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Leave it to us! We
can fit a nice, shiny
new top tighter than
a duck's back.
Makes the old bus
look like a million.
-dollars. Try it!
Automobile Top Works
Laurens, S. C.
Vrove's Tasteless chill Tonic restores
Energy and Vitality by Purifying and
"Enriching the lllood. When you feel. its
tatrengthening4 invigorating effect, see how
-it -brings color to the cheeks and how
it inproves the, appetite, you will then
appreciato its true tonic value.
Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is simply
Iron 'and Quinine suspended in syrup. .So
pleasant even children like it. The blood
needs QUININE to Purify it and IRON to
Enrich it. Destroys Malarial germs :and
,Gripagerms by:its Strengthening. niger.
isting 'Effect. .60c.
Name "Bayer" on Genine
Beware! Unless you see the name
"Bayer" on package or on tablets you
are not getting genuine Aspirin pre
t-ribed by physicians orf twenty-one
years and proved safe by millions.
Take Aspirin only as told in the Bayer
package for Colds Headache, Neural
gia, Rheumatisin, farache, Toothache,
Lumbago and for Pain. Handy tin
boxes of twelve Bayer Tablets of As
pirin cost few cents. Druggists also
sell larger packages. Aspirin is the
trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of
Monoaceticacidester of KBalicylicadgid.
CHILD'S BOWELS WITH
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP
Your little one will love the "fruity"
taste of "California Fig Syrup" even if
constipated, bilious, irritable, feverish,
or full of cold. A teaspoonful never
fails to cleanse the liver and bowels. I~n
a few hioira you can see for yourself how
thoroughly it works all the sour bile, and
undigcstc food out of the bowvels and
you have a well, playful child again.
1\illions of methers keep "California
Fig Srup" handy. They know a tea
spoonful today saves a sick child to
morrow. Ask your druggs for genuine
"California Fig Syrup" which has direc
tions for babies and children of all ages
printed on bottle. Motherl You must
say "California" or you may get an imi
tation fig syrup.
kext Dose may Salivate, Shock
Liver or Attack Bones
tou know wvhat calomol Is. It's mer
eury; quicksilver. Calomel is dangerous,
It. crashes into sour bIle like dynamite.
cramping and sickening you. Calomel
attacks the bones and ehould never be
put Into your system.
If you feel bilious, headachy, consti
pated and all knocked out, just go to
your druggist and get a bottle of Dod
ion's Liver Tone for a few cents which
i a harmless vegetable substitute for
dangerous calomiel. Take a spoonful and
if it doesn't start your liver and
atraighten -you up better and quicker
than nasty calomnel and without making
you.eick, you just go back and get your
Don't take calomnell T t makes you
sick the next day; it loses you a day's
work. Dodson's Liver Tone straightens
you right up *nd you feel great. No
salts necessary. Give it to thfe oh idren
hecansn It is narfently harmlnsn and nn
at Chautauqua Here
'Mark Twain, iiebnkfellow. Riley,
fthgo and other fl0TA)iy masters Will
live again in the iniapersonative lec.
tire-recital to ihe jrevinted by Sidney
Landon, humorist, 9eholar and inter
preter, at the teieg Redpath Chau
With the aid t(oiwigs, grease paint
and vivid deserkptilons, Mr. Luandn pre
sehts chttract-er aijudies and speaking
likenesses of a number of the best
loved mlen of letters; -d while in
make-up, . he reads fro their best
One of Mr. Landon's favorite inper
Ronations is of Mark Twain as that
famous hunorist appeared on the oc
casion of his seventieth birthday an
niversary banquet. Poe and Bill Nye,
Tennyson and Kipling also appear in
the Landon gallery of impersonative
Thd Landon lecture-reckal is inspir
Ational, educational and entertaining.
BEARSKIN A MARK OF HONOR
Five British Regiments Won Right to
Wear Headdress, at the Battle
Recently published portraits of the
king of England at the historic British
,eremony, "trooping of the colors," at
the Horse guards parade in London
show him wearing the high, shaggy
bearskin headdress which appears to
the uninitiated to be a heavy, uncom
Lortable article of apparel. As a mat
ter of fact it is not as uncomfortable
ss it looks.
The bearskin, as it is called to dis
tinguish it from the shako and busby,
is made of the skin of the Russian
bear ppd stretched over a basketlike
'ramework. In reality it is not any
heavier than the oldtime helmet. The
ne the king wore on this occasion had
x white plume on the side, the insignia
Yf the Grenadier guards, of which regi
nent King George is honorary colonel.
