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Say "Bayer" and Insist!
Unless you see the name "Bayer" on
package or on tablet you are not get
ting the genuine Bayer '>roduct pre
r ribed by physicians ove. I w ,v- two
Yen3rs and Proved .,afe %,y n: 1;.r r for
Neuralgia Pain, Pain
Accept only "Bayer" package which
contains proper directions. Handy box
es of twelve tablets cost few cents.
Druggists also sell bottles of 24 and
100. Aspirin is the trade mark of
Bayer Manufacture of 'i.onoaceticacid
Cster of Salicylicacid.
Renew your health
by purifying your
ota 's I
The purified and refined ev
calomel tablets that are free al
from nausea and danger. ge
No salts necessary, as cc
Calotabs act like calomel na
and salts combined. De- oi
mand the genuine in I Oc ri
and 35c packages, bearing bi
above trade-mark. th
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M'rother, .you can save~ ou rsulf ma - tv
sejilss nitghIs by removijnt thre caus$ ('le
cofds -ay's gron. .Sour stomacrh. rarlic. was
..ds indrgestion.r howel trouble's and
feverishntess soon give way to a. few as
loses of D)r. Thornton's Fasv Teether lv r'.
.r ny'eVet powei&er is comp gosed o'f'
antisept ics. di1!statnts and( granrua roa
stirulants that work prickly and kee
harml('ssly on the st omarch . 'howelI 111
and kidneys. C' .'lon ri Mruso
ha ar TI rus o1 'i:e it ranrd ab whic1
liquid.: vrp m of1
For Iifte(en v~: year . ol d relIiab sli MI:
prescrinfrlion of a su..."serr ha~ . a'
e'inlist has brrght haundreds anrd 6 rr.rae
dIredsa of unrsolici ted testIimrrotnala frn conn
practicing physicianrs, drugsr r l
arppreciative motrhers. Its "eficeanc
has been proven breyo'ul shadfow o;, cess
doubt, If it fai~s to help your child when
your tret i i! '..red rn'n- virh.
ourt question. TIweove iPowders it lar
pkarge with fu:1 dire -tine for 2r5c far
.Sour dlrui'gst for D'r Thor'ntor'
Lasy Tete-detseet on
- 7 - - - -- - -tion
- . .... . ...d ren:
Try a sack of new dui'r
flour from the miii. cr
There is~ none~ Let
W~e Deliver It.
La.. ~ , S. C.wa
11GREST BRWGE IN CAROLINA
IS OPEN TO TRAVEL
I Magnificent Structure Completed by
(herokee County and Dedicated with
Gaffney, July :I.--Erected 70 feet
above the level of "Big Thicketty"
creek, and extending for a space of
100 feet, Cheroffee county this morn
ing threw open to public travel what
is declared to be the highest bridge
for vehicle travel in use east of the
Mississippi river and one of the high
est to be found anywhere in the Uni
.Present for 'he interesting exer
cises carried out this morning were
high officials of Cherokee county, mem
bers of the county and state highway
departments, delegations from Spar
tanburg and Greenville, and possibly
1,000 Cherokee county people. The
crowd made a brave showing when the
exercises nyere begun, and even those
who had the program in charge mani
fested suil)rtse tilat there 'was so
much interest taken.
