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We publish ihe funIula of Vinol
to prove convincingly that it has the
power to create, strength.
Cod Liver nd B-ce Peptones, Iron
and Manga ese1ptonates. Iron and
Ammonium Ci ate, Lido and Soda
Olycerophosph es, Cascihrin,
Any woman 'ho luys a bottle of
Vinol for a we , ruti-down, nervous
condition and fi ds fiter giving it a
fair trial it did not help her, will
have her money 'trqurned.
You see, theret is no guess work
about Vinol. Its for'nula proves
there is nothing like it for- ill weak,
run-down, overworked, nervous men
and women and for feeble old people
and delicate children, Try it once
and be convinced.
For sale by Laudrens Drug Co. and
Colds Cause Grip and Influenza
LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablets remove the
cause. There is only one "Brono Quinine."
E. WY. GROVES signature on box. 30c.
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1. I-RES lDlUt G CO.
ACHES AND_ PKNS
rut it on freel Don't rub it in.
Just let it p '~elra e taturally. WhIat a
sense of sootainig relief soion follows!
External achtw 3 sliiTnvss, soreness,
cra::nped n:selis strained sinews,
back "cricks"--those : ailments can't
figh't cit the reieving qualities of
Sloan', miniment. Clean, conIvenienc,
economical. Ask any druggist for it.
30c, (i0e and $1.20)
Cl ir -I
19,.1 I ~th Ino Rbbn
(o v-ti i T i
1i~is i JCAN i) P1 i.,..4, f-- 25
't- SOLO BY DRUC'NSTS LV[YWE
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NEW' TE'LEPHONE HATES. *
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The new rates oti long tistance tele
plione chairgies as annoulced by the
postiaster genceral on December 1:3,
1I91, have been received by the local
oIlee of the teleplhone collipan11Y.
These rit'te becate effective Tues
day, .lantiary 21, 1919.
The etire axrates are lengthy and
give considerable infortation. Fol
II ng ate extracts fromt the new rate
A nIew tiethtod of co;l piting charges
on telephonie toll cards (to points out
site the local service area) under
which all toll rates throughout the
Inited States are placed oil a stand
ard basis, becones effectlve 12:01 a. in.
January 21, 1919.
A brief description of this now
met hod and of lts4 application to thu
several Classes of service offered, is
given, inl this circular.
"Statiotn to Station" Itate.
Whet a petrson tmakes a toll Call
wIlitonti specifying that conve rsat ion
is desire(d with a pa rtiel Iart' persnl
and the 1 contie t tion is ustablishied and
conversatioll held. Ihe "'sitalioln to sta
tioon" rate applies.
This rate is determiied by thit air
line diiiace e we toll Iloinots and
is colnpited onl the. haAsi of ._ cenis'
for each six tiileL, ti )lo 2 1 inile;.
alnd -I (Tlls for cech N hnls eyond
'"Staliott to stliol" calIs shouild be
inade. by num1'.1ber. whcrever tevlephone
directory infforinatlionl is- atvaihhe.
Where this informtnation iS not avail
able a11 the enliin'. tlephonle such call."
inay be made by giving the toll oper
othiew nanlte and addrss of' tlhe sithI
scribers at tle' telepione ealled.
"I'erson to Person" itte.
When a poi'eon nukei s a toll call
pecifying that con)vert t'iont is desireid
w\ith] a partienliar personl and the con
nt c ition is esiablished and con versal oti
hold with that pt'sont, the "persol to
person. ratle applies.
.\s tii serivice trecantircs a1 greater
1lunollutl of* openianl effort, thev rate
for nth caLiis is atiit one-foltrih
g~reater thanl thle "slationl to stationl"
The "pel-soll to per'sonl" rate Is colln
pttted ()I lite day rate between Ihe
oiits involved wheiher iitl call is
nade during the day or during thl
iiht, il l the iniin tni charge is 2)
No per-ison to jer::'on" call is accept
'd wherv c e "sationl to Station" ratle
s less hilin 1:1 cents.
.\ht.nI a ".ersotn 1) person" ("al is;
1)11it ill lie I at i 'ieni:ttr personi desii
Ii i) in Li ' 'Vi!3 '''t talk ori (' win-n
d II ill t i 1ir s o lhe bar
nir Ir.zni dh I I has not b eln
1.! Of \ W ;'. i(b , iiSt h -
\\ntn I li'r I he o graiL", work rtformed
u is na .\li~tl biu dei'nit ot(''fthe
tin' aLit wh er e avi I"tepor(it LIlC'rge"
\\h theot' clii trty i 't i pMhtn
s held at the specified titme the
'ai ibliiti Itf't me trat e" aLili els.
Th' "'Lpploitment1 raiti'" is utsitlly3
ion to stat ion"l t'Le.
volved'4, whthIer' the ecall is ma~d'' ur -
ing tie day or' duiintg lhei night anLd
No o ,oin ioent i ; t iie td h r
nIL it i.barI I incurred are t
is inot hlId.
whlere It' "SILaion to stal tin" rat' is
same gener0t0 al conidit Ions as speclifled
for ''jertsoni to eon"~I' ('alls.
Stan ;tdtrd lToll N Ightl iates.
