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W ANTED: A HO1I
BY 4GEORGE. i
SAYS HE ROBhED Ol HUltCHIES.
Manl Accused of Stealing Plano From
House of Worship.
Nashville, larch 8.-With the arrest
of John Lightsinger here today the
police believe they have ended the se
ries of church robberies that have
taken place here recently. The author
ities say IUghtsinger confessed that he
had robbed eight churches in Nashville.
The police say Lightsinger hauled a
plano away fromi a church last night
and sold it to a negro. When the ne
gro insisted that a stool go with the
instrument, Lightsinger is said to have
returned two miles to the church, ob
taiued the stool an(] completed the deal.
lie also is said to have twice stolen
tle baptismal suit of the Rev. C. L.
Skinner tile second timte after it had
been recovered from a pawn shop.
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* "TAKE NOTICE"! *
Next. Friday evening at the Ora
school house \l r. Poxyface will be
t'ried bhefore Jludhe Kinow-ill:-al, for
prehasing three gallons of booze dur
Sig tle montlb of February nineteen
i und red anil seventeen. Friends of
the prisoner anll( of tlie state are both
invited to be present, and each should
bi ing ten een ts, which will pay for ad
inission, as well as for the privilege of
listening to file eloquent lawyers. Mr.
Long-tongIue, attorney for the state.
Mr. Gas, attorney for the defendant.
Trial at eight o'clock.
TRY "CASCARETS" FOR
LIVER AND BOWELS
IF SICK OR BILIOUS
Tronight! Clean your howels and stoli
le,1iltedle, colds, sour stolilach.
Get a 10-cent box now.
Turn the rascals out-the headnele,
biliousness, indigstion, tile sick, soul'
stomlich and had colds-tirn tilem out
foiiight and keep them out witl Cas
ca ret s.
.\Millions of men anjid women take a
Cascaret now and then and never know
tile misery caused by a lazy liver,
cl ogged biowels, or' aii uipset stoflma'ch.
Don't pult. ini alnothleri day of distre'(ss.
laet Casearets c leans ywo Yur st oima~ch:
i'emove thle soiir, l'erm'iint ing 10ood; t ake
thle excess bile fi'om your' liver and
carry out all the consti tated waste
matter and pboison in the bI wels. Then
you will feel great.I
A Caseanret ionighit str' ightens you
out by niorning. They wruk while y ou
sleep. A 10-cent box fionm any drug
stoi'e means a chear' head, swveet stom
aeh -aiid clean, hiealthly liver' and bow
el act ion for months. Childr'en love
(Cascarets because they never' gripe oi'
PLAN lhl'LIiNG OF1
SMALL1 CARGO) SHIPS
Feerrd Shipinig Board Issues call to
Buihlers to Discnss Conustrucetioni of
Woodhen Vessels for Ocean Trade.
Wahington, March 10.-Steps look
lang to the spbeedly construction of a
large number of woodlen ships, of
from 8,000 to 3,600 tons register, in
Air - jean yards on the Atlantic and
C , coasts to aid American indus
.in meeting the international emer
ency were takeni today by the fed
eral shipping board in the issuance
of a ('all to the chief builders of such
ci'aft foi' a meeting with the board
hei'o March 14.
The board's programn calls for the
adloption of standard sizes, the train
ing of unskilled labor, should skilled
lqboir be requisitioned by the gover'n
mont-a course thought likely in ease
of' war-and co-operation of lumber
inter'ests and the rail roadls in fur
nishing'and expediting materials.
Should the builders not voluntai'ily
agree upon a uniform priogram, it was
intimated today that the government
might commandeer the yards.
Tentative estimfates befor'e the bioard(
show that under' the program a 3,500
ton wooden ship can 1)e buIlt in fi'onm
four to five months. andi that the
yards available for this class of work
could construct up to 1,000 such craft
in a comparatively short time.
Present plans are to uso the vessels
in trans-Atlantic trade, and if neces
,sary In coast-to-coast traffic via the
Panama can~al. It was stated that tho
CE FOR A BABY
A's I.ee Some PLAe OUT 0
BAM.' A PAKth M
ships also might be used to convey
foodstuffs to "other nations whose
Interests would be in harmony with
those of the United States In case of
war," and that. the types selected as
standard be chosen with a view to
their availability for use in war as
well as peace.
NO INDIGESTION, GAS,
OR STOMACH MISERY
IN FIVE MINUTES
"Piape's ilipepsin" for sour, neld
stomnch, heartburen, dyspepsla.
Til:re it! it live miniutes your
sour, aid stomach feels fine. No Indi
gestion, heartburn, or belching of gas,
or eriefations or undigested food, no
dizziness, bloating, foul breath or head
Plape's Diapepsil is noted for its
speed in sweeteiing ipset stomdachs.
