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Bi lng Back te * Color and Lust
With Grandma's Sage Tea
Common ;=ga>d?a sa?e brcvwed' iltn
a heavy tea, with sulphur $nd ulcojW
.added, will turn .gray, uirohked (bl ,
faded hair heaVtI?ully "da>V ^nd
m lnnt. iilxlngvtUe Sago Toa- shd1-lui- (
phur roclpe' at home, though,! Is t
troublesome. An tsier way ja tefget ,
the iroady-to-us3 preparation impr|retl i
by the -addition Of- other ?gr?dlfita; 1
costing about-GO cents a larg$'boul?, i
at drug .stores,, known . ns "Wytth's .<
Sage and Sulphur Compound* pus |
avoiding a lot of muss.. ' l% I "_.'->' *f
While gray..faded hair is n?t^sjBf?l,.. 1
wo all d?sire- to' retain our lyotjuifui -
appearance ; and attractiveness. By "il
ciatkedlng, yepr. hoir with W eth's ; :
Sage ?it?'? Sulphur Compound, ; n i.pne 1
can telly because lt does lt so ha :ur?t-. ?
ly, ao:.?v^ly.. You just damien a'
sphnge'o^v^oft brush with lt am! dra w
this: through your.--hair,; takln* .one.
small str?nd ?t a time? h* morning j
all gray hairs' lmva ^disappeared. [At- J
hair becomes^bcautif?liy ;d?rkT?ioafey,?
S?t tv and luxuriant and you [appear i
years -younger. Wyeth's ;Sa?? "; end I
-?ulphUv Compound" is a dtffghtful I
toilet requisite.' it is not intediied for j
the euro,. mitigation prpreveiMon o?|
disease;. ! I I
Has no equal, | makii
ample allpyai ce ic
Now is the tillie to p
^fenew roof jon yoi
house to : protect,> :y<
from fires and leaks.
FOUR DAYS OF WAR?
BUILD BIG TUNNELS
Paria," March 31. -Tho tunnel un
der tho English channel, began . Irrl
1S7C and interrupted through tho op
l.QsHion. of. General Weiseley, could
have been built for. the. price of four
tlays of war to France-and- England
apout minion fr^bcB-^&ccording
to I'rot: A?glave of the ? law fach) ty
'ii tho Sorbonner. It would -have
f.vT.mitttvl .the rn'i-Vl fraa^oj Ration
af troops in. 122 trhlna a day Trjom
3reat Britain to Frairee, avbtdirig: th?
2ong?stlon of' trafn?',la French par?s
ind the enormous 'increase .Iii sa?
frel&ut rates.; Beal /.ho \i$
H ains of ivbop3; pori ??y Uve 1 Idhifi .1
begun nt' the _
rr?x. AJgiav^r contehdifi "tho . ohter
p.-'se. could have iieon cafrbd tb com
pletion-beforethe end oY the con-'
The ?ato o
Ad thu best
m bf e?cB?ri?nc0
^s^lio enjoy '
s and cs
f Stricken Little Nation
pee ted and Lovel By
By Associated Press.)
os, Eubea, Greece, .Mnrch 31.
Todorovitch, aide de camp
Majesty King Peter or Serb's,
bis beels together* and bow
Majesty would bo glad." he
German, "if you would walk
m this afternoon."
Hotel of. "Th? Tlaths of Sulla"
thed in a flood of welcome win
nshine. Snotv-clau Parat?us,
tho Gulf of Eubea, 'glistened
Christmas card. Fishermen'o
picked. ?ui?. against the' i;i eui li
ter between, rowed by banks
s lilce ebden* triremes, crept
id forth' or, with sails aet I
scudded before the light!
