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The Laurens advertiser. (Laurens, S.C.) 1885-1973, August 30, 1922, Image 6

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ASPIRIN
Say "Bayer" and Insist!
I'ic*k-. 'o - iw the 11 E "Bayelr" oil
.. iig I irian o : e iMT'It w)iC
"el diue y:i' for
T h le 12unba1go
l0hcu.uiatism
N u ia lain, l'ain
.\(ayer" package wvhitch
co nt un 1I dliretionls. I lan1dy box
t allet. ( Ost f r nS. lt
.)cjj bottles of '21 and
1004. .\ is the trad e m1aik o'
acliure of' M lnoaceticacid
'ster of . .yit acid.
Renew your health
by purifying your
system with
a
tni
and ..5c package, '>eari-:g
abovc ::ade.:ark.
66 (Iures Malaria. Chills. Fever.
Billous Fev er. Cold 1 and
(i.Grippe.
Outhouse
Odors'
--and dry up outhouse
deposits with Red Devil
Lye. Used two or three
times each week it keeps
such places odorlessi and
pe~asant, espiecially in: sumi
meir. So easy--you4l should
niot be~ without it,
Always demand thec genuine
Home
Ground
Flour
Try a sack of new
flour from the mill.
There is none bet
ter.
We Deliver It.
Bramlett
& Babb
Laurens. S. C.
S'NNX CORAL ISLE
PARADISE OF MEN
Woment Outnumber 3ales It to I tud
Heg Sailors to Stay and Wed.
lionoluili, 'T. .11., Aug. 25.-A sunny
coral isle in the South Seas whrie
lazy palms fringe the atolls and the I
woeitn1i. including young and .heauti- I
u,11 outnmilbier tie meln more than I I
to 1; where 3o cents lasts a imioith
this is the story told of Tagawa, an is- I
let of the l'llice group, by 'apt J. A.
T. Olsel, of the American schtooneor
Ilenriett, wrecked July 16.
('aptain Olsetn and 1illmbers of his
crew are in I lonolilu today with tie
Iltritish steamer l Hauraki. which pick
ed thiml op at Tagaway. and Is t:I i
Iteli to Saln Francisco.
And the Captain's tale follows:
"-Tagawa is ti only ha bita 'l -
land of the Ellice -roulp. It. ; It
tion colsists of I90 1tertsonts, of
only 12 are men.
"Oitl settooner was swltl t
Course alti otn to Nuhlialili looC
heavy seas.
"Wo struc1 vk a ttni LhI tand t dawni
we t ried forI the shore'. Ikfore we hiii
I the coral wt, saw nt1 iv,' imen1. clothad
otnly in loini cloths. usini g 11an ouit- a
rigger (calec into tlh' w ar. and11 with
Ihvir assistan ^ t' a dlt' short, ill
safetiy. I it i not haa1 1 tor thu na
tives \w promably nauld lave 0ot 0o1r
l i zi a'ti: tw a s \v .
hv'. 1.1 It I v 5)!i 0 t 11 r ( Vax - -S
- t n1 011 : woa
VI al S. a" I
- tsin my -acketI
10 n oBect. .Many din
,4vtn .n v.,.r honor and na- I.
r :n grass skirts periforned
no- forour annssenent.
-tants of the island are
r a a n-i al lead upright lives.
aa :ard time getting away.
a-nan wanted husbands and
aled wiLh its and coaxed us
-. Owing to the isolation of
n'. ost of the men of marriage
- aa have left it; soei have gone C
sailors and others are scat
-..... .ht the southern ocean
: iar wAst as Ats!'tralia. t
u( nr t wentieth day on the is- a
-rdmnT. P'. Bensen sighited the i:
fI thH seamer Itauraki. We u
'unt in our boat anad si'-1nalle'd re
,jnally catching the a tten
I .1 those aboard her, and they
\it wre not wortying, for if the
iraki hadl not sighlted uts we woutld
ave been-t taken off the island by thet
.'ainion .\issionartiy Society boat whlich
alls a' Tagawa twice each year."
-itENUI .MAN 4)' WAtR SINKSt
TPilltEE LiVEs LOST
ne of PrIdes of Navy Goes to Bottom
iln 75 Feet of Waite(r Near Brittanty'.
l4Orie~nte. France, Aug. 26.-Thte
attleship tFrance, 23,000) tons, one of
he pides of the F'rencht navy, struick
rnoc~k of Qu iberon bay In the dark
ass of early morning today andl werit
a the- bottomt in 75 feet of water.
