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They are
GOOD! 10
buy this Cigarette andSave Money
Calomel Good
but Next Dose
may Salivate
It is Mercury, Quicksilver,
Shocks Liver and Attacks
Your Bones
Calonel salivation is horrible. It
swells the tongue, loosens the teeth and
starts rheuiatimn. There's no reason
why a person should take sickening, sali
vating calomuel when a few cents buys a
large bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone-a
perfect ubstitute for caloiel. It is a
pleasant vegetable liquid which will
start your liver just as surely as
calomel, but it doesn't make you sick
and can not salivate.
Calomel is a dangerous drug, besides
it may make you feel weak, sick and
nauseated tomorrow. Don't lose a day's
work. Take a spoonful of Dodson's
Liver Tone instead and you will wake up
feeling great. No salts necessary. Your
druggist says If you don't find Dodson's
Liver Tone acts better than treacherous
calomel your money is waiting for you.
6 Cures Malaria, Chflls, Fever,
BilIous Fever, Colds and
LaGrippe.
To Stop a Cough Quick
take HAYES' HEALING HONEY, a
cough medicine which stops the cough by
healing the inflamed and irritated tissues.
A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE
SALVE for Chest Colds. Head Colds and
Group Is enclosed with every bottle ol
HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The salve
should be rubbed on the chest and throal
of children suffering from a Cold et Croup
The healing effect of Hayes' Heaing Honey In
sid the throat combined with the healng effect 0n
Groves 0-Pen-Trate Salve through the pores o
the skin soon stops a cough.
Both remedies are packed In one carton and the
cost of the comhined treatment is 35o.
Just ask your druggist for HAYES
HEALING HONEY.
~ ELL your
Ato see a Fis
* ~ other he offerE
. in stock or eai
yourself what
to offer in extra
how its resilienc
* ~ you flex the tire
how the depth
tread looks bes
This is the way
There's a Fisk Tire of
for car, truck
/
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CITY VULCAM
"Vulcanizing <
LAUR
TARtWF CHARGE MADE BY SMITH
South. Carolina Senator' Talks of
AdSenic.. For One Interest.
Washington, July 21.-0levolopments
today in the senate consideration of
the administration tariff bill included:
Material reductions in most of the
duties originally -proposed on' pro
ducts of flax, hemp and jute.
A charge oy Senator Smith (Demo
crat) of ?South Carolina that the ri.o
of two cents a pound on white arsenic
was %written into the bill for the sole
benelt of "the great Guggenheim
smelting interests."
The introduction of a resolution by
Senator 'Gooding ('Republican) of Idaho
proposing a public investigation of the
claim of clothing producers that the
proposed rate of 33 cents a !pound on
scoured iwool -would -result in an in
crease of a'bout"$4 ini the price of a
suit of clothes and $7 In the price of
an overcoat.
Senator Smith brought up the ar
senic rate in the midst of consideration
of the linen schedule and promised that
when the senate came to Ilnal action
oil the arsenic paragraph he would go
into details as to whom the tariff -would
benefit and upon whom it would rest.
lie characterized the proposed duty
'as "the most shameless favoritism for
one Comiination and one set of men)
and estnimated 'that it would cost the
cotton 'producers alone $17,000,000 a
year.
Cailing attention that arsenic wag
a "by-product which the smelters werc
required 'by law to contain because of
the damage It had done to vegetatioi
Inear the snilters," LSenator Smith
said the smelting interests were nol
even willing to contribute a by- pro
duct to the general 'welfare of thi
country "but hasten to congress t<
!get a duty on it."
Senator Smoot (Republican) of Utal
denied that arsenic duty would cos
the cotton farmers $18,000,000 a year
On the :basis of the total of domesti
production and importation he said .thi
total increased cost could not excee<
$400,000 a year.
'Des-pite some extraneous discussiot
the senate made unusually rapid pro
gross on the flax schedule, disposing o
all of it except four items, includin
the rate on cotton bagging. The Dem
ocrats led by Senator Robinson of Ar
kansas sought to effect even greate
reductions in the duties than those pro
posed 1by the committee majority 'bu
every amendment offered was rejected
The Quinine. That. Does Not Affe
the Head
Because of its tonic and laxative el
feet. LAXATWEI BROMO QUININ
(Tablets) can be taken by anyon
without causing nervousness or ring
ing in the head. E. 'W. GROVE'S si
nature on box, 80c.
dealer you want
k Tire beside any
you. He has it
a get it. See for
:he Fisk Tire has
size and strength,
~y compares when
under your hand,
of the non-skid
ide other treads.
to buy tires!
extra value In every siXe,
or speed wagon
em Time to Re-tfre?
