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"Well, I Should Say
'Get-It' DOES Work"
4Look A' There, If You Don't Think
It's Just Wonderful for corns !"
"Bless my stars, look at it! Land of
the livin'! Why, just look at it! That
corn came right off,-just like poel
ing bananas. Put your finger on my
toe, right there,-don't be afraid.
that's it,--feel how slmooti the skin
is? Well, that's where the corn was.
'"Did You er See the Like? No
Wonder ete--It" IN the liggest
Selling orn Cure in the WorId:"
Well, thj4 beats all!" That's the way
"Gets-It works on all corns, every
corn, every time. It's the new, simple
way of curing corns. You'll say good
bye to all foolish contraptions like
bundling bandages, stisky tape, plas
ters, toe-eating salves, and grave
fliggers such as knives, razors and
alissors. "Gets-t" stops pain. Applied
In 2 seconds. Never fails. Nothing to
stick to, hurt or press on the corn.
"Gets-It" is sold everywhere, 25c a
bottle, or sent direct by E. Lawrence
& Co., Chicago. Ill.
Is Truly Grateful
For Stella Vitae
Mrs. Paralee Frazier, of Long
view, Te'x., who had been in bad
health for two years, writes this
heartfelt letter in behalf of this
great preparation for women.
"I havo taken a few bottles of STELLA
VITA I" and am now ahnost well fron a
long; soi go of sickne.i. I cannot say too
mhonf for Ihis wonlrful medicine. I had
taken other female nedii ca forttwoyears
with no good resulta. I ant truly grateful
for the cool St-la V'tat hriadne for me."
MRS. P'AltA LEta FItAZIElt.
STELLA VITAE is;uaranteed.
If you are not benefited with the
first bottle, your money back if
you want it. Do not delay. Begin
taking it now. At your dealers'
in $1. bottles.
THACHER MEDICINE CO.,
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L :.;S itfy! The
di1rd of Words
It is w'ritten into l'fe's expectations that
tnotierhooud is Oue one sublime accom
plishment. A n d i f
- there is anything, no
" matter how simple,
how apparently trivial
it may seem, if it can
nid, help, assist or in
any way comfort the
expectant mother, It is
a blessing. And suchi
is a remecdy called
"11lother's F r I C nid."
atomachtd mutscles. It is
en'rtiy rubbed ont thto
surface, and(1 makes
tii relieves theo strain o tg micneq .aua
upon11 the nervyes. Anad as the tine op
ptroachesi, the mtind hasi gone thirou~t a pe
riod of repose, of gentle ex~pecta cy, andi
thii hias an unquliiesttionedi li'inflee ulpon tihe
ftu re chil d. Thlat this is true eR vldencedi
by tho fact thait three gen .io~ pf mothers
have usned and recomni "Afothej'sq
l'lrind." Ask your nearest dlruggist for a
biottle of thIs splendid remedy. It, will get
it for you. And then wrli to Blradflehd eg
tuiator Co., 407 Ilamar Bldg., Atlanta, Ga.,
for a most lnteresting book of intformaatlion
to prospective mothers. It is malledl free.
Write today, It is a book you will enjoy.
For Sprains, Lameness,
Sores, Cuts, Rheu atism
Penetrates and -ealis.
Stops Pain AOntce
For Man and Beast
25c. 50c. $1. At All Dealer..
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
with LOCAL APPIJCATIONS, as they
cannot reach the sent of the disease. Ca
tarrh Is a blood or costltutionafl dlisease,
and In oruder to cure it you mtust take in
ternal remedies. Ilail's Catarrhi Cure Is
taken Internally, and( acts directly upon
the 'alood and mucous surface. Ilall's
Catarrh Cure Is ntot al quack~ mredicine. It
wafs proscribed1 by one of the best ply
aiclants in this country fo~ years anm Is
a regular prescription. It .Is comiposed of
the best tonles kniown, eo tjhlned wIth the
best blood puriiflers. ntin ldtuiretly ont thle
mucous surfaces. Thli e rfect combninta
tion of the two ingr its Is what lpro.
duces such wondertu results in curing
catarrh. Rend for testimonIals, free.
F. J. CIIINl'lY & CO0., Props., Toledo, 0.
Bold by t~ruagnsta. prien 750r~.
Take iauli ' Fumiy Pills for constipation.
H. S. BLACK WELL
Attorney 4t Law
Prompt attention givet to all business
Money to loan on 'Real Estate
081ice Phone 350 Rjdence Phone 95
011c E'memns Buildingr
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* JONES NEWS. *
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Jones, May 15,--The friends of Mr.
John Manley an ox-Confederate veter
an of 85 years, will be pleased to hear
that he Is enjoying excellent health.
