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deposits with Red Devil
Lye. Used two or three
times each week it keepT"
such placeu <ot'les:' :ianti
ple-asan1t,ese aly n u -
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not be without it.
Always dmaind M/:e geniuiic
We Have Unlimit
5, 7 or 1
Inspection of property and clef
be made withinl a few days a
STATE & CITY BA
.4F.E OUR LOCAL F
Sat isfi c
and aids a
A VIRl,, TWO MEN,
LONELY CABIN,' TROUBLE
hie awesomo stillness of grozen
The .whispering (iulet of giant, snow
weighted sentinel trecs
A primitive man
A itan sick of women and14 tired of
Aln innocent girl thrown upon them
by chance -
And a cabin in the midst of the lone
I'iit Itese ailto gether, they spell
tronbll". And so they do in tile
l'niversal ..ewel product ion "The
Stot im," starring 1ouse Pt40rs at the
I'-incess Theatre Iext Alolday and
it is a. picture of top no allibre,
wiit h \ltat Moore, ViI-ginia Valli, .Josef
Swickard. Gordon '.l(ee and Fanl-.k
.annitng ili support of Peters, directedl
byli egina l liarker, the prodieer of
"The Old Nest."
1aindont .\McCormick w rot e the play
from which the picture was adaped
.!nd whien made New York stage his
lory. "The Stor" was tihe ensatioll
of, a zvusonI anld . dr.1aate possibil1
iti we; r readily re-'ogrizeiI by I'ni
To Cure k Cold in Otte Day
Va! e A Nx.VVO1-:0 QVININ. (Tablet-0 It
.G0V I:S ! ri. ntuure u each box. :19e.
-d Funds to Loan
inito commitment to loan cant
ter application is submitted.
NK & TRUST CO.
N TRUST CO.
ivan & Wilson
I at Law
, S. C.
Is the sweet tooth
ppetite and digestion.
s mouth and teeth.
t boon to smokers,
hot, dry mouth.
nes pleasure and
niss the joy of the
LEY'S P-K-the sugar
~ppermiint tid bit!
CI'TAD , OPENS
BIG NEW PLANT
FIrst 40 Year Period of Military
School's History Closed in 1882, Sec
ond I 1922.
Charleston, Sept. 17.-'The Citadel,
the military college of South Carolina,
will open it Its splendid now plant at
.llmpi1ton park on -September 20, when
the older cadets will report for duty.
ThIs opening marks a new era ii the
history of this famous institution.
Foinded In 18-13, and modelled upon
the military system in vogue at West
Point, the instituttion has found
through all its fruitful years, a high
utility in its discipline as a training
for citizenship no less thban as a school
of the sohlier. The lirst 'period of its
history was brought to a close ill 1865,
wlien thle federal torces Occupied Char
leston and (he Confederate states fell.
Of tle graduates of this first period,
tile records show that 86 per cent vere
Ili I lie service of the Confcderacy, and
.13 gave up theilr lives for the cause.
The buildings were .0ccupied by tnited
St ates troop.; from I16 until 1882.
whIn colgress ordered th return of
1he property to the state, and it was
rtoptented as . amilitary College. The
t0 yeairs frot 1%%12 to 1852 marks the
first pe-riod of Citadel history.
1ly a Atriking' co icidelive, tle see
til .1riod covers exactly the saie
nubiher ot yoars, -10, 1882-11922. Du r
ingI thIis second period the iInstitution
has gr own in itsefl ness, influece and
in iii1itlbeS. It enlarged its borders
at Marion %iuare until finally it cov
uriil all the available property of the
state -taking over the city guard house
p loperty in 191,1%. adding a Fourth story
to th limain ulilding in 1910 and -build
iln h lit'. \c ting street extelsction the
litxt y Wa. When the \orld War be
ani, even those onlhirged facilities were
Irtly iaduate to ciiomiodate the
students who desired to combine mill
tary training with their acadelnie
a studit's. lin these war years, 100 per
cetit of tie graduates went into tle
.ried torces of tlie t'nited States. One
of the irst South Varolinians to fall
in 'rantce was I.ient. John Davis, a
gtaduate of the Citadel in the class
of wi. Of the 20 classes graduated
in ithe year preceding tlte World War,
58 per ceit were in tle 1'. S. service.
The actiial number was about 325 of
whom about 1:'0 were in the American
Exe30ditiConarly force. Of these latter,
s;x wer Iiilled in actioin and 16 others
Thite Se'ttcl -10 year period of the
Citade's history closed with the com
mecement onl .une 1 :1. last, when the
board of visitors gave instructions fo.
the ccliege to he mtovcd to the new site.
'Tlie third period of tle Citadel's
history bogins, therefore, with the oc
upation of its new plant at H1ampton
Park on Septemttber 20. Visitors to
Chark Stonl, who have inspected ithe
111lat. have cxpressed not only admir
ation hut donder at t le size andt]
equipmieint of ithe buildings and the
beauty of lthe grounds, and say with
out hesitation that it is one of tIc
most coilete and attractive college
ph-uits In the soth.