Five British Guard regiments are en
titled to wear the bearskin, a dis
tinction they won at Waterloo when
the British guards defeated the Old
guard of, Napoleon, who wore this
towering form of headdress.
Besides the Grenadier guards a regi
ment dating from the time of Charles
[I, the Coldstream, Scots, Irish and
Welsh guards, the latter formed dur
ing the World war, wear bearskins.
They form the brigade of Foot guards
In peace time and are port of the
household troops, whose duties include
the guardling of Buckingham and St.
It is quite true, as Mrs. Gerould
Bays, that Mr. Kipling's fame rests
tupon "significant brevities," but what
she and criti0s of a similar complex
ion cannot see is that these "brevities"
are "significant" in a sense diametri.
cally opposed to her interpretation of
the word. She means, of course, to be
complimentary, -to- -Intimate that Mr.
Kipling is brief from choice; whereas
the exact reverse is the truth, and, far
from being brief from choice, Mr. Kip
Ling is brief from'necessity. Mrs, Ger
ould would intimate that Mr. Kipling
prefers the short story, wvhereas, in
point of fact, Mr. Kipling's gifts re
strict him to the short story.--F. A.
Waterhouse, in the Yale Review.
Pioneer Log Building Restored.
An old Jog building, near Chehmalis,
Wash., which housed one of the first
federal courts ever held in the Pacific
northwest, has been ?~habilitated and
presented to the state. The building.
erected in 1845, housed Gen. Phil Sher
idan and Glen. George Bi. McClellan
when they were in the northwest be
fore the Civil war and had to travel
between Fort Vancouver, on the Co
lunmbia river, and Fort Stillacoon, on
Pixo Stock for Canada.
The .prince of Wales won most of
the- prizes with his exhibits of Mhort
horni cattle and Shropshire sheep at
the agricultural show, held recently
Ia England. He declared his intention
of shipping some of these far aria.
tocrats to his ranch in Alberb , Can.
ada, wgere there ias lready A fise
Who'd to a Persian Florist?
Persia, says ain exchange, has a
drink whichl gives men a mania fel
throwing atoness Persia must be
a poor land for the greenhouse buI'
ATl'.'1N''rUCKY HOM E
Body of 4Wnt. LOtit4ville Editor Placed
lu Cave 11111 (Colhctery.
'Loulsvialle, .Ky., April 4.-"Marse"
Henry (Watterson came home to Ken
tucky .oday to rest for all time. A
great :assenblage of Louisville citi
zens und men of national 'prominence
who knew him in life caie to -honor
his mmory. >Flags on .public buildings
flew at half mast while simvple ser
vices at the First Christian church
wetm being held for the dean of
Ameorican journalism, who died in
Jueksonville, Fla., about three months
'The casket, placed on a eatalAlque
1directly in front of the pulpit, was
'ilanked on one side with scores of
iloral offerings from many .parts of the
TCountry. James W. Brown of The
ldit'or and Publisher, .Ne w York,
axttended as the representative 'of 'the
pmrCsident and governing comiittee of
ithe Press "Congress of the World.
The services were in line with that
simplicity which had marhed the life
of .Mr. Watterson. A rituali.i ic read
ing, a hymn, a .prayer, an anthem by
il amn elling I
The (otherf day I
they. said $7.5(
Wing an&Lhey a
(of the Ibeat. Yo
man yoiecan bu
A TlIline o:
S(dla0 t 6i <83-O
All earits of h
ihe kleg, ihamest
a full line (A See
SpeciaL, whiah is
two eared comr 'a
We have dhe
first lot of Regist,
I will excharq
We carry a ft
your home. Dri
to the Doctor.
the choh- -a1 i etilogy 'were the out
"He -leaves no suecessor," Rev. I)r.
F". U. PbweTh pastor of the church
said, f'o'OhlLlysses can wield the
bow of Ulysses.' "
Tht(e burial service was read )y the
Iev. Dr. 'Oharles F,. Craik, of Christ
Ohti'eh enthedral at Cave Hill ceme
tery mlitwre the casket was lowered Into
a. tole -vault.
9 'Never Knew You Could Keep Hats
Out of a Butcher Shop."
What Ralph Watkins says: "Pig
ure'd rats around store -had enough to
feed-on; wouldn't 'touclh anything sus
lifelous. Heard about RAT-SNAlP, gave
It a trial. Results were won(erful.
