, in It all?
That is what thoutsands upion thou
sands have been asking in -these past
days. And slowvly they areQ turning
'to him 'who led them. 'Is sdffering
face and palsied side are a symbol of
their crip~pled hopes. "H-owv is it with
him," they ask, "a living sacrifice to
that faith and that vision? Does he
still believe? hfas he lost faith as
wvell as strength?"
And so they seek him. lie means
something to them: .they don't quite
know what. Hie .Is a living link with
their noblest phase. Those wvho de
stroyed that phase are giving them
nothing in its place. WVhat dloes it
all mean? And so they follow his
carriage, ganther' before his house,
staud in~ tain and snowv and cold b)e
fore 'the theatre to get even the most
fleeting glimpse, something that will
bid( them live again as they (1id in
thoe great moments.
A Dutch conlcert isi a so-called con
cert in which every mnin sings his own
song at the same titie that his neigh-,
for is also singig lis, a pfractieg not
niecessarily 5o national as conylvianl.
TherCie La another form of D~utch con
cert in which each person sings in turn
one verse of any song he pleases, somie
wel-known chorus beigmg usedl as a
bturden after each verse.' W hen every
person has suing, all sing their r'espeg
tiVo songs simultaneously as a grand
The young mian always took every
thing literally. l-1e was most serious
in his wooing. "Mlay I kiss you, June?*
he asked. "Mlother's in the drawing
room," she answered. "Oh, that's 'all
right. Your father c~n kiss her," ho
The tire mileage
s unusually high
ela $ 11)0, CoupeI $12,S0, Tourinig Car -$S 0 Roal i (I v
lanel uIliess Car11 $980, Screeni al iswdines Cartj $s.80
F. 0. 11. Factory
EASTERBY MOTOR CO.
Phone 200 Public Sauarc
C ANA RRYTE
The Carryteria, Where Your Dollar Always Goes the
Farthest, is Prepared to Make Dollar Day an
Event You Will Never Forget.
On Friday morning at 10 o'clock we will sell 10 butkets of
Snowdrift at $1.33 each. Each bucket will have a number
under lid. Those securing No.'s 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, will be refund
ed 33c, thus making their bucket cost $1.00. This will be
. repeated at 3 o'clock. You have all to gain and nothing to
lose. This offer to ladies only.
One 75c broom, one 25, 40 or 50 wat ;35ot tic Vi .k's Salve, Dollar Day ..240
'Electric Ilul), four Jlarge rolls Toilet 30e phig Apple Stm-Curcd Tobacc,
Paper ..... .... .... .... ....$1.00 I)ollar lay Piiee (limited)......20;
:3 lb. package White House 'Coffee ..$1.00 30e plog Brown's 'Mule Tobacco, Iol
5 lbs. good Rio Coffee and 5 lbs. Rice $1.00 30c luoy l'i n p Ted)..........ar
One bottle Bee IBrand 'Mayonnaise, one
No. 2 can Libby's Sliced Pineapple, Day pi(e (limited)............20c
- one can Yellow Cling DessertI Peach- Large Rolls Toilet l.avr, 10V Vale,
es, one can Old Dutch Cleanser, two Dollar Day price..............5c
eakes Palmolive Soap for .... ..$1.00 ChanSamn Dollar l)ay Iiee0 . . c
.10 reais (small) Carnation Milk, 5 11). Quakei' Oat4, Dollar Day ibrise......00
sugar, three large rolls Toilet Paler $1.00 Corn Flakes and P05;t roastie5......80
Three large 30e pkigs. Washing Pow- Liby's Dill P l
dcers, six cakes Octagon soap, six I
pkgs. Argo Etarch, one eake Palm- Cll
olive 'Soap .... .... .... .... ..$1.00 Georgia Cane Syrup, gallon 'cans .... 63c
75c bottle Viek's -Salve, olar ay 480 5 1b. good clean Grivs, D r ..24c
On the Square Next to Fire Teparment
Dolar Da P i'e limte ) .. .'20