The program proper. carried out in
:'herokee county's own inimitable
tyle, was declared to have been the
nost successful "get-together" occa
ion in the county's history and the
.ssertion was hazarded that the bridg0
xercises -would do much to cement the I
onds of affection which have existed
)r the past quarter of a century 'be
ween two of the most progressive and
rosperous counties in the Piedmont
action of South Carolina-1Spartan- t
ltrg and Cherokee. t
The hour set for this morning's ex- 1]
'cises to begin was 10 o'clock, but t
ng before that hour the stretch of e
agni~ficent to:)soil highway on the o
itional highway from Cherokee to Il
>artanbturg, leading from the point a:
here Gaffney's asphalt streets end, d
:ts fairly alive with automobiles of I
ery size, color and description, and ft
I of them loaded to the guards with b
od-roads advocates of Cherokee di
unty, hurrying to witness the culmi- it
tion of a long-cherished dream, the ke
ening of the splendid bridge over
ticketty creek to connect Sparta n- sI
rg an( Cherokee cotties and make w
at particular stretch of highway one
the finest to be found between Wash
-ton and Atlanta. While today's ,
'inal opening was a matter for which ,
people of Cherokee county and the *
erokee county highavay commission 0
solely and entirely responsible,
-etheless, Spartanburg county will
;) rich benefit from the magnificent [
>ovement and that accounts for the mI
t that Spartanlburg people 'wVhe jil
rly as much interested in the affair jo%
were Gaffnev and Cherokee peole. poll
le Greenville county will reap ben- N
in lesser degree and that fact is Sp
>onsible for the Greenville delega- %
being in attendance. N
his mor'ning's proram w in
ige of C \. I. .eadows, secretary of vav'
Gaffney Chamber of ('onmerce and
ident of the Gafflniey l otary ('lub,.
that genial presiding officer made Al
al "hit" with the Crowd fromt the heal
sentence that lie uttered. CRO
.W. C. 11am tick, lpresidenit of a larly
tg of G;aftney andt ('herokee couni
Ottttn mtills, anid ('Itatiman itof the thro
'okee county highway coimmtissioit, o
the first s)('aker', sheiing inutroducedl
hie miain wvho has -bent mote large
'spontsible thain any otther for1 goodl
s a nd spilendlid tbr iges in 'herto
('outtity. 'Dri. Ilamitc(k began lhis
e'ss 1)y reviein'%'g the tegislatiotn
h madtue piossible the c'Onstrutin
te Th icketty' br'idge' at a cost of
tly more than $-U,00t0, andl nar'
I th li d(iffiuIties5 and~ ha rdshitps ('it
tered( befot'e lhe s tuctui'e was tini
c'omtple'ted. ie led up to the sue
'ul conclusion of thte eniterprise,
thte contract -was formtally let
Se'ptemnbet', andl declartedl that so
is the Cherokee cotunty highway
nission1 is concerned,~ thte coimpie
of the 'bridge marks the fondest
a that body has cherished ever'
any such commission has exist-.
I'ON PRICES FOlt WEEK
et Reached 'Its Highest Quota
us About the Middle of the Trad
wy Orleans, La., July 23.Pices
depressed int a mojet'ate wvay
g almtost the whole of last wveek
e cotton market. E'arly dlecline's
ed the market to its lowest, ott
tore distant mtontths, to net loss
t:;'," oints, while in the late
tg Jutly anti October fell to their
;. not losses of 6l to 112 points.
C :. e f the week the market
it its htighest, S to 23 'points over'
lose of ,the -pr'eceding week. Ont
o05e the list shtowed net losses of
57 points. October traded as
as 22.00 cents a pound, as low as
and closed at 21.33. 1n the spot
tment prices lost 75 points on
ing, which closed at 21.75 against1
on the close of this week last
yh of the selling of the week
1one on the unfavora-ble striket
in this country and on an unfav
Opinlion of political new from -
dI. The tronhles amn the cal
mines aroused fear that mills woul
be seuiously put out. for fuel befori
long, while the rail strike caused un
easiness regarding transpootation fa.
tcilities for the new crop, now jus1
starting to move. The daily starting
up of gins in Texas, reports that cot
ton was opening fast in the mort
southern sections of that state, and
more or less hedge selling in connec
tion with it resulted in some selling
at times, but this sellng imovenent was
not general because of reports that
growers -were getttng high prices for
their new cotton, higher prices than
could be secured for old crop cotton,
and that buyers iwere eager to get ev
ery bale turned out. The first new
-bale of the Georgia crop was reported
and the official returns noted bolls be
ginning to open in South Carolina.
Only moderate selling arose from the
weather and crop news of week be
cause of fear that boll weevil damage
might, at any time, assume alarming
proportions, since the pest was re
Ported numerous in nearly all sec
tions of the belt.
tILLER URGES FARMERS
TO DRY OUT WHEAT
Iranleft & Habb Says Wheat (oming
to Mill is Too Damp to Grind Well.