F'Qli STlATlI- FAlIt
.Miiny likquiic~t for. Splace indieate
Suiecess of Ap lproachtling Event,
(Col umbia, Sept. 161.--TPhe coming
Sotth Carolina state fair gives promnise
if bing~p a reorotd breaker in each and~
everyV the artmient.
lai-Irly retuiectsa for atatll and jIen tes
i raat ion in suire the lin est shtow of li vt
stock (tver sta3ed( in thtis state. Tile
re' cgan il w OW(atrtle har inow under tti
cotri uct ion will stable 500 head of
ta ttle, w hilei accommodaotliions for 300
anttimalIs wil b1 e provuuided in the build(
ing tormer'ly devoted to the POulItrty
show. Acdditilonal pens arie beintg pire
ipared foir tho swvine exhibit. whtich in
iinmber andc (quality ' .uIll far execeI the
mnagnlficent show of last year. 'The
iouti try exhtibi t will irequiire alm tost
dioulde thle apace of former years. The
extentsion servlce of ('lenmson college,
untder tile direct supervision of Dr. W.
W. Long, will recqutire 0,000 squmare feet
of apace for its edlucational displays.
Clemtson college tinder the direction
of Prcsident W. M. Riggs, will install
an exhibit requtiring approximnately 3,
000 squai're feet of space, while the
honme dlemonst rat ion exhibit, under the
udirect Ion af Miss Christine South. will
requtire a similar amount of apace. Thte
Premium exhibits in agiricutlturai and
hotrtictiltural departmients will be
mlore numerl~ous than In the Past and~
the samte IS true of the udisplays in the
art and1( womnan's de'partments,
it keepting wvith the high standard
or the eduicitional features, the mlanl
agemenut has arrangedl an amusement
ptrogramn extraordlina ry. -Harness and
riunning iaes~ are programmed daily,
while bectween the hteats of the r'aces
visitors w'Ill be entertained with a
comtplete circus program, incluiding
stellar nets of dharing, skill aind com
('dy by stars of the_ saw dust arena.
Five dlays will he. 4evoted to horse
r'acing, On~ the clQoiDg .dato;Satutday
Gottober 2$ey~)oteasoi e ~ 9
The Johnny J. Jones Sohows, with Its I
myriads of tented attractions and rid
ing devices will be found on the joy
Plaza. 10ach night a stupendous dis
play of fireworks will be presented.
The combined amusement program is
Ihe grandest ever attempted in South
K.'arolina. The fair grounds proper
will present it most ipleasing appear
alice. On every side ilowering embell
Ishmients will greet the eye, while a
stately palmetto trees leads to the ex
hibit buildings, and .points of inter
est. Visitors will note with pride the
magnificent new buildings and the
-many park improvements. The man
agement gives assurance that every
thing will be in complete readiness for
the opening day--Monday,October 23
and is preparing to entertain vast
crowdsi dui ring the entire week.
Cambrio for a King.
In 1530 a purse of gold was offered
iII behalf of Ileury Viii of 10ngland to
the workmen who would produce the
kinlIs shlire. Tle prIze was won by
tle weavers of Camubral and the ma
terial was tlled cambrie, in honor of
the town In which it was made. So
finte was tihe tien that there were 120
or more threads to ithe [itch. Straight
way it beenimte the fashion for ill fine
underwear, collars, euffs, handker
chIefs and baby dresses to be made
Of Interest to Farmers
it may he safely. said t hat tlie man
who has a vigorous, promising crop
is t neoUrageid hecause lie nllows the
rturns will he reasonably fair.
O11ur Piedmilont section respon(s rad
IIy to Ititrates.- .lost ammonia or ii
irogeni lhas to be changed to nitrates
by the chemical action of the soil be
fore the lants cal usC it.
Nitrae of soda carries its nitrogen
in the nitrate form, and wlien a small
amoniat in connection with phosphorc
acid. is applied at time grain is sown
in fall it promotes a good root system,
before freezing weather, thereby en
abling the plant to use all other plant
foods. After frezes are over, the first
of .tiarch, apply 100 poinds of nitrate
of soda per aere. The yield will be
from .'0 per cent to 00 per cent in
From tests made in our Piedmont.
section of South Carolina last spring,
all grain responded to its Ise:
Test.- on wheat 75 to 20 per cent in
Trests on oats '0 to 300 per cent in
I expect to have some interesting
data on cotton the last of this season.
A. C. WI1TITTLE.
Cray Court. S. C. Adv.
I wish to annc
generally that I h
the City Vulcaniz
tion and that I wi
Every Piece of W
Come to us tc
advise you wheni
.the old one repail
We wish to announce that we
have taken the Chevrolet Automo
bile agency for this county and can
now deliver these deservedly popu
The Chevrolet is a big value Cerl
at a popular price. The engine i.
still that high class piece of mechan
ism that has made it famous.
Touring Car . . . $625
2-Passenger Coupe . $795
4-Passenger Sedan . $975
Delivered in Laurens, Ready to Run.
Full Line of Parts and
Fuller Motor Co.
F. A. FULLER, Mgr.
ounce to my friends and the public
ave taken over the management of
ing Works at the City Filling Sta
11 appreciate all patronage given me.
bile Tires and Tubes
and Tubes Repaired
ork Left Here Given the Very Best
are-n-Nothing Half-Way Done
talk over tire troubles. We will
it is best to buy a new tire or have