Tlhie f'ollowing teoini ied rateIis fort
nighit servlice on a "'talI bn to SItaI titn"
houis 01n13 ae effceti'e 12:01 n. in
MANY SIGNERS *.I
Petitions Froin All Over the State Ask
for Legislature to Build Pe'rannent
('oluinbia, lJan. 23.--l'etitions are be
Ing receiveti froin all1 over the state
signed by autoinobilists asking for
legislition at Iiis session of the en
cral Asilibly along the plani for
building a permanent system of hard
surfaced hlighways for South Carolina
decided tpon1 Janutary 8, 1919, at a
joint conference of the members o
the State Highway CommIssion alud
the State IlIighway Campaign Commit
Blank petitions weire sent by the
Qampaign Committee to p)roliineln.t an
tomobillsts in every section of the
state and they were aske to ascertain
the sentiment of the owie's of nma
chines inl their respective sections to
wards the proposed legislation. 'Ihe
roplies that arei being received and the
Ianlerotisly sigild petitions woull in
dienIte that ithe motorists are over
whelmlngly iII favor of the proposed
Ihle Stae Iighway Cananpa ign Coim
nItittee was anxions to test the .ei I
menw f the or morists before goilig be
fore the General Assembly with th
proposed plan heettnse it wanited 10 1.
inl position to actiaint the iebllris
of 11hc lgislalule With Ihe fact thai
the legislation was desired by% the
t)IIo iist. ince oily the atoilo
bilists wil be affc(teld s) far as ta -
are ic on(ein' td. the entmiit aee feels thwa
if they desire athie additional tax to be
htplel upolliv ilem the legislators and]
a le people oilght not to object. In ot h
er words, as Mlr. R1. G. ih ett. of Char
leston,* a minemher of the campaign
co' uite nu11 s it. he autoists are
askhing the state merely to lend Ihei,
its credia for a brief tile and they
will build the permanent roads .:
pay for it.
It is probable that legislat ion will
be lint rodiieed in both houses of the
General Asseibly at once earrying
ilt the plan adoptaed on .Jan. S. h'11is
will pirovide for a clange inl the aet
ireating ahe S aae lighway Conimis
Sionl so as to naumk ia consist of 1c.
m1melis. one from evach vongressional
listriet :ind ahe athree sen ior profes
,ors of civil engincering in the stat'
rnoth'ges and giving theni additional
powers: the raisilng of tIe annuat
liense Iax lginning with 9 1on
ma oor vehicles to $1 peIr hor'sepower
For aultomobilves and Iotorcycles am]
' per horsepower for imotor tru(ks
aol 11h lice'ise' for dealers to $.'i for
'ah minal of (ar handled and to flx
Ihe liense for frailrs at $111.
The 11 hwayconn1issioln will ahol
)v inl.-truled to in s i tlte co.1
I th- o l-trul ction of slich a systeel,
h: \ ay % and to Iri lrt to ll4. II,\!
s of t I:I
bn I lrt nd:lil ary till (ra n11
''us oif said liglaid h 1'i::hw l.'ay, e
Ifod any~io isrirmll of a hae Staiterebi
'011nties, cniht ot ing in any way ao
the ('onstrliletion11 of thle highiiway syst em
such1 11partion of th is cost as suich
ounity woulId in that (eent be (entait led
4 'nloredl l'eople hlllgtedl WithI Npw
1)1is'o iiry to fileaich thle SMIn.
Aallata, Gai. Says that rcen it tests
havye p roveii w itaht doub1 t that
hei m1:011' ight by) ai new atreat lmenl re
cinlay discovi'erd'hy aI man~ ini Atlani
.1 .lust ask youri drnllggisa foir ('oco..
11on1 Skhin \\'hitetier. P'eople who have
used, it ar1e, aniitzed 'al its wondefrtl
i'afelt. Itid y'our fact of thait a wful
al fL w liaies.0 i t l' i sts I' apoe Pjtte' tha
.\ ll ' l't affoiii to i \- I i 1houl it. I ,lia
i i l Ii la I I ii II n a (
- TIf ht l~ inin Itsna e \ -
whenll athe "st 'I on1 111 at ll illn"~ ihagi
i; less than thle Itninh1n11um niht irat.
"('1lh-it cla " are cas for whi icr
lie char ges are irievi'rsei; t ha t Is, aret
to be colleeaed fromo thle 8tsubslriber at
the distance( station at which the eall
wvithI "pJersonl Ic. perPson" (alls.
"Stieh "'(olleet Cals" 0r reversede
chiargis arll aillowedi oily inl ''onnecltioni
Fit For Table.
Corn meal, for table use, should Le ground
from thoroughly-cleaned and seketed milling
corn, and the
MeAl Should be Fresh
f romth mill. We aeusir g thePS o
we can buy to make our meal. We are not
trying to make the c<s a
very best that can be11- Yc
meal made? from~ thez ?e: ce a r d py.kes~ a
meal is being said at. Acy wdr yCu, U
rather pay a little mrc and et
The kind that is Ft rh T.le
Ask your grocer for Br lett-Babb meal.
and Flour. If they haven't any they can get
it for you.
Bramlett-Babb milling Co.
Flour : : Meal : : Feed : : Grain
Laurens, South Carolina
The butiulsr lins of hhre Ather nsutoess fromited
design over curled hair and specially constructed spiral cushion
springs, affording unusual comfort.
The 40-horsepower Red Seal Continental motor responds to
the accelerator with a snap that del';hts the most experie.cedc
Un kr ArU;llag power the car quietly glides along at high
sp*ed * en.ep awa atd a ' ,ai., (l an qicJiy changing
fro one' seed to another, (chedenf~t to the will of the driver.
The Borgi & BLck clutch is disengaged by the slightest pres
sure of the foot an~d is exceptionally smooth but positive in active.
The best car in its class.
For demonstration phone, write or see
AT FARMERS NATIONAL B ANK