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L Co BEST for 12
LYON MFG. Sold by
CO. all deal
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d2 So. Fifth St. rect fro m
BROOKLYN, Us. 7S CeEt
N. Y, potpaid.
AGED WOMAN DIES
fIDINGt TO FUNERAL
Miss Julia Sherbert Succumbs on Way
to Attend Last Service for Sister.
Spartanburg, uly 16.-t.liss Julia
Shejrbert, aged S1, while traveling in
an automobile to attend the funeral
of her sister, Miss 1ilizabeth Sherbert,
aged SS, died suddenly today. While
en route to the church she leaned her
head on the shoulder of a woman com
panion who did not disturb her, thinik
ing she was resting or sleeping. When
the party reached lebron church.
where the funeral was to be held. it
was discovered that she was dead.
BRiEAKS 'iHtI IN FALL
Aged Elloree Woman injured by Fall.
big at Ilome of Neighbor.
I;iloive, July l6.-Friday afternoon
Mrs. lane Irick, W, years old, fell
(lOwnl the steps at the home of lier
neigh bor. Sidney Rickenbacker, and
broke her right leg near the lhip. It
was nCeessary to carry the aged wo
muan home onl a eot. She is dolig as
wel) as could be expected of oue of her
age anid fedblenes . '
Colds & Headache
"For years we have used Black-Draught in our family, U
and I have never found any medicine that could take its U
place," writes Mr. H. A. Stacy, of Bradyville, Tenn. Mr. Sta- U
cy, who is a Rutherford County farmer, recommends Black
Oraught as a medicine that should be kept in every house
hold for use in the prompt treatment of many little ills to pre
vent them from developing into serious troubles.
U "It toucbes the liver and does the work," Mr. Stacy *
declared. "It is one of the best medicines I ever saw for a
cold and headache. I don't know what we would do in our
family if it wasn't for Black-Draught. It has saved as many
dollars . . . I don't see how any family can hardly go with- U
* out it. I know it is a reliable and splendid medicine to keep U
* in the house. I recommend Black-Draught highly and am
g never without it."
At all druggists.
Accept No Imitations A
MMUN annum n n un
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
sALEs AND SERVICE
Ford parts, like almost everything else
worth while, are counterfeited. Imitation
parts are manufactured to SELL at the
highest possible rate of profit and the
grades of steel used are consequently not
the same high quality, specially heat
treated alloy steels specified in Ford
formulas for the manufacture of GEN
UINE FORD PARTS.
Don't be misled--Insist upon GENUINE FORD t
PARTS made by the Ford Motor Company. By i
so doing you will get from 35 to 100 per cent
more wear from them, and you will pay the
lowest possible cost-the same everywhere. i
50O04 0' GENUINE FORD PARTS
. RETAh. ?K.. LZES TMU.:N :3c EACH
Ask! for FrA Prie List
When your Ford car, or Fordson tractor needs ~
attention, call on us. For remember we are prop
erly equipped, employ competent mechanics, and
use Genuine Ford and Fordson parts in all
MARCHANT MOTOR CO.
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* JONES -NEWS *
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Jones, July 15.-Our cousins, Wil
mot Smith and son, 'Douglas, of Green
ville, were at Ware Shoals on the 4th
Born to Mir. and Mrs. Jas. Dodgens,
Mr. and Mrs. Newton Rogers, of
Ware Shoals were the recent guests
of their parents, M1r. and Mrs. Albert
Sellie Anderson, a worthy colored
man, has caught 30 water moccasins
on hooks 'balted with live frogs for
The many friends of Mr. J. C. Gain
-brell gave him a cordial greeting on
his return from an Asheville hospital.
Master Walter .Jenkins, of Colum
bia, grandson of Dr. W. T. Jones, fell
from a tree oil the 3rd inst., and frac
tured his arm.
AWe were greatly shocked and pained
to hear of the recent tragic death of
Mliss Annie Higgins, daughter of our
twarm friend, Mr. Twendoza iiggins.
We sympathize most tenderly with the
The friends of Master Grover Crow
will be glad to hear that he is con
valescing from a recent illness.
Dr. W. T. Jones is very thankful to
his friends for continued kind favors.
'Mr. Adam Crain Jones has accepted
a position at Bishopville.
Chief of Police Koon and Police
man 1o0t, of Ware Shoals, recently
captred a large copiper still and de
stroyed a large quantity of mash in
the Andrews Chapel section.
'.r. .1. W. Cochran killed a very
large and vicious highland moccasin
MAr. Allen Arnold recently visited
I)r. Ioland, of Stathamn, Ga.
l)r. W. T. Jones male a professional
visit to -ikomi a few days ago.
Mr. S. C. Riley has a fine field of
We recently visited our nephew, .\lr.
Preston Williams, of Laurens.