Cleaned all rats out in ten days. Dogs
about store night and day never touch
TlAT-SNAI." Three sizes, 35c, ac,
1.25. $Sold and guaranteed 'by C. 1-.
Kennedy & Soin. llaurens liardware
Co., Putnam's Drug Store.
Ventilation Affects Soil.
Ventilition of the soll lias been
found to affect the growth and quality
NOTI'l: TO CONTiACTORS
Sealed poposals will -he received at
the office or the Peoples Bank oi Gray
:he very best flour, se
was in another town
). I asked the pri<
iaid $8.50. So you s
u get the best at W1
y elsewhere. We se
E all fertU1mm of the
per cent. acid, Kain
:ash. I wii deiliver y
ardware, such as sing
rings, drag harrows,
da department kno
:iCorn, such as Hlast
a big eared white co
vitih large ears, cane
Cattle and He
best kerd of Herford
ered D~uroc Jersey H,
re anytliing I carry fo
illline of water an,
nk this water and al<
Court, S. C., by the Mayor of the town,
Mr. Habb, until 12 o'clock noon, Tues
day, April 18th, and then publiely op
eled, for the grading and top-soiling of
Main street through the town of Gray
The following are tle ni')proximate
quantities of' the work to be done:
.1.500 C. y. top-soil surfacing.
1,000 e. y. common exclvlation.
60 lin. ft. 18 Inch double strength
vit. olay, or conC. -pipe.
5 C. y. col. "B" Conce0(vte for eid
Information and proposail blanksq
may he secured at the otlice of ,. 1).
Sloan. Jr., Maint. lPngr.. State Iligh
way Department, 00'7 Court 1 louse,
Greenville, S. C., or from -the .\layor
of Gray Court. The right to reject any
or all lbids is reserved. Certified cheek.
or 'bidder's bond, to the amount of $30C
made payable to the Mayor of Grai
Court, 1S. C., must accom panly caeli
Citation for Letters of Administrtloi
State of 'South Carolina,
I'ounty of 12aurens.
1y 0. G. Thompson, Probate .Judge
Whereas l.l,. 01ala Han11o11lld madl
suiit to mie to grant her Letters of Ad
ministration of the estate aniid effect:
of Rifley H lammnionld.
These are, thcrelore, to cite and ad
mon is alh l allnd singular the kindre
If rising and plain at
and asked them the
.e on Roller King or
ee they are selling cl
karton's. All heavy
H1 the best or not at z
standard grades sucl
it, cotton seed meal,
our guano to your fi4
:le trees, heel bolts,
wn as the Seed Depa
ings and Marlboro
rn crossed on a proli
seed, onion sets, Irish
Cattle in the South.
gs. Have a bunci
r young beef cattle.
I ginger ale which'
and save paying do
and creditols of thle said -iiley llam
iaoind deceased. that they be and al.
pear before me, n the Co Ot of I'ro
Itte, to be held at -.,aIttrenls Couit
'lIotise, lAIiireils, S. C., oil the 2511h day
of Apill. 11122, niext after jpublieation
lierenf, at i o'clock iII the foreiloon,
to slow calse. If any they have, why
the sa id Le ttIs Iof Admiai:;tration
ishould not be granted.
Given til der. lmly hand this 10th d hay
of April Anio olilili 1922.
0. G".'l4l O.\PSON,
-21 -A ,1. 11. 12. C.
so ito do in1ce, once ihey et RIA'T-SN A P.
Aid they lente no odor behind.
Ion't. lake our word for it--ry a
package. Cats aid dogs won't. touch
It. RiAts pass III all food to get ItAT
SN A P. Three sizes.
S.e size (1 enke) nionghi for
Pantry Mltehenl or Celliar.
;.c size (2 likes) for Chicken
House. coops, or sm1all buildings.
$1.24 size (0 eakes) enough for ill
ll- Ila and ou -bildiigs, st orige
blildiitrs, or factory buildings.
Sold an1(d Gtll raiteed byl C.. -: Kell
- nedy & Son, Laurens Iardware Co.,
and Putwnni's 1rmg Store.
$8.00 a barrel.
price on flour and
Supreme or Blue
ieap flour instead
groceries at less
i as 10-3-3, 8-3-3,
and also Nitrate of
eld if necessary.
clevises, nails by
3, wagons, bridles,
.rtm-ent. We carry
fic corn making a
We also have a
iof pigs ready to
we will deliver to
uble that amount