Mr. J. C. Martin attended the Sun
(lay school convention in Charleston.
We are indebted to our cousin, ir.
Wilmot Smith, for some choice cab
Mr. Q. 13. Riley is the guest of his
daughter, Mrs. W. A. AlcCord, in Spar
We are very grateful to Supervisor
McCombs and Messrs Riley and Dorn
for having worked our roads so well.
Rev. Mike McGhee, of Honea Path
was the guest of Hon. J. F. Morrison
last week. His friends will be de
lighted to hear that his health ha.i
Mr. and M'rs. Earle Caine and Earle,
Jr., of Laurens, are the guests of the
latter's parents, Dr. and irs. W. T.
We had the pleasure of attending
monish all anil singular the kindred
the singing convention at Poplar
Springs and greatly enjoyed the oc
Mr, H. W. Butler of Hodges will
furnish nice hash at the plicnic.
Ware Shoals recently crossed bats
with Ninety Six and Laurens ball
teams. Both games resulted in favor
of Ware Shoals.
Mr. John Robertson and son, Mar
vin, of Pelzer, formerly of this place,
were the recent guests of friends and
Anyone wishing to rent a home near
Ware Shoals will find it to their in
terest to call upon Mir. Wilmot Smith.
Mrs. John Sims is on a visit to her
daughter, Mrs. W. Jones, Jr.,
Mr. B. L. Henderson is spending
sonic timo in Branchville, the guest
of his sons, Bob and Jim.
Mr. Frank Jones recently caught
an 8-pound carp.
Born on 12th inst., to Mr. and Mrs.
W. T. Jones a son.
Itev. Edwards of Cokesbury will
preach here next Sunday afternoon
at -1 o'clock and we invite everybody
to attend the service.
Don't. forget the Jones Picnic oi
Wednesday, .\lay 2itl. 'T'here will be
exercises by the pupils, addresses by
Col. J. Hi. Wharton, Dir. )avid Riaimsey
a1(1 (ov. 1t. 1. .\lanning. .Ilusie by
i'inceton hand. Blaseball in the af
ternoon and a cordial wvelcomie awaits
all who attend. Automobiles will meet
S(li4J.ilSilli' and ElN'I.IN('E
'The examination for the award or
vacant scholarships in \\'inthrop Col
lege and for the admission of new
students will be held at the County
Court louse on Friday, .July 7, at 1)
i. i. Applicants mnust. not be less
than sixteen years of agy. \'hen
Scholarships are vacant af er .luly 7
Ihey will be awarde' i to tl se mtakiing
Slie highest avera'e at t is examiina
I jins goiverinllg the'~4' ward. Appil
(cant for Selholarshiips shouild wru e
to l'ride~~ln Jonson beforeg the ex
cinination Inr Schonlarsi: exainaii
tree tuition. 'The niext. sessioni ill
liliolia tioli antd en talogwe, addtrec.
l'ies. I). Ii. .Ilhnson., Isock Ii 1, S. C.
l'lltN'la('.\si: 01' ITNS hlNI).
Y ounL: .luan (l'arge Wila. hemin .\e
('e ssory 3iI Suleide.
Spartanburii g, .\liy -.-Robert .Ae
IEvoy, a young mian of Greer, was ar
raignied in Court of (General Sessions
here yesterday charged with being ac
cessory to the suiclidal (leatih of Annie
Mlao (lenni, a 10i-year-old school girl,
of Gr'eer, on October 8, 1916.
Miuch inteirest hats beeni manifested
in the case, owing to the uniustual cir
cumstances wvhichi surround it. in thle
indictment it is chiar'ged that Alct'voy
had for sonic time been attenitive to
the~ young woman aiid was to have
been married to her on the (lay she
coimittedl suIcide, but insteadl of keep
ing is engalgemnent hlad left the town,
thus caulsinig a state of menital anguish
whIch resuiltedi in the gIrl's taking poi
i 1. tober't Glenn, motherw of the
dead girl, was the first witness for
the State, and testified that alclvoy
had prilsed to miarry her daughter
on tihe day lie left Greecr, and that
shortly after learning of this the younig
Woman senit her eight-year-old sister
to a nearb~y dru'ig store whlere thle i)oi
son it was i purchaised. "Annie Mlae,"'
"dIied wvith Ii obert lI eloy's Ilictturi ini
After the int roducetfon of several
other witnesses for tihe State, counsel
for the defence made a motion that the
iniCmient be dlimissedl on the ground
that the State had faIled to miake out
a clear ace of murder. Argunmenit of
counsel had not been completed when
court adjourned for the day,
It is said by attorneys here that this
is the first ease of the kind over tried
in the Cnurt. of nSouth Carolina,
PRES. AND MRS. WILSON
One hundred Thousand Visitors Pres.
ent to Greet the Chief Magistrate at
Charlotte, N. C., May 20.-President
Wilson, speaking on world peace be
fore a crowd of one hundred thousand
people here today, declared that "it
is an Interesting circumstance that
the processes of the war stand still,"
and that "these hot things that are
in contact with each other do not make
much progress against each other."
