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_FOR THE RELIEF OF"
Pain in the Stomach and
Bowels. Intestinal Cramp
COLIC, DIAR RHcEA
-SOLD EVERYWHERE -
Insist on Bayer Package
Unless you see the name "Bayer" on
package or on tablet you are not get
ting the genuine Bayer !roduct pre
reribed by physicians ove.: wvn.y.two
years and proved .safe b~y n0l1rc 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
300. Asplyin is the trade mark of
Bayer Manufacture of 'Monoaceticacid
ester of Salicylicacid.
Renew y!ur health
by purifying your
The purified and refined
calomel tablets that are free
from nausea and danger.
No salts necessary, as
Calotabhs act like calomel
and salts combined. De
mand the genuine in 10c
and 35c packages, bearing
6 6Cures Malaria, Chills, Fever,
66Bilious Fever, Coldls and
Try a sack of new
flour from the mill.
There is none bet
We Deliver It.
L.anrans. S. C.:
'WAS ONCE BED OF THE 0OEAN
'But Vast Tract of Land in Central
Oregon Has Been Dry for Thous.
ands of Centuries.
Scientific societies are beginning to
; - a great deal of attention to central
Oregon's great ocean bed, dry now for
many ithousainids of years. During the
past year fully at dozen expeditions
visited the huge inland sea that ex
-tended over hundreds of square miles
on the upper reaches of the Crooked
Just to stand in the dry bed of the
seat or at poitts where the waves once
washed the shore and where the marks
-of the tide are plalin is a unique ex
perience. It's an astounding country,
every rock seemingly hiding fossil evi
dence of somei nature, for at random
any ordinary looking outerop or boul
dIer i! reveal clami. oysters, boring
shellfish or seaweed imipressions. Your
head reels as you try to think back
centuries and tens of hundreds of
centuries before, and see this vast ex
panse of sand, sagebrush and rocks as
a turbulent tropical ocean, palin trees
dotting the banks and weird animals
roaming the dense brush or haunting
the breakers as they bore food from
the great oceain.
Palm frond imprints twelve and
more feet in length (an be found in
the rocks, fossil remains of the first
horse, lie that had three toes; animiials
too strange to re-create-it's a rich
country for the student, and now they
are trying to prove that it is a great
filling station, for oil drilling derricks
begin to iake their appearances on
In any event here is country that
was fecund with life even before the
human race was evolved. Inside one
round seaworn boulder lay a perfect
oyster an( inside tile oyster the re
mains of a pearl, crushed flat by the
pressure. Along the slimy shores of
this sea the life must have been a
short one and crowded, for the coun
try is honeycombed with evidence, all
of a low life origin-clam shells a yard
across, groat snails, other shells shaped
like nothing we see this day, marine
Vionsters not well organized enough to
go out for themselves, but doomed to
rest on a still shore until petrified and
then to prove their age to discoverers
thousands of years later.
Finding New Fruits.
It is curious that during the half
million or more years that man has
inhabited the earth, he has learned to
cultivate only about 800 species of
plants out of more than 100,000 that
are known to exist.
]Suring the past 2,000 years we have
not discovered and cultivated a single
plant which can rival maize, rice, the
potato, the date, cereals, and the ba
nana, which was first discovered
three or four thousand years ago.
Among new fruits that have been
found recently is the diejoa, a South
American fruit which Is being grown
in California. It possesses the re
freshing taste of the pineapple and
the sweetness of the strawberry.
The jujube is a new fruit which has
been cultivated in northern China. It
was first known some years ago, and
is now being grown in California and
Texas. It is usually eaten in candied
forni, and is preferred by many peo
pie to the (late, which it resembles.
Trhe stipote, a (entral American
ri-ilt about the size of an orange, Is
beihg gr-own in Florida ; while the
roselie, a new acid fruit grown in
southiern California, is used for jeliles
and in tihe mlakinig of refreshing'.be-ver
Take Time to Relax.
