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Renew your health
by purifying your
The purified and refined
calomel tableta that are free
from naLsea and danger.
No -a!ts necessary, as
Calotabs act like calomel
and salts combined. De
mand the genuine in 10c
and 35c packages, bearing
Try a sack of new
flour from the mill.
There is none bet
We Deliver It.
Lauren3, S. C.
6 Oures Malaria, Chills, Foeer,
Billous Fover, Colds and
--lowest cost miu
The new base line tir<
Goodrich, effective Jul,
definite guide to tire p
are the definite standai
know now they can b
the one quality Silvert
always held its leadere
longer, looks better, an,
sidered, it costs less tha
price. Dealers have bee
their customners the big i
at such base line prices
SizBBASE L E~
30 x 3 CI. $13.50
31 x3.85 C1. 15.95
30 x 3S. B. 15.95
32 x 3 " 22.95
31 x4 " 26.45
32 x4 4 29.15
33 x4 " 30:05
New base line p rices
Goo drich i
S SIZE IBASE LIN
30 x 3 "55" $9.65
30 x 3 "55" 10.65
32 x 3* <nNa(lM 16.30
No extra charge for e~sce tas
See your dealer, and j
for your Goodrich
THE B. F. GOODRICH
- SLVE11rOWN CORDS FADR1J
Assoeiated Harvard Clubs Send One
Boy Eall from Argentine and 3[ex.
Boston, July 29.-A parallel to the
Rhodes scholarships is seen in the
establishment, through the A ,,ciated
11farvard clubs, of scholarships for the
coming year to send to Harvard one
.boy from Argentine and one troin
Mexlco. The scholarships have been
made available through the generosity
of nenders of the Harvard club of
New York, and they will -be awarded
respectively by the Harvard club of
Buenos Airks and the 'Harvard club
The dItarvard nen at Buenos Aires
already have selected their scholar
ship holder. Qne of the menmbers
found recently in the country in the
northern part of Argantina, which is
devoted partly to sugar plantations,
two young bothers of L'English descent
namxed Deale, one of whon was 19
years old and the other 1'. The elder
B3eale hadi made a mvinIg picture
camniera ot of the crude material
that he tcouldA pick up loally and then
had made for himself a projector. It
is said that the pictures- produced were
just as good as those shown in any
sinema house In Argentina.
The younger -Beale had become in
terested in locomotives. He saw in
an English engineering magazine a
picture of two Mogul locomotives of
a type not used in Argentina. When
he was 15 years old he started out to
'make the necessary machinery to
make the parts for these locomotives.
le built a lathe and a small furnace
by which he cast and machined the
cylinders and the other parts. Now
-he has two working models of Mogul
locomotives, built entirely from the
!pictures in the magazines, each six
feet long, and he has made thent run
under their own powor.
The elder Beale boy is to be award
ed one of the new Harvard scholar
ships, and plans to enter 'Harvard this
autumn. He will probably register
in the engineering school.
'Pho scholarship contributed to the
'Har-vard club of Mexico by the As
Pociated Harvard clubs Li described
oty the secretary of that body as "only
a .,:nal token of our appreciation and
desire t) reciproate" for the service
done by the National University of
Mexico in arranging for free summer
cour1 for Arnorican students and
T) Cure a coid in One Day
l'ak LAXATIVE BROMO Q!JINlNE (Tablets.) i
Istops [hI Cough and liednriche and works oT the
2o0k. E. W. OROVES asigniaturo on each box. 30c.
eage ever knowm
a prices established by
, 20th, give motorists a
rices as Goodrich Tires
'd of Tire quality. They
uy the very best tire
own-the tire that has
hip because - it wears
1 because, mileage con.
n any other tire at any
n quick to point out to
Ldvantage and economy
34 x 4 S. B. $30.85
32 x4A " 37.70
33 x 4 " 38.55
34 x 4 " 39.50
35 x 4 " 40.70
33 x 5 " 46.95
35 x5 " 149.30
are also effective on
32 x4 <s ta> $21.20
33 x4 " 2.3
34 x 4 " 22.85
This tax is paid by Goodrich
l1ace your order NOW
RUBBER CO., Akron, Ohie
CO TUDES ACCESSOIES
NEW HUN TREATY
Now NtgotintIng Another Pact With
(eornany. Will Bring Belay.
'Washington, D. C., July 28.-.In or
der that Germany might play a part in
adjudicating claims of Americans
based on the sinking by Gormany of
the Lusitania the Harding adminis
tration is negotiating a new treaty with
The fact was divulged today by Sec
retary of State .Hughes. fle declared
opposition to the bill of Senator Tn
derwood providing for the appointment
of an American commission to adjust
these claims on the ground that such
a neasure would run counter to a new
treaty in course of negotiation.
Before bhe Uninted States could .er
mit Germany to have a 'word in pass
Ing on American claims, it was neces
sary that it negotiate a now treaty.