Peter of- Serbia came down'
s of the hotel into tho sun
slfght figuro supported by a
ut Juantily carried withal. He
the gray-brown Serbian uni
th the blue cavalry collar and
breeches wtb the broad, red
of a general. On his siiould
e silver-threaded, tarnished
ttes were mounted by a Ser
aglc, and his abort peaked cap
Serbian officer bore tac like
center. An eagle face with
nose; a bristling white mund
ud white imperial; short-cllp
on-gray hair and brown,
nseeing eyes, whose iris ECL- >O
become ?ill pupil-a little mau,
rong, for all bis seventy-two
such the " King without ' u
Associated Press oorrespon
ralka on the right of ?io 60v-l
for King -Peter's ; right ear :s|
less deaf than fits left ona.
ig out with eager'step, the mon
sads the way,*his cane before
st barely feeling bis steps. The
;ads past the curious formation
[diorous alkaline deposit hang
over tile sea in an ir ri dose ont
Here and there out ot . little
in the porous masa the steam
ier bubbles up, too :hot to
me's hand In, and thea dlsap
^nly to reappear again near, tho
teeplng tho lip of tho strange
wet and shining In the sim
mie-all volcanic," says ' the
lg, turning over bits ot gem
ine wi til his stick's end. "Til?
fore you came, we had aa ?mirth
shook-a little one." And then,j
ids the' way again up the bil!,
? the ear iii turno against mo!'
ruefully. And tapping tho I
[group? with his cane: "The.-oJ
ie some Austrians .buried un
irel" And heTaugi?s merrily,
[way leads past some ' shallow
where peasants, men and
rough-hew tho porous, vo'co
lor their building. As. tho
ty advances, they atop their
.i>ut down their toola. Tito
id bareheaded, the ".women
Mle fallen maj carty passes Mern
?Idler fashion. Kine Ps ter sa
le sim ole folk who lota him
; fxh ' sorry for- ino," -he. eg
rand "they try. to tcTl.jrae ?hst
#osry for mo, , la their.y
way. , They have great
FStr-^reo; tho people or your
[; plain people,, ' as . I " ?m a
wrong, Sire'% says Jivoia
X', the Serbian Midister to
? tor suhny years waa
secretary. "Th??e. s
"Uncovered, not out of
f odmlraeioa. They
fcr yotSK-they. respect, you.? ,
lonarch puta his arm ar?
j? pan io n pf, his ya ara.- of exit?
ty of the F
olina I sti
m place y<
BE SAFE THATS
"Ah! Balou^dgltch, old friend, al
ways the cheery, bravo word!" And
then to Balougdgitch's son, a ser
geant in the Serbian army, who iias
come from Corfu os a messenger:
"And thod, my boy, art thou too a
socialist like thy father, who has no
faith in kings?"
"In Bomo kings, Sire," says the dip
The walk ends at last at a bench
at tho water's edge, full In the
warmth of tho declining sun. As
ti:e fishermen's boats pass on * their
way to the wbirf, the men doff theil
caps and the King salutes them in re
turn. ?he King and the correspon
dent, seated on the bench, look out
over the Gulf -of Eubea.
Eulogy, of France.
''Like Lako Geneva," Ute sovereign
kays, waving bis hand a\ the watci
and the distant mountains. "Here we
ore at Ouevj, and over there is thc
Jura and Prance." He sits a while
in silence and 'then takes up again,
?'''Mid, the theme of his thoughts.
."How much she has done for us
France! Tow much she has done for
ali tho* world!:'? /Now she- Ia-taking
our . children ! td "*fcer . deep bosom,- to
keep them saf? for us until after
tho war, that' th? race-of Serbs may)
not die out. :r V
".For there, ? lb Serbia, lt is exter
mination, starvation, death. The wo
men and the children who are mei
living future of our dreams-all we j
have to hold'by-tu rebuild our nation i
after tho 'war--soon they will all be!
gone. Make nb mistake?-war is a'
brutal business uer? in tho Balkans.
Wo all of us learned our war-mak
ing under tho Turk, and the . women
and children haVe little chance. I
don't mean to say tboy are massacred
or anything like that, though that
too has happened. BUL I refer now
1 only to the fact that there ts little
I or no provision tor non-epmbaiianis,
I no organization to look after tv.em.
