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Colds & Headache
"For years we have used Black-Draught in our family,
and I have never found any medicine that could take its
Splace," writes Mr. H. A. Stacy, of Bradyville, Tenn. Mr. Sta- H
cy, who is a Rutherford County farmer, recommends Black
Draught as a medicine that should be kept in every house
hold for use in the prompt treatment of many little ills to pre
vent them from developing into serious troubles.
"It touces the liver and does the work," Mr. Stacy
declared. "It is, one of the best medicines I ever saw for a
cold and headache. I don't know what we would do in our
family if it wasn't for Black-Draught. It has saved as many P
dollars . . . I don't see how any family can hardly go with- U
out it. I know it is a reliable and splendid medicine to keep E
In the house. I recommend Black-Draught highly and am
never without it."
At all druggists.
Accept No Imitations .1g
T ELL your dealer you want
to see a Fisk Tire beside any
other he offers you. He has it
in stock or can get it. See for
yourself what the Fisk Tire has
to offer in extra size and strength,
how its resiliency compares when
you flex the tire under your hand,
how the depth of the, non-skid
tread looks beside other treads.
This is the way to buy tires?
There's a Fisk Tire of extra value in every size,
for car, tr ck or speed wagon
ARE SOLD BY
CTY VULCANIZING STATION.
Vacanizing of the Better Kind"
IAUJRENS, s. C.
WEEVILS ALREADY APPEARING
County Farm Demonstrator Finds
Great Number of Them in Travels,
Over the County.
"In my travels over the county I
him finding a great many boll weevils
on the small cotton," said County
Farm Demonstrator C. L. Vaughan,
.It is natural for them to start this
early and there is no use of the peo
ple becoming alarmed for we have
them and have plenty to go a great
deal of damage this year. The weevils
don't do very much harm now, only
kill a great many of the buds.
"A areat deal of the cotton is dying
from too much rain and cool nights
but you -.ill very seldom find a stalk
dead from the weevil injury. The wee-.
vils are just sucking the sap now in
undter thaL 01t) y ina ie and mpunc
ture and lay their eggs in the squares.
"Many of the peo:>le have already
started picking off the live weevils and
it is - very good practice for every
one hilled now will mean more cotton
made this year.
"It has been estimated that a pair
of weeils and all their progny in one
season will iroduce twelve million.
that is if all were to live but the
Lord is with us and nature kills mil
lions for us. if it didn't it would nc:
be possible for us to make a boll of
"Every man has a chance to make
a little cotton but he will have to do
his part toward fighting."
YEARLY HONORI ROLL
Supt. G.asque Announces Yearly lionor
Roll of Local Sehools.
Supt. 11. W. Gasque has announced
the year!y honor roll (if the local
schools, as follows:
Eleventh Grade-~jebecca Adams,
iAllie Gosnell, Eula Mae Martin, Louise
Smith, Grace Taylor, Sarah Eliza
Tenth Grade-Sarah Katherine
-Barksdale, Roy Gaston, Winifred Sit
Nitnh Grade-Janie Holmes Davis,
Mary Goodwin, Paul Philpot, Sa rah
Eighth Grade, A Section-Willie
Kate Baldwin, James .\lachen, Pascal
Eighth Grade, B Section-FrankI
Roper, Elizabeth Thompson.
Eighth Grade, C Section-Cothran
.\eCravy, Miller McCuen, Perrin
Seve'ith Grade, A Section-Legare
Blackwell, Collyar Barksdale, Sara
Seventh Grade, B Section-Annie
Power, Gertrude Templeman, Mar
Sixth Grade, A Section-Mary Ball,
Mixth Grade, B Section-Bruc
Thompson, larriett Todd, Martha
Fifth Grade, A Section-None.
Fifth Grade, '3 Section-Irene Todd,
Mary Dell Rowland.
Fourth Grade, A Section-None.
Fou rth Grade, B ,Section-Louis
Wham, C. T. -Squires, .Jr.
T1hird Grade, A Section-Eily
Third Grade, B Section-Margaret
M~cCravy, Louise Taylor, Clemiegene
Secondl Gradle, A Section-IDorothy
'Hunmbert, Martha Susan Briggs, James
D~avis, 'Charles Crews.
Second Grade, B Section-'Mary
Elizabeth Squires, Maudaline Sullivan.
Pirst Grade, A Section--William
Bolt, Maurice Cannon, William Hipp.
First Grade, B Section--Rachel Nor
wood, Frances Putnam, Laura Madden.
Laurens Mill School
Second Grade-Loree Busby, Elvira
Cannon, -Beulah TDavis..
Third Grade--41mer Dav$.
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* 'I Professor Nystromi's Figures *
* -Professor Nystrom figures that *
* out of each dollar that a consumer '
* sp~ends with a mall-order house, *
* twenty per cent goes toward tihe *
* cost of the mail-order house and *
* ten -per cent for the cost of mail- *
* ordIer tr'ansportation, a .total of *
* thirty per 'cent. Out of every dol- *
* lar sp~ent at a local store, twelve *
* per' cent is for' the wholesaler's *
* lpost, two per ent for transporta-+
* tion and sixteen per' cent for ine*
" retailer, a tott4l of thirty per cent. *~
* Thus the costs of doing business *
* ar'e the same, b~ut the mail-order *
* meinthodl has three distinct dis.adl- *
* vantages for' the consumer':' (4) .*
* Interest is lost on money paid in
* advance. (Whore one mail-order *
* house .somnetinmes receives more *
*: than ne million doll1ars4 in a sin- 4
*ledythe interest on this money *
* for- the time .prior to the reebipt *
* of the goods is' considerable). (2) *
* iJhlay in receiving the goods and *
* in exchanging goods. (3) im')os- *
*' sibility of examining merchandise *
* pf'evlous to receipt of goods. *
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Don't throw them away wi
of a new pair by having them rej
Remember, our service isn't that
the highest type of Shoe Repair
like that turned out by the factor
No matter in what conditic
can fix them for you and return I
new. Costs are so low in compai
J. W. FU L
Laurens Street, Next
More than a (
*Fuel for Your
WHEN we introduc
anced gasoline las
motorists was enthusic
brief trial to become<
sands of new friends.
In the manufacture of this ge
desired properties from the c
ing and maximum mileage.
When your gasoli
-Polarine- you shu
1. Chronic overheating
2. Valve seats pitted with carbon
3. Gummed valve stems'
4. Uneven running, caused by eylin
5. Contamination of the lubricatir
6. Necessity for frequent carburete
7. Vile odor from the exhawag caus
plete combustion or wasted po
8. Spark plugs fouled.
* ~ Look out for these symp tome."ST ANDJ
G ASOLINE wvill help you in'avoiding
Uqe a good oi---Polarine.
STANDARD OIL C(
en you can save the price
)aired here in the modern way.
of an ordinary cobbler. It is by
Machinery made. Our work is
>n your shoes may be, we
:hem to you looking almost like
rison to the price of a new pair.
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to Blakely's Market
ed our improved, bal.
t year~ the response of
Estic. It needed but a
established with thou
They have stayed with
soline we combine the most
regles to give you quick start
ne is right -and
'ly cared for by
~uld not find
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