TIRES.
SOLD BY
UZING STATION
if the Better Kind"
ENS, S. C.
BETTER SOLDIER THAN LOVER
Great Duke cf Wellington Somewhat
Awkward In His Courtship
of Jenny Lind.
In his book of reminiscences, Ar
thur Coleridge, a great-nephew of the
famous poet, gives ain Interesting ic
count of Jenny Lind. IHe was her
Intimate friend for 20 years. He tells
the following story of the primai donna
and the duke of Wellington:
"In four months after her arrivat
in London the old warrior had be
coie i captive to the elchanltress.
Ile courted the lady so ostentatious
1y as to rouse the jealousy of the
Italian faction; his entlhushisn, was
rather awkward at timmes to the ob
ject of his iomiage. I have her own
aituthority for saying that the duke
always arrived early and seated
himself in his box on a level with
tihe stage. Directly he saw Jenny
Lind he opened fire: 'Good evening,
Miss LInd, how are you tonight?
All right, I hope.' These well-meant
ittermnces were a trille out of place
at the particular time, for the Lucia.
Ainina, or I)auglter of the Itegi
mient was always so absorbed in her
part a1s to be out of touch with all
outside influence."
FLAPPER HAD KINDLY HEART
Just Goes to Prove That One Is Not
Always Safe In Judging by
Appearances.
She got oi the interurban car a few
stops the other side of Greencastle
last week-a typlcal little flapper with
bobbed hair, an abundance of paint
on her cheeks, short skirt and imita
tion of a blouse, and she flirted with
every available man in sight. Across
the aisle was an old-fashioned girl,
the sort you see In pictures.
IEvery one of the latter's glances
toward the little flapper were full of
scorn. But when they reached Green
castle a little Japanese girl got on the
car. And then both of the girls
watched her.
A few miles out df town the Jap
anese girl became Ill. The old-fash
loned girl sat aloof, but the little
"flapper" inimediately got interested,
moved over to her, patted her cheek
and then straightened her on the seat,
taking the other glrl'c head in her lap.
If a vote could have been taken for
the most popular girl on the train the
"flapper" would have taken first, last
f and all honors.-Indianapolls News.
Worth Recording.
A Washington woman had scrimped
for a long time to take a trip to t'ana
ma. A man very much younger than
- herself, in the deck chair beside her,
t was making the voyage for the good
1. of a frazzled nervous system. He was
a whimsical youngster, who could Joke
at his own ups and downs, and she
was used to boys, so they talkegl of
this and that until at last the subject
came around to the thing that makes
the traditional mare go. The woman,
still dazed at the Aladdin-like power
that could tran.nute small economies
into a fairy world of blue ocean bil
lowing Into blue sky, took her turn
at the conversation by voicing civiliza
tion's oldest platitude:
"Money talks, doesn't it?"
"It sure does, though my money
only knows two words-'Good bye."'
And the woman has- brought it home
as one of her good little stories.
The Church FaIr.
'ithe suburban woman and her sev
enteen-year-old son, George, went t<
the church fair. .The fair, like mos
church fairs, was costing the womam
a great deal of money. It w'as
chance on this and a chance on that
A few articles ahe bought outright
SInce she was wvell known and he
husband's salary was also a matter e
town- gossip, all her friends who hat
charge of booths insisted upon he
buying tyid buying.
All tis continual handing out none;
was too much for George's comnpre
henslon. Hie couldln't seemi to undet
stand~ the cause of it all. Fliall3
whenk his mother wa-Is free I'or a fem
moments, he looked at her serlousl
and1( asked, "'Mammna, (10 we have to pa
to get out?"-Chicago Journal.
Cuts the World's WhIskers.