I'i.i "Wlicn the Austrians made their
-Invasion, of Serbia a year and a half
ago; they had ho sanitary provisions
even for ' their own men. Most of
their own. wounded. . died, because
tiicy could not. bo property taken care
of. How much relief could an army
like that.afford' to a starving civil
population, IH?O the population of
Serbia today? . <;
"N?; . it ls only your compatriots
Who can help US In thin hour Ox cur
need. And tilley aro doing it, God
.bless them! But there .ls need ot so
much-so much!" The!old man's head
sink on hfc breast. His eyes closed
wearily. It was' as It hts soul had
left the bent,'worn, . pain-racked;
body and flown ?ver.the far inonu-'
tales' to hro own -people.
"?f 'only they had . come a little
sooner, our Allies!" he* went On. "I
used to tell my men: 'Hohl on! Just
a little longer? They Clave said they
Will, come and they will, come;' And
Ibey believed ni? and held OP .;...'
"You know, wo couldn't even see
the Germans! lt wa? nil artillery
machine-made war! My men used to
grind their teeth and the tears weald
run down their ' poor,. thin faces, and
they would:'say: "If only we could
Just get at them! We would Bhow
them!M ' ' ' '
"And then; rode by t?ieif
.linea, I could ?seo them shaking their
heads and nodding ot me aod' whis
per lag among ' themselves. 'Poor old
Krhig!? ith?y w?re. saying: 'be still
believes the' Allies will como ia time,
to save -ns!?? '
? Suddenly the. King gave a little,
hoarse, Jnarticulato cry. H's hand
weht up to his throat. Bte head tell
back. His body: eoHapsodd in a limp ,
Cteap. '. Doctor Simonovltch - rushed
up with a o?ttle in his hand. Colonel
Tcdorovltch lifted the- fainting mon?
aroa in' ^
. Slowly consciousness returned.
King Peter draw a loa? breath andi
looked about oim. daaatf. With his'
? aime; he gzn?y pushed away thsj
doctor and tho soldier, Turning to
too correspondent, shly. as one
ashamed of his weakness, he gasped:
>ur fire ins
his way to tho iiotel. At tho. top ot
tire steps he turned, drew up his
slight body to its full height, smote
his heal;; together so that the spurs
clicked, and raised his hand smart
ly to the visor of hiB cap.
"Say to the people of your great
country, slr, that Peter Karagcorge
vitch salutes them!"
* HARTWELL NEWS *
? ? . ??**??**?*?*4>4>4>****
Hartwell, Ga., March 31.-Mr.
Howard Pearman is In Tlgnall thi3
Week on business.
Mrs. W. I. Hailey visited relatives
In Anderson, S. C., last week. ,
.Prof. Wiaymon McLeskey of Comer,
spent the week-end with bis -parent?
Miss Flossie Jones of Comer, speht I
'Saturday and Sunday with her moth- i
er,'Mrs. Claud Jones.
Miss Edna Dogers, of Elberton, mil
attend the Baptist institute nent week
ami will be tho guest -of Mrs. M
Mr. W. A. Wyles and oMIdrou o
-Iva, S. C.. aro visiting Mr. and Mn,.
..V.T. Adamw and other relatives herc. I
Mrs. Ed Carnes and sister. Miss.
Ruth Doyle, of Royston, visited Miss
on Vesta and Mary ee McCurry last.i
Mr. H?cker Hailey left for A tia nu
Sunday for a short visit to his broth
ers, Messrs. Henry and Howard
Mr. and Mrs. Saul, Mrs. Pottsdam
or and Misses Cochran and Lila Baker
spent Sunday afternoon in Elbeiton
with friends. ^
Mr. and Mis. R. p. Clink nc a les, of
Starr, S. C., were guests last Sundry
.of -Mr, end Mrs.- I, J. Phillips and
Messrs. E. C. Dillard, P. A. .Leard,
Willie iB no wn, F. H. Va nd I vor, and E.
W. Leard were visitors to Elberton
Mesdames L. N. Adams and B. C.
Alford visited Mr. and Mrs. li. L.
Stapleton dh Athens several days this
and last week.
Sheriff and Mrs. A. S. Johnson and
little Albert, Jr., and' Misses Lisle
r.pi Maude Blackwell' were visitors
.jp' ..Elberton last Sunday. '
Mr. Si D. Matheson spent! first of
the.week kfn Atlanta.