All butt thlree of the 900 ofmeers and
ten of'the crow were rescutred ftonm
aft and lifeboats launched from tile
latt leshi p b)efore she took hler final
Thle .wrecked warshitp, which was
meC of fouri Frenctt battleship~s of the
irst line, was retutrning from the
ight manuleuivers to her anchoring
daca' at Potrt ' atlgumen, when at I
a'loak this tm'oring she ran otn a
lden rock tying 23 feet below tile
arface. A great gash was torn In
he stleetlii hul of the dlreadauatght. She
'imainted afloat an hour, giving thei
rew enought tIme for -hutirled escape I
nI boats. Thetn the doomedt crtaft slow
K- .s(ttled'a, turn ed on her side andj
went down. She lies on the bottomi
ilnd !s considtered a total wreck.
The wr'eck{ oWcurred in the tortuous
wlters' of Quilberon hay ab~out 20
mileCs southI east of herec on the Britanya
('ot. 'The swift curmrenits abouniding
thi(ere are suppilosed to have swept the
warshiii slightly frotm -her coutrse. The Ib
delect ion was su clent, however, to
arty br-rP stnarely and head-on, over
tie poinited irock known, and charted,
butt dtangerouisly concealed beneath
te wat 'r in this tpart of the bay. T~he
mlomen~itumii drove tihe huge shlip for
war Id onto theo rock. It was ioped at
first to distodge her with the help of
the sidl'ettrrent, which wa stravelinig 1
2 knots. But tis proved toab oImnpos
sible, ats the warship was pinned solid
ly on the roek whiicht projected into hr
itolti, I
[ieriitii l{Me lnt ('eliectiemis In ''liscal
Year P192 Fall M)Y 310re Thn a il
Ilon Dlollars.
WashinlgS ton. A u. 27.----i nternal
evenet, Collections fell off $1.398,000,
Ht0 inl Ih, imit year 1922 as compareld
x it Ithe year h. lt',ore reflect Ing t he
msinless dtp its. ont w iich swept over
he ICountr11y. C'osts to thet governm'nt
)t' col lectig t I'he I t xes went up I
-enlts for every A100.
Toa .1 o ct ion:; of $ : 7. 97.00 0. 0
\vpa e withl -$ .~1 .i 10.000
1. w re reporI til ill a 're
;ttelntlnt issued today b
kv01nUet' OmmIInis.;ionler u
I o gathering t h i S s I I
r i st I Int I o
I.ore.
I uconue and
A
ew York i-. S 2 .' d crese :.i
r C. a
'igna$..8. ecre .
Ilvin Tte Wns ut.We i7:
\ 1k ' " deres
Disb ~a:olid~ with Ved. .'".dce
in: E.r Trter. superinten de ofth
ity Resue misio h.*).ere n ion-4J
l)I1y knwn it evnedit.wagrnea
Ivorce today fromi Mrs. Lottie \l. Tr'ot
Wr, whose Suit for separate mainten
nee was dIismi ss'! at the samte t ime.
S"broke" but plans tt star all over
gain, he stated here tonight.
rls. Tr'tter't xpressed su rprise and
isp1leasure c at t he verid et. "They bave
ertainly rubbewd it into me." she
aid. in a case of that kind where
o many serio'us charges are made.
omt. one must suffer bitterly and I'm
he victim."
.\rs. Trotter indicated also she was
Lt satisfie'd with the alimony awarded
y the court tinder which she receives
furnished home, $3.f.00 in property
rm which the rental amounts to
125 monthly.
Her princi: al allegation against
er husband was based on the arent
ge of a child born to Trotter's sec re
ary, Mliss Florence Mloody, in 19 17.'
he court held there was no evidtence
o substantiate the charge that Trot
er wasi the father of the child. or that
a had conducted himself with other
omen in an unbecoming manner.
They Weren't So Slow Then.
Fromn the death notices of a New
Eork paper, January 21. 1804: "In
'iRgland. Jiohn Tucker a soiiler in
%slford barracks liIe diaed at 4 o'clock
I the hornsing before 12 in the sante
lay his widow was married to anoher
nan, and in the evening the happy.
1o1ple followed the corpse of the first
ausind to the grave as chief miourn
A TWICE-TOLD TALE
One of d ateret to Our tenders
Good news bears repeating, and
hen it is confirmed after a long bnpse
>f time, even if we heaitated to be
lve it -at first hearing, we feel secure
n accepting Its truth now. 'rTe fol.
owing exiperience of a Laurens wo
nan is confirmed ufter three years.
Mrs. 'B3. T. 'Bleop, 516 Cedar' St.,
rave the following statement Mlarch
6, 1910: "My back ached so I could
iardly get around and I 'was tired and
orn out. I could hardly btendi and
rhen 1 did( it was almost impiossible to
traighten again. My head aehted so
[could hardly stand it and I was
ervous. 'Mornings my back was sore
nd lame and my ankles bloated so I
sould hardly got my shoes on. I heard
ibout iLsoan's Kidney (Pills and after
isng sthem I was entirely ridI of the
ruble."
