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Col ds Cause Grip and Influenza
LAXATIVE flROMO QUININE Tablets remove t1
2ause. There Is only o13 "Bromo QuininU
.. W. GROVE'S s gnature on box. 30c.
-"cal societie-s re:ezented in the
un hn, the secretary sa:d. and wo:nen
in H10a tist colleges of the South have
.1: mission study cIasses. another
T un!on has -iedged $h'(,000,'f('?
1oAd the con%.ventina37s '"?'
I rnd and al:-eady has raised nor
a' ,. , " . of :at in ca.h.
M lr other -siness was tania:e(d
d rin fh -zt day of the th annual
fusa oftin mtmbers to con5sider' a
'e fc tr '-n a1 k-f
p . a!fro., triiann'al me. .in:s ih an
a.y. It fr. t red to :h. ton
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-ntea! e hi1 .. It .i .t anai
rte: tionfa: y *o .ci of the
a ni:: a!m~nstraion ( and reord of
Ci , Rulican conhsr*ss can no. be
an ter vhan nta timnulated and on
eour-.d b'y the relt of the tsu
:n at I al ont-st in Pennsylvania,"
ahus in art reads a statement issued
n iht by the J.Imocratic National
:>m::t . While. there is still doub.t
asz to tinne in Pin nsylvania, the
fat :bat (G ifford Piichot, even if not
nominat-d, has to all practical purpo:
.,hmashd :he mantificen t machine
whi(Oh Boifes Penrose so successfully
- operateI, is taken to mewan by Demo
ctratic politti(ans here that even "re
actionary 1-mnnsylvan'ia" Is sore Witt
1I;-mocratic senators refrained fron
- exPressing themselves formally be
Saluse of tit( existing uncertainty. fllu
- informally. tihey d(&clared that the re
*smlt in PIennsylvania reflects thI
o:inion of the people of the t'nite,
Stites, even those living in 'he ios
rock ribbed Repiublican of common
wcallths, as to the record of the re
actionary win of the Republ ica
party both national and local
Show FREE to
is of good infoi
togs and better
Re:>ublican1 "old! :Juard "' ;ders, not1
yet recovered froIm the blIw from I
Indiana some days ago. firid unctio-i :
today in the fact :iav Senato- Pepperi
.vas nominated over -ep:eseitaative 1
Burke. While the Lt is a laborite"
there Is no es.en-.ai 'ifb:rere be-.
tween the two ins:n.-h 1s tota are i
:egard(ed in congre.zsz as a-i'i .nistrtion
Republicans. The stutorial race was t
(omp1leteLly ove rshadowed b.y the gub
ernatorial. -t is 'ointed out. Pinchot 1
made his fight against reactionary ring.
r-ile of Repailean bosses. local and
In the senatorial raco. Pepper un- f
equivocally declared against the sol- c
diers ,onus. wh~ie Burke a;ppealed to f
'hi- fo:mer -oliers with the bonus as
in issue. This Tea'ure of the senator
ial rae: has iad the conzres guessing
There has been a revolution In
P-n ns yva a." was the way minority
li:.i-r 'nderwood characterized the i
The Penrose machine has ap
.a: n:ly grne to pieces. It i.; prob
a le that in the futiurf Pennsylvania., I
if i coniues to inprovi-. will not
*e r-ea rded as a ce.rta in Republican .
I ::CO'at. do no. Cxpect to win
:tors in Pennsy.vania the coning
f . T: sati.-faction co:nes fron
.' . , b if t ut if rtactioni a ta ist
-iini condilions cn .even set in
ennylvan ia. ir. is evidently ram
pant in the more o:.Vres i *sive comlon
of the union.
Jones, May :20.-.\lrs. .arcus lHunt,
of Lacuusville, accompanied by her son
F'rahk and wife recently visited her
cousin, Mrs. Dr. W. T. Jones.
After a prolonged illness Mrs. J. L.
.\IeNinch passed away on the 10th inst.
and was laid to rest In the Hlodges
cenetery. Rev. I larley, of Ware
Shoals conducted the funeral. NIrs.