The Ameriean safety razor is give
the credlit of having conquered thi
Spanish bleard. On account of thi
heav'liess of theIr beards, the Spanis
men generally' shave much less tha
those of other countries and the ri
suIt wa'ms they presentedl a rathier tm
shorn appearance. The visit to tt
biarbier was a serious matter andl t
Spaniard selected his biarber as othi
mna wouldl select a dlentist, the or
that was least paInful. But tI
American safety razor Is saId to hai
overcome this and the men are n
only enabled to shave themnselves, bi
to shave more frequently.
.Penny-urlous, So to Speak.
A man who had just opened a sto
in a strange town was interrogata
one of his early customers Onl the pu
chasing power of the citizens.
"Nowv, there's Deacon Brown."
said. "lie has the reputation of bem
wealthy. Would he lbe likely to spe
much money in here?"
"Wa-al.." drawled tihe native, refit
tively, "I wouldn't exactly say th
he'd go to hell for a nickel, but he
fishl around fer one till he feli in."
Salt Lake Telegram.
A PrIvilege of Youth.
Mrs. Ohttterton-Oh, Henry;' wh
de you think? LIttle Richard is 1
ginning to talk.
Her Husband-Good luck to hir
it's more than I've been able to
in this house, Hlow did -be ever i
the chanet _*
JI
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HOVE 0A/B?: SO THAT IS THE GREAT BARGAIN YOU 5ENT AWAY FOR.
/S4A: YES, BUT I AM AFRAID WE MADE A GREAT MI3TAKE.
W/FE: I WILL ADMIT THE TONE DOES NOT GOMPARE WITH THE ONE YOU
WANITE 'i ELL US, BUT THEY HAVE OUR MONEY NOW.
DISSATISFACTION
We have here the family who after hearing the finely-toned and at
tractive offerings of their home merchants chose to send their money to a
distant city for a piano that was described in the old stereotyped way as "just
as good" and which was offered for a few dollars less, not considering the ex
pense of freight, drayage and tuning. The reward of their act was the rea
lization that they received an inferior piano.
MORAL:---Satisfaction is the outcome of patronizing your home music
dealer.
Wells Clardy Co. Peoples Loan & A. L. Mahaffey
Two Big Stores Exchange Bank
capital $100,000.00FIS ASBAEe
Dry Goods, Olothing, Shoes, LAURENS' OLDEST BANK FIRST LASS BAKER
Notions W. A. WATTS, President Ask for Our Pullman Loaf
C. W. TUNE, Ca.9hier
J. C. Burns & Co. William Solomon L. B. Blackweli
Home oe ReBal JewelerH
RED IRON RACKET Solomon Says: Printer and Stationer
More Goods for Same Money, it Better Work Can Be Done, OFFICE & SCHOOL SUPPLIES
Same Goods for Less Money HeWill Do It.
Laurens Coca Cola Home Furniture Co. J.CShl&Copn
Botln Co Next to Post OfficeThFaiyGoe
ofnc D~heli ocat Co l Furniture, Stoves, Rugs, rock-Th Fa ly rcr
Buy it By the Crate ery-Complete Home Furnishers Choice Vegetables in Season
CARRYTERIA W. H. H UGH Jones-Taylor Hardware Co.
-GROcERIEs "See Hiough to see Well" Hardware, Agricultural Imple
' Quality High Prices Low Watches and Jewelry Repaired mnents, 31ii1 Supplies, Paints,
y On the square S on Riemo Sua. Oils, Varnishes, Sporting Goods.
R. W. Willis H. L. Roper & Co. BENCHIOFF'S
nFurniture of AlU Kinds Lumber, Doors, Sash Blinds 5 & 10 Cents Store
e Musical Instruments *We Can Furnish Your Entire Bill ''Buy it in Laurens''
nWe Invite Your Inapection fo orHue WEST SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE
Laurens Drug Co. WatnCohn o ai-oe o
r Pure Drugs, Toilet Articles, TeMnsSoeDprmn tr
e0 ~ 1 'Ationery 'LuesBs tr-ult
e ''The Rexall Store"''hCohes-Sut eMd tS.
it S. M. & E. H. Wilkes HmnLryEseb oo o
& Company
House FurnishersDrGodSoCltigDogBrtesMoras
Furniture, Stoves, Chinaware,RedtoWaPhn20 SrvcadPrs
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Cash CopanylBthter -CSuptany
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