W. B. Ayers spent sunday with
homefolks nt Air Line.
Mr. C. Late Johnson is spending
the week ?in Martin ..
.:. Mr. Lawrence Adam? has accepted
a position in Atl*n?s. . . . . ..
, -Miss Ella Thompson has returned
-to Daniel ovillo for an Indefinite time.
y Miss Gladys Grlffp of royston,
wat* tho guest of friends here last
- Mr. Toombs Poole, of Lavenia, was
hero on business 'several days la9t
Miss Ruth Brown Visited Mrs. fi
M. Eavenson in Elberton several
days recently. ; .
Miss Maud Johnson of the county, .
was .in- Hartwell this week the guest
of Mrs. Claud Leard. '
Miss Etta' May. Wilson attended
tho Ayers-Tonsley wedding Sunday
afternoon at Air Line.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gelsberg, M
1 Anderson, S. C., were guests this
week of.Mr; and Mrs. Myer Saul.
Misa . Emma JuHa Kidd was . the
Week-end,guest of Miss Ora Gaines
?t her Cromo near Cokesbury.
; Those attending the play, "Qa
'Trial" in Anderson, S. C., last week
fwera: Messrs. Jim Webb. Harold Al
ford.- Willie fcrown, A.. C. Skelton;
L'fy?d Vandlver, Claud Sorrells and Dr.
P. A, Leard.
Mr?. Charles McBwIn and ?ttr?cv
tlvo daughter. Janie, of Athrnte, atv*
?lalftog ?r . and Mrs : B. H. Webb;;
K 'See ow-Palm ?Sive;.VIrMKi
Owl Dru* Co. ,
Get to knew cad read late?H- s
Seater Wea* Ada ?nd you Wil?
ecea^eee t?wy w?l a?v?^?ttwsy
it five reliable
urance for you
and Kodaklust of
Spring are ??niing
Your outings will nc fur more enjoyable this year if ;Vou
lake a KODAK with you. Now is the time to get out*vo?.ir
. KODAK and experiment with a few film's <6 riiake sure that
everything is in order for picture^takirig! vPresir ijlriis al
ways in stock hero. : . . '
Try our Developing and Printing. Rolls left'with us to
day, Pictures ready tomorrow.
. Full line of all kinds of KODAK SUPPLIES, including a
new line of Albums. ;*. ,
Stationen and Printers
An ounce ot prevention ts'worth
a pound of cure. This ls thc
day Of PREVENTIVE MEDI
CINE. Nowhere is thia so nec
688817 as la regard, to the care
of the TEETH.- VlBli'the den
tist AT LEAST jtwice a year," whether yoii think you heed, lt or not.
Let him give your teeth a thorough cleaning, search out the beginnings
of decay, clean ott the tartar, and in general: PREVENT those dental
evils that are likely to grow on you unawares.
DR. HENRY R. WELLS, 1
Qtdee Over Farmers ft Merchants Beult.
Kesldenco 'Phone Gil. Andoreoo, ti. C. .. Offlca 'Phono ?27?
rangements. Mrs. joseph Lacelle, 124 *ai^& f^fe
Canada, is one of the.fair women of . ": V? ??:?;< WvX
?At?eric^ whb has had her exnerienc? with this sort of a bxjrden. -j
Her; experience is similar; %o the multitude bf ?ath?r*-;^?n?^
s wh?se fetters" are recorded' in the -''Ills' of ' L?fc/? ; A, copy of
this /free booklet ought jo be in thc haWs of cyd^y; ^Ottsevvife
; in the V?itcd States* 'Read what -MrW toc^^ :
Thu medicine is h far: petter than any ^^i^i^ J^H?^ I
; ? tMWW^ baM relieve* ^..^^1^^^ j S
holf-aHye condition. I am nsw in foodhtoith, tetepeifkerach* I ;
8 ing w?tkan wsu?d tate Peruna, tl^r^^t^^m:M^hmM
\^a?v&beurittoH,tit.'' - '.: XWk