The eVrsailles and the separate treaty
guaranteed to the Utited States the
right of adjusting these claims and
compensating itself out of Gerrnian
funds held by the alien poperty cus
todian. In these treaties, Germany ex
pressly agreed that the United vStates
should proceed without 'hindrance.
Despite existing treaties and the
agreement of Germany, Mr. Hughes
says that it would be unfair for the
United iStates to proceed alone. As a
matter of fact the negotiations of a
new treaty will require considerable
time and according to Senator Under
wood today there is no certainty that
such a treaty would be ratified.
The alien. property custodian has
German property to the value of $500,
000,000. American claims, 'bared to
the bone, will approvimate that amount.
if the administration suffers Germany
to make additional inroads, American
claims can not be satls'led. Senator
Underwood is anxious that American
claims -be settled and that the United
States proceed under existing treaties
as a conquering nation rather than one
which doirbts the authenticity of its
victory onl the battlefield.
"I introduced my bill," Senator Un
derwood said today, "not for political
purposes but if the administration,
to placate the German vote, defeats my
hill and proceeds to the negotiation of
a new treaty, politics will certainly
be involved. The German vote may
stand by the Republicans but millions
oif Americans will stand up and de
mand the reason why.
"Germany, which sank the Lusitania
bhefore the United States was engaged
In war. has no right to pass on the
justice of American claims."
The Republicans, it is evident, would
postpone until after the elections the
adjudication of the claims under the
.-uise of negotiating a new treaty
w h ieh may never he ratified.
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HIlCORY TiATERN NEWS *
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Hickory Tavern, July :0.--The
.farmers df this section are almost
ilnishe d with their work, and the -boll
weevils are continuing to (10 little
Miss Margie 'Weathers and Miss
Ifortie Abercrombie returnedl Satur
day afternoon from Winthrop college
Mr. Cecil Mladden and family spent
Sunday afternoon with Mr. L. F. Aber
Masters IErskine and Oscar Hoellams
apent the .week-end with Mr. J. M.
Sumorel n'nd 'family.
IMr. IFelton 'Roper spent the week
end :with his parents, of this section.
Mir. 0, C. Abercrombie andl family
are attending the meeting at Lakeville.
Mrs. W. IS. illolt was laid to rest
Wedlnesday afternoon at Rabun Creek
Baptist church, after a long Illness.
Mr. B. Burdine is very ill.
NORTH POULRE PLANS
Wiil Not Attempt to Reach PoInt
Barrow. Transfers from Mauzd to
Nome, Alaska, Jluly 29.-Capt.
Amnundsen has abandlonedl ,his attempt
to reach 'Point Barrow in the Maud,
his exploration ship, and has trants
erred to thet schooner 'Holmes, accord.
ing to a wvireless message received
here from the afaud.
Transferring to the (Holmes with
Capt. Amaundcsen !wore 'Lieut. G. Om
dad, aviator, and one other man whose
name w~as not given. It is understood
that the plan to fly across the North
Pole has been abandoned until next
Wh~y P'eople liny RaIt-Siiny in P'refer
enco(' to Rat POISOn.
(1) -RATf-SNAP .absolutely killa rats
and mice. (2) 'What it dloesn't kill it
scares away. (3) , Rlats killed !with
*1Al4.'NAP leave no smell, they dry up
inside. (4I) Mtade in cakes, no mixing
wit1m other food. (5) Cats or dogs
won't touch it. Three sizes, -35c, 65c,
$1.35. Sold and .guaranteed bhy C. E
Kennedy & Son Laurens Hardware
Co. and iPutnam's Drug atore.
Coidu Cause Gri p an4 tifuna
L. AX~rVP ?JROMO QUlI(INE Tabtets tot ah#
se.' Thivro 10m oul/ one "Jkomi Qu1nin
6RAWiPA , I AM 30 DiZAPPO INTED0
MY BIRTHDAY IS TOMORROW AND MY
ROOM WAS TO BE FnAMSHED.
L&L 0M E in "llllinlli
NEVER TOO OLD TO LEARN
The grandfather realizes his mistake when it Is too late. How much bet
ter it would have been if this man had gone to erie of his home town dealers
and purchased a bed room set for his granddavgl1 ru's bir t1day gift, r Cd h.d
them place it in her rooni, thus prevrenting it frotm being brokeri in ship
ping. It would have saved her the disappointmert. ar.d him:elf the emirrais
ment, that comes from a knowledge of beirg impoted upon by rci upu lous
dealers on whom you wasted your confidence.
MORAL:---Learn from other Men's mistakes.
J. C. Burns & Co. William Solom on
Home of Reliable Jeweler
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Same Goods for Less Money le Will Do It.
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Bottlig Co.Next to Post Office
Quench the Thirst With a Bottle * The~ Famuily Grocer
of Delicious Coca Cola E'urniture, Stoves, Rugs, Crock
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Furniture of AlU Kinds Lumber, Doors, Sash Blinds 5 & 10 Cents Store
Musical Instruments We Can Furnish Your Entire Bill "Buy It in Laurens"
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