He added that "when you cannot ov
ercome, you must take counsel."
The president plainly spoke guard
edly when mentioning peace in Eu
rope, but most of his hearers saw a
plain suggestion in his words. lie
intimated plainly that not much pro
gress was being made and that the
objects being sought by the Euro
pean nations could be achieved better
through peaceful means.
The president's words on peace
were given significance by his hear
ers in view of the recent discussion
of the possibility of ending the Eu
ropean war. He said that "here in
America we have tried to set the ex
amiple of bringing all the world to
gether upon terms of liberty and co
operation and peace, and in that
great experience that we have been
going through America has been a
sort of prophetic sample of man
"I would like," declared the presi
dent, "to think that the spirit of this
occasion could be expressed if we
Imagined ourselves lifting some sacred
emblem of counsel and of peace,
of accommodation and righteous judg
ment, before the nations of the world
and reminded themn of that passage in
scripture: 'After the wind, after the
earthuluake, after the fire, the still
small voice of humianity.'"
The president sketched briefly his
idea of what will follow the Euro
pean war which it is understood he
will elaborate more at. length inl an
address hle will del ive' next ,week in
Washington before the League to
Enforce Peace, of which forner I'resi
dent. Taft is President. lie s;hill thait1
"'what you see taking place oni the
other side of the water is the t'enen
dous--I had an~out said final process
by wl'iel a contest of elements may
in God's process be tiured into a co
ordination and cooperation of eie
The p'esident.'s address was enl
thusiastically applauded by a crowd
gathered fro:m several Stales to cele
brate the one lundred and forty
first .\lecklenburg Declaration of in
dependence. lefore speaking he re
viewed a long Inilitary and indus
trial "preparedness' parade, and af
terwards lie was the guest of honor
at a large lunch and went by auto
biliiie to i)avidson College, twenty
Iniles away, wliei' he onice was ai
stud~enit. lle left. tonight foi' Watshi
!igloui, whiere lie wvill arrive (Larly
.\l S. W\ilson11, Seetar L~ y I)i Da ils.,'(l Ser
South Iirl'inai anld .ilayolr Kirk 'atlri('k
of "ulinailled AllnericaniisIn," iniideI,
clared .that. tile Eu ropen war I is a
('ollpetitionl or niatlional 5landardsil5 of
11a ltina Iraidilions, .11nd o1f lnationll
ii'Ic ies-pol it ical sy53 terns. "Europ0eI
has1 gr'appled in wvar," lie salid, '"as we
have granppled in Peale to see whait
is going to be0 done with t hese thinlgs
wh'len they eoiie into hot contact. withl
Iln (fll Dress.
Chairlotto w~as ablaze with Amneri
can flags andl packedl withi eleii
for the first occa.sioni On whlich a
Democratic Pres1~idet has spiokeni
here. .\llltai'y bands wer'e scaltteredl
through the town anld iplaye'd mar11
t11ialimuslc ('onstanitly. Thie lieople
chieei'ed fi'om every housetop and wiln
dow alonig the route taken by him~ iti
h15i' ides about the city. He tw"as In
tr'0ldutced at the 0open L air lmeetingi by
Ulov. CraIg of North Car'olina.
At D~avidson College the presidlent
w~ent to the roomi occ(luied by him11
wh'len lhe was a stuldenit aiid to the
dlebanting 1hall whei'e he spioke years
ago. A stutdent. w~as preparl~iing to
take a nap11 ill the pre'sidenIt's foi'mer1
room1 buiit (ither studen011ts draltpled thle
roomli w.ith langs in 1honor)1 o1' .\lr'.
soni of prn ks of his college da~y8i
Studti~ls gathiered and( ('heeled thle
1)residenlt againl and1 again and made1111
efforts to get h1im1 to spea'Lk. lie said
lie had not. beeni ab le to ma11ke speech
es wh len In ('ollege and1( w~oul d not. tr'y
no(w lit such a Iliace. in comp iaiiy
w.ith miembersi' of the faciilty thle presC
idient and1( .\rs. Wilson wvalked all over
the college campus. They then i'eturn
ed to the special car for the til to
Washington. A crowd of several
thousand people cheered hinm as the
train nulled nut
P. A. puts new joy
O4ACCO IS PREPA into the sport of
-,. -- !MGKiERSUNDERTH E
I kdCo DbISCOVERED IN smoking!.
j ti jGiPERIMENTSTO m l
,. I ODVCH MOSE;DE OU may live to
OBACC;FORCGIbe 110 and never
' \ EtTreANPI SMOKE-s'. feel old enough to
;PATETED vote, but it's cer
iijifi~oYH~is l t an-sure you'll not
1- IR.,,O B : i ( know the joy and
III 71LkA, l contentment of a
D STTTE NGUE friendly old jimmy
pipe or a hand rolled
cigarette unless you get on talking-terms
with Prince Albert tobacco!