MeNinch was one of the best women
we ever knew We never had a better
friend and the bereaved family has
our tenderest sympathy.
Mrs. Laura J. Jenkins, after a sue
cessful year of teaching at Sharon, is
spending her vacation with her par
ents, Dr. and Mirs. W. T. Jones.
- The . ). C. of Ware Shoals, enter
tained the veterans of the Civil War
1 in a most hospitable manner on the
I 10th. Rev. Iiarley .Apresided an(d Gren.
- M. L. ionham, of Anderson, delivered
- a forceful, eloquent and intensely pa
i triotic addr(ess. How inspiring and
enobling are the lives of our grana old
the Farmers o
)airy Sires and
~otatoes From !
a National Fore
-mation you nee
hogs for our cou
-eterans of the Civil War. In honor-I
ng the lives of our heroes we should'
tot forget that the women of the Con
eder4cy ac iCvCd enviable reputa
ions. They were heroines of the pur
St type. All honor to the women of'
he Confederacy. Let us do ali in our
iower to perpetuate their memo1ie
nd instill into the rising generation
he greatest eseem. respect and ad
i:ation of the noble men and women
f the GO's.
Mr. Lawson Schumpert, of Ware
;hoals. passed away on the 11t inst.
lis :astor. Rev. Smith. conducted the
uneral and the Red Men had charge
of his burial. The synvathy of his
riends uo.s out to the bereaved fam
Th.- last two games of ball between
,rendell M.ill and Ware Shoals result
I in tavor of Warte Sihoais.
T'I sands of cotton are good.
Dr. W. T. Jones .yas called profes- I
r)nabjy tol GreenwoLod oni 10th. I
W" rec-ntly m11et the follow'ng
"r-.ds :..olphu McCord, Scrap Mc
)owl anl Senator D. B. Johnson. of
'reenwood: uige Sam 'ooper. of
nt *ix: Rev. Robert Sharp. of Co
umbia: Deputy Sheriff Owing2s, of
au rens: Policeman Ridveway, of
;nc orton: Mt's. John Cul Ibert son and
Earle, of Mt. Olie. and Mr. and
I s. John Pitt5, of Po:!a Springs.
No Worms In a Healtby Child
All children troubled with Worms have an
ealth.y o''r. w:hich indicates koor bgdqml.0t1sa
ue. there iE we or I ess at ifich disttirbance.
;ROVE-S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC given regu
arly for two .r three weeks.will enrich the blod,
mprovethedi l1stion,tandiactias a general Strength
ning Tonle t.- tile whole system. Nature will then
hroert or disteI the worms.nnd theChild willbe
a per':, her'h. Pleasanttotake. 60cperbottle.
iTh Ill.y College of South Carolina
5 l...ilM~ IlP EXAMINATIO.N
On JL i-i th, .. Competitive exc ml
ination vill be h (eld a t 1aurnsto fill
wtn vacancy in the Citadel scholar- I
ships for this county. Applicants ultitt
not be under sixteen and not over
twenty years of age on the opening
day of the next college session, Sep
tember 20, 1922. rhe sibjects for ex
amination will be as follo.ws:
Algebra, through quadratic equa
E'nglish Grammar, Rhetoric ain( Lit
The winners of the scholarships
must meet the requirements of the
Association of Colleges of South Caro
lina for admission.
Application blanks, catalog, and
further information furnished upon re
COL. 0. J. IBONID. President,
,15-3t Charleston, S. C.
M. and 2
f Laurens Coui
store House to
d. We' will ta]
nty. Come an<
(s. s.. C.
Puy this Cigarette and Save Money
I am Prepared to to Give Prompt
Service on Your Chevrolet Car.
I bought the Vincent Motor Car Co.'s stock of
Chevrolet parts and have filled in with gen
uine parts from the factory. *Bring me your
car if you want prompt service.
W. Laurens St. Jas. H. Thomason, Prop.
ity in City Opera H-ouse
kce up the subject 'of more
I bring the ladies.