,ditor The Advertiser:
We notice quite a lot of wheat corn
ng to the mill too damp to grind, and
,e would like, through your columns,
) advise the farmers who have wheat
) dry their wheat 'before bringing it
the mill. This can be done by sun
ing the wheat two or three iweeks. If
iey are not in need of flour at pres
it time they could spread their wheat
it on the floor and dry it this way.
takes longer to (ry this way but
iy method is all right so long as they
'y it well before bringing it to the
Ill. We are unable to make a satis
ctory turnout from wet wheat and
sides the flour will not keel). To
y the wheat thoroughly iwill harden
and thus be a means of helping to
el) same free of weevils.
This is a ver.y jinportant Matter and
ould be of interest to every farmer
10 has wheat.
BRAMIT ETT & BABB.
MADDEN NEIWS *
ladden, July 24.-laster Joe Pink
rtin has returned from a four
nths' visit to his brother and sisters,
Washington and *Baltimore. lie en
ed the stay much indeed, and re
'ts a wonderful time.
liss Frances Blakely, of Laurens,
lt the week-end with Mr. and Airs.
liss Robie ilIludgens, recently of Sa
i. N. C., is enjoying a two weeks'
No Worms In a Healthy Child
children troubled with Worms have an us
hy colr, which Indicates poor blood, and as a
there is more or I ess stomach distu'rbanoe.
VE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC given regu
for two or three weeks, will enrich the blood,
ove tihe digestion, and act as a general Strength
Tonic to the whole system. Nature will then
off or dIspel t he worms, and the Child wilibe
rfect health. Pleasant to take. 60c per bottle.
A clean si
Now is the tim
clearance sale d
No. 1 5
No. 2 S
new tire prices
-lowest cost mi/cage ever known
Effective July 20th, Goodrich establishes a re
price list that is a base line of tire value. It givc.
motorist the buying advantage of knowing that4 I .
ever size tire he selects is of the same quality - i
Goodrich one-quality standard. It gives him the lon.
est mileage, the most satisfactory service and the high.
est quality his money can buy. Results will prove that
it is impossible to buy tire mileage at lower cost.
Think of being able to buy
at such prices as these:
SIZE BASE LINE SIZE 13AF LINE
PRICE YB PRICE
30 x 31 C1. $13.50 34 x 4 S. B. $30.85
31 x 3.85 C1. 15.95 32 x 4 S. B. 37.70
30 x 31 S. B. 15.95 33 x 41 S. B. 38.55
32 x 31 S. B. 22.95 34 x 4f S. B. 39.50
31x4 S.B. 26.45 35 x 41 S. B. 40.70
32 x 4 S. B. 29.15 33 x 5 S. B. 46.95
33x4 S.B. 130.05 35 x 5 S . 49.30
No extra charge for ecise tax. This tax is /..~;i by cG .' is
New base line prices are also efcctive
on goodrich Fabric Tires
SIZE BASE LINE SIZE BASE LINE
30x3-"55" $9.65 32 x 4 S. B. Safety $21.20
30 x 31 -"55" 10.65 33 x 4 S. B. Safety 22.35
32 x 31 S. B. Safety 16.30 34 x 4 S. B. Safety 22.85
No extra charge for excie tax. This tax s paid by Goodrich
This revised p'rice list affords the motorist as
definite a guide to tire prices as Goodrich
Tires are the definite standard of tire quality.
THE B. F. GOODRICH RUBBER COMPANY,Akron, Ohio
I Summer Goods
veep of all summer goods. A record
ing sale to Clear our Counters and
make room for our house cleaning.
'to receive our fall and winter stock of
e for you to buy your hot weather goods at this
uring this week and next..
BURNS & CO.
Racket---.Two Department Stores in Lauren a
store 210 W. Laurens St., Next to Bramlett's Shop
tore North- Side of Public Square in Burns Block