P. A. comes to you with a real reason for all the
goodness and satisfaction it offers. It is made by
a patented process that removes bite and parch !
You can smoke it long and hard without a come
back! Prince Albert has always been sold without
coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality!
o Prince Albert affords the keenest pipe and cigarette
enjoymenti And that flavor and fragrance and
coolness is as good as that sounds. P. A. just
enswers the universal demand for tobacco
without bite, parch or kick-back!
Princ. Alb.,t ,s ...dever w,, Introduction to Prince Albert isn't any harder
in'"7: ed's,, tdhd than to walk into the nearest place that sells
tin. lOc; handsome pound and
hai.pound tin humi.,r"-and- tobacco and ask for "a supply of P. A." You pay
that ciever crystal-alas, pound
humidor with spore moisten. out a little change, to be sure, but it's the cheer
top that keeps youofeoinsc
splendid conditionA. fullest investment you ever made '
E national J
R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Winston-Salem, N. C. Copyright 1916 by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.
Everbody knows itby name
C'hero- Cola is sold only in thc original bottle, sterilized,
sealed and labeled at the plant.
Each bottle is filled by machinery---the syrup and carbonated
water are accurately measured by machinery, therefore you get
the same uniform pleasing flavor in every bottle, which is abso
lutely impossible under the ordinary soda fcantain method.
You can get your CHERO-COLA, "In a Bottle--Through a
Straw" at Soda Fountains and other Refreshment Stands.
Everybody knows it by its name.
Do n't Forget to Renew ItaltoflnInIante toeoleronsi'ifodhne
That Subscription moeo eMbiga a'.0'heyrstu'e stihFowi in
Fit Mill t SaetuC r n
ountyy ofow Laurenm.
yinoaeroC so oy in theprigl ofte, thesCtmil-i-ed
hnoNo h211 eepyioie onmeon1Pleas Couont, passed W.\ ay 3fd,
196PyhsiooJhnS is n re i nek t tot on Snl lW' .1 ard f E
Presdin Jugonte as ofile no.ier--h yrpadcroae
S.t of s Aerlih, wccuraely measued ly 2r, thefore y
to~ the1 0ges bidde .~ON shaesday, Nrht tebgntjglonld''rm fSl:Csh ueae'
Jun 5ithe tae uifor orh laor in evr ole, hfo is aso.
l urtAl imphsatil uoe t o and in .ans o n e arer, o hle with, then d
hinyS C.,r ainingM Oe Shell, North i'eol Fon line o soe 21bs
1 Ydon n g if a . yy ChrC l a , beg nt saek ona ternfor t lin
Srenid an Soa Fntnn hne othea oefrysht Stntns
lner boy .\owres rot bysr rn-am eginnon nod7 ad
D n. og r gt M t Re wi All that lot of land in i ( corn er, b ndd on si dTSb ad of Joh
thignid Sout h f. C., containing tone ac, Merth,. Ay J. WT. nfon
Tun t Sscrit i t i onr of oe ole , h e e eas oin corn ouh C Ws bylan ds of .or ik
"" -- 11i11ii ir.on C hr c l e l o10 thenc 2')'l10 Moore a dt o thers,I1( ('S nb1a'(
Sat, intn coro2e: feet or th o th eginning, y ounded Term of, Sale: C a :; orhser
Nr th by h 'ands ofetr .. R. F oler, Meay ith f or p as a n s .a . W f T tern1
dieeasre, tec at tn on South and West. by lands of of 1aeaen1"opidwih h a
.I.Mor an Mr.OhlaShell, to beut reolrolsmeorsoeaub
County~an oas byn"(n. ro Church l t.20,uente 2s1M oeaneda o nt ametemrsa.r
S.Rgr sAfMrdtIwl el Also all that lot of land in Laurens of former purchaser. ;
totehgetbdor o aedy unty, S. C., containing, two acres, C. A. POWE R,
Juo5 11,wti h e~ or fmore or less, beginning at Lanford Clerk of Court$$
sale at Laurens courthouse: ]corner running South 91l yards to Mayv 8, 1rir