Learn to call tt a (lay. Don't peddle
sthe little wvorriles, discouragemnents and
:anlnoyalnces that -crop up -in the offee
rarouind with you, Forget them. Shake
off t'he inclination to sink Into the
slough of -despond at the end of a
ragged (lay. Everything will look dif
fei-ent in the morninig if you let go and
take a fr-esh hold. Give a job a fair
trial before you give It up. The fir-st
day, tihe fir-st week, or tile first month
is the hardest. See to it that you do
not make the samre mistake twvice and
your blunders will put you ahead. Tvhe
discour-agemnents you meet in your
work miake very little difference.
Whint really count' is how you take
thiem.-Eliztabeth Ar-nold in Detroit
Japanese Rickshaw Men,
Although the motorcar is now corn
nion in Japilan, many of tihe miore con
servative JTapaneso retain thteir "sta
bles" of hiumaii horses and ornate car
ringes. .Rickshaw men in private em
ployment often wear hiandisonle uni
forms, on 'which the erest of the
etmperor is embroidered. They have
wonderful speed and endurance. Ten
miles an hour is not an uncommtlon
pace, andh two men, alternately tak
lag thte p~ost of leadier andl wheeler,
will keep it up for 50 or 60 miles.
Still, it is a pace that kills, and it
used to be said that tile life of ai
rickshaw coolie did not exceed ten
years after he took to the roadI.
No Small Task.
"Do you think thlat women have im
"Give us time," protested Miss
Cayenne. "Politics have beenf conl.
trolledi by meni for generations, It
takes years for feminine iniluence to
reform a man individual. It will
take longer- to reform the0 sex collect.
"There's niothintg n~v untder the
sun," said the 10eni'ned professor dur
ing an argument oh prbgress and elvi
Hlzatlqn, "Solomon said that ages ago4"
B13 hp Mdnis~ ay it by.gadophlone,'
NOTICE OF SALE UNDER DISTRESS
Sltt of South Carolina,
Couity of -Laurens.
T. D. R1anage, Landlord,
LeRoy Raimage, Tenant.
By virtue of authority vested in me,
the undersigned in a (istress warrant,
IN T H
Speaking of Vi
IF you're truly in
what real value m
Suits, study the lines
lent estimate of their
And here you'1 fin,
Clothes for fall at th<
Men's and i~
Featuring our new d
ite check-stripe and<
terns, offered in the
button, sport, as a
inodels, are here in
suit every man's prej
Here ore Good (
the Public's Dem
New Fall Hats,
Laurens, S. C.
Issued( lby TV. D. li'atage, landlord1, 01
Sept. 19, 1922, for 14ast d . rent, vs
LeRoy Ratnage, Tenant, I have dis
trained the stock of roods, merchan
disc hereinafter described, and notic(
is hereby given that .I will sell the said
stock of goods an(d merchlandice ai
public outcry, to the highest bidder foi
cash, at the place of bisiness formnerly
E GA C
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isplay are the favor
liamond weave pat
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such variety as to
lothes that Meet
and for Economy!
occuplied by -the said LeRoy lanage,
tenant, at Barksdale Station. county
of Laurens, South Carolina, on Thurs
day, the 5th day of October, at ten
o'clock A. M. The said stock of goods,
merchandise, consisting of fancy gro
ceries, such as canned goods, candy,
- Oa1) and miscellaneous other in erchall
dise, tile same being the -property of
REG. U. S. PAT. OFF.
tD OIL CC
TELL AN INTERESTO
ILeIloy RnlagIfe, tenant, and I will sl
so inuch thoreof as shall be suflicieit
to Satisfy the lalord's chlill for runt.
C. L. O\\1K:1Ns. AgenIt,
F.or T. I). IIantage. I ,a !d11ord.
LalIrelIS, S. C., Sept. H). 1..''!. 10-21
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