On Janualry 25, 1922 sMrs. inlishop
aid: "The cure' D)onn's~ KIiney P'ills
ave me .has bheen a lasting one. i
ave been fooling just fine ever sInce
mnd a'm glad to renow my .former state
'Price 60c, at all deillers. Don't sim
ly ask 'for a kidney r'emedy--get
kan'wsj<idney Pills--thie samie that
Vrs, Dishop had, i3'oater--Milburn Co.,
'Ifr, ufl
-4 .~
I W,
MW~ M s-: T MAR ES ME ANGRY, I P)AID
BESIDES T-HE EXPEN E TR!P To THE C
M 77.- YE, C% DQESSS ARE EX
BY THE SANEjL- MA-FCTRE T I BOU>LC
TRIPS ARE E:
The large city stores can show no be
the home store. Ready-to-wear garmen
ries and placed on the market through th<
the home store makes his selections the s,
ers and from the same designs. The abov
should be a lesson to all out of town shop
MORAL:---Contentment is wealth; di
R. W. Willis H. L. Rope
Furniture of AU Kinds Lumber, Doors, .
Musical Instruments We Can Furnish Yo1
for Your Hi
We Invite Your Inspection
Laurens Drug C. WhartoT Clo
Pure Drugs, Toilet Articles,TeMa'
StationeryThMa'
''The Rexall Store'' Cash Clothiers --
S. M. & E. H. Wilkes yeI
& Company
House Furnishers Dry Goods, Shoea
Furniture, Stoves, Chinaware, Ready-to-y
Tinware
EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME PAY US A
MitrCompany Laurens
Cash Department Store BteyC
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, W'lar tatri
SHOES, MILTJINERY East Laurens Stre
Advertiser Printing oeDu
Company * PoeDu
Printers and Publishers Drugs and Medicine
Read The Advertiser and Keep ViroaanV(
Up With the Home NewsVitoaanVc
Wells Clardy Co. Peoples L
Two Big Stores Exchange
Capital 8100
Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, LAURENS' OLD
Notions W. A. WATTS,
C. W. TUN4E,
J. C. Burns & Co. 'William S<
Home of Reliable J(
RED IRON RACKETSoon
More Goods for Same Money, If boe wok
Same Goods for Less Money ye wgil
Laurens Coca Cola Home Furn
Bottling Co.NxtoPo
Quench the Thirst With a Bottle
of Delicious Coca Cola Furniture, Stoves,
Buy it By the Crate ery---0mplo Hoi
CARRYTERIA W. H. H4
GROCERIES O)PTOMET
"See Ifongh to
Quality High Prices Low Watches and Jewe
nn um ana,.aDiamonds Re:
lire
FOR AN EXCLUSIVE DESIGN,
ITY TO GET iT.
ACTLY THE SAME., THEY WElrRE M,
H T MINE AT OUR HOME STOR E.
KPENSIVE
tter, or more exclusive designs than
ts are manufactured by large facto
ir representatives. The buyers at
ime as do the large city store buy
e illustration is self-explanatory and
pers.
,Dsatisfaction is poverty.
- & -Co. BENCHOFF'S
nsh Blinds 5 & 10.Cents Store
ir Entire Bill ''Buy it in1 Laurens''
use. WEST SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE
thYiOOr. Dai-oeC.
ALYr Store TEpartno Stor
,uataterhyMoor moeecusvoeigsta
tAre manfatued 20y largie fandPtos
torage Thuesuer Ntoat
emllsatiny s Bi-e ankr n
& C-oJ.ADAMHFPrSdn
;os Beince EO. 10 BLAELY, Sorer
UStrPon 44 EYOU AIDEOUBLIC SLIAITB
Companyo ThePincoe Co.tr
DefAlpads NtOnyfrtAsment utfo
storecod
"LHuEs BeSTore-QaLiy
Suitk MeMd tS.
Pra EdntAsery Mo ulntor o.f
Cothin Dodg Brohr Motorkwers
ltasrrne n ttoe
ide d PoFIe 20 ServieOLn UParts
iturae Lareo.aioa
J.pCaShll B Copan
Th. 3.AAMiSy Presient
Rus, Servicek-. H L KE Y ahe
'-noniser Yoice AVgeItlS i SLIsonE
RISTt.nl.Ty or HAuseme Bu0.o
Se ofll" HadDvrsione Agtricustural Impue.
tr ecaord Tme, BET SPpOTsPans,
Pqre et Ais frihs Ooring Lofs
Cashier.....

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