We recently met the following
friend:;: Jas. Jones, of Owingsville;
Travis Alilam. of Spartanburg; Mlasena
iiiggins, of Ilodges; 'Hlermon Hallen
tine and Alfred Snyder, of Greenwood;
John )avis, .John Elledge and Alills
Pitts, of Hoyds 'Mill; R1. L. l3armore,
of i)onalds; Charlton Davis, of Green
ville, and Thomas ('arter, of lionea
Rabbis, Miunisters and Priests May Su
pervise Manufacture of Altar Wines.
\ashington, July 16.-HRabbis, min
isters and priests, duly appointed by
the heads of the ecclesiastical juris
dictions to their churches, may super
vise the manufacture and distribution
of altar wines in their specified terri
toies, under new regulations being
considered tonight by Revenue Com
missioner llair in accordance with an
Oliion~ b~y Attortey General i)augh
TPhe national prtolhit ion act. .\r.
i)aughterty held. indicated an intent
on the ia rt of congrtess to place in the
handis of the cliur ch itself a power
whlerebyv it will never lhe forced to use
nfaerior trodutcts -fot sacra men t, nora
ever thle left wvit houtt imeanis oif sitpp1ly
Sing its nieeds for sacameni ct aI w~Iines.
"'The int ent if congrtess is (lea r,"'
thei( atitrne gieneral saidl, "to ;aholish:
lie buisiness of thle miidle man or re
tail uist rbu tr in sacramental wines,
but the intent is equially apparent to
permiit thle churichd, if it agrees to
assumtae the responisi'bilily iihrough its
dly atIhoriz.ed rabbi, miinist er or
prtiest, full .iower to sitperlvise the
mnaniutfactur ie of alItar w ies antd it Is
my (liniiion thaiit thle speci lie grni t of
lhe grea te ci !rivi lege of th1e sutpervi -
sion oif man ufactutre carried w9ith it thle
lessee privilege of suapervi 'ion of this
The atltornley genieral's ,otiinion limt
an etd to a long drawnt out fight by
v'arious eel ig iois bod(1ies. whIo cl a imed
.tha t thle el iminiat ion of I he sac ramten
tal w inae dealeris from buit iness,
through the deniial of t reasitry per
nits shut oftf all legitimate chatanels
for obt aiing liropert w ics for' sacra
muentIalI!i aurpos''s anmd fotrced thle
churtches to uisi spirits of uncertain
SiIN P1 iON'4 KIldJ29I
''j'rainS Nrik.4 Anat'toibile at Miaine
WVatevil e, Miain e, Jutly 16.--Six per
sons were kilb-< when a .Iaine Ceni
tr'al railroad tr in struck an aultmo
'hile at a blinm easing neatr the U'ni
ty station e .rly f~day. A baby girl
was ithe solfe sutrvtuor of the party of
seven in hfe auatoedbile. The infant
was thr~k n 301 fe t from the tracks
and'.esjtaPed with ~li or bruises.
- Thd dea'd: 10vart S1.Varney, his 'wIfe
and :flve year old .son, Malcolm, of
MsB H~fiklecy, a behool teacher, of
Mrs. Mart a Marsaall of Chelsea.
Awreane \hnrrilmo lse nh...
Un e xpe cted.
a. OVew US CO0"M
on Sale Iow The
0 set the high value mark
for 30 x 3% tires when it Ret.,
originated the $10.90 price
last FAIL u
USCO today betters that
mark with a new and greater USCO-an
USCO improved in many important ways.
For instance, a thicker tread-with a
surer hold on the road-thicker side walne,
adding strength and life to the tire.
And the price is $10.90-with the
tax absorbed by the manufacturer.
Men have always looked to
USCO for the biggest tire
money's worth on the market.
They always get a bigger
tire money's worth than
U. S. Tire Co.
65o United States Tires
T United States 0 Rubber Company
Where You EUREKA DRUG CO., Laurens, S. C. E. V. GOLDING, Waterloo, S. C.
Can Buy J. D. SPENCE & COMPANY, Gray Court, S. C.
C. L. WALDREP, Lanford Station, S. C.
U. S. Tires:
When you get the Sign!
DO you get off with a good start or doe your car lag
LI behind? Not that there is usually any great advantage
in being first, lut there is much satisfaction in being able
to be there when you want to!
The all-round satisfactory performance of "Standard" Gas
oline, has I m.de it the first. choice of thousands of motorists
who know fi m expericice that gasolines difier.N
Because "St ndard" is the balanced gasoline it is quick
starting and swift on the pick-uip. It burns completel y, leav
ing a minir um1 of light carbon; practically all of which is
blown out through the exhaust. It is high-powered and
delivers tl - maximitun mileage that the motor can give you.
"Standar " is unequalled for uiiforn, year-round satis
faction - under all conditions and in all makes of cars. Use
the p per grade of Polarine. It is just as satisfactory.
"STAN DAR D"
Re . U. V at. Off.
The Balanced Gasoline!
\ STANDARD OIL COMPANY