It Is the surest, (1quickest and most ('r
tain stomiach antacid in ti: whole
world, and besides, it Is harmlecss
.Millions of imen and Womtieln now vat
their favorite foods withouit Ilar---they,
how l'ale's Diapepsln will save the-tu
frota such misery.
Please, tor your sake, get a large
iifty-eent case of iape's Iltiin is!!tfroi
any druIg store and put y'Oil)' slenaCh
r'glt. Don't keep on beingt mi:rable
---li fe is too shor--you ar" not liere
long. so 1take1(v your stay agreeable. Eat
what .ou1 like and enjo ii, witihout
dread f acid fermentation inl lith.
Pape's Diapopsin belontgs il Yo'l Ir
hon', anlyway. IShould 0nm- of the
fatImily vat somliet hing whileh on't arve
w ilh them, or in case of an attack of
indigesi onl, dyspepsia, g tr it Is oI
stiomach derangement duc to fornien
tation and acIdity, at laytme or dur
1i1 the night, it is handy to give the
lineklest, surest. relief known.
* (R.UY V lCOUR' NEWS. *
Gray Court, 'March 12.-Mufr. Geo. B.
Garrison who has been with the West
ern Union 'elegraph Co. at. Florence
for several years, was a visitor here
several days last week. lie left FrI
day for .1acksonville, Fla., to which
place lie has heeni transefrred.
Mr. It. L,. Gray who has been von
fined to his room for several weeks,
coilities to improve. We were glad
to see himu on the streets Satuitrday af
ternoon. We hope1 lhe will soon1 he enI
I irely himsewlf again.
Iter. ii. b. Ilaggott, who has heen
a residlent of our town ror' more than~l
six yearis, miovedl to Patrtieli, S. C., inst
week, where lie goes to take charge of
a pastorate. We dlon't recall any one
that has left our town that we regret
tedl to give tip so mutch as wve did( Hio.
Ilaggot t and his most excellent wife.
Bro. Blaggott Is a goodl pastotr, a fine
preacher, a good neIghbor and a high
toned ChristIan gentleman. We shall
miiss himit mutch In many wvays. Our
loss wiill be tile gaIn of the good peo
ple of hIs new hld.
Mir. Charles Harley, eldest son of
Rev. 0.G. Oharley of this place was
mtatrried on February 28th at Duncan,
S. C., to Miiss Gertie Glenn. They have
recently movedl near Gray Court on
Route 3. We extendl to them a hearty
welcome to our~ community.
Mr. Charles Garr'ison, repIorter totr
the GreenvIlle Daily News paid a fly
ing visit here last week to see his
brother, George, while at home. We
are always glad to see Charlie.
The BaptIst, MethodIst and Presby
teriana have arrangedl to have a union
prayer nveeting on fsunday nights. The
fIrst meeting will lie at the Unptis;t
church next Sutnday night at 7:30. It
is expe(:ted that these meetIngs will
be conducted principally by the laity.
Let everybodiy conme and make these
meetings a success.
1Rev. 0. (1. IHarley pastor oif the
Methodist church, preachied a most ex
cellent sermon -Sunday after'noon to an
at tent ive congregation. Ills sitbject
Mir. Jeff Willis, travellinig salesman
for Htiehnmond IHardware Co., wh'lo is
nowv a resident of Clinton. was the
gtuest S'atutrday and Sunday of his sls
ter, Mrs. J1. W. Wells.
WV. WV. Yeatrgin, J. 10. JTohnson and ..
T. Peden will attend the WV. 0. WV. Hlead
Camp which convenes at Greenwood
on 20th inst, as delegates from Pecan
Camp No, 23'7. QuIte a nutmber of oth
ers from this and surrounding camps
Mrs. Ida &. Yoargin will. go to
It he's that mean this home wouldn't do
G~erUR Fe6T 0ourW AW.
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6 A 1b PAR % 4 BUT NO! - ~ ,S I1.5 .
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Gorer. Ti% S.R..ENCDU E /1Oo11U11p ,
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W-5 NO 10ME
T A o FOR Me I
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GoreeneWood as a delegate from Violet Woodinen Circle, as Granil Adviser, teacher of the primary grades at Gray We welcome these beautlhi days of
Grove No. .9, Voodmen Circle. .\ rs. having been elected to that office, In Cou rt-Owligs, spe)nt. Salurday and sunshine and warmth mid holpe they
J. E. Johnson will also attend the Crileston, two years ago. Sunday with her pareits on loti ' No. will coltinte, at Ieast tin ii N we (!,III
meeting of tle sate convention of the M.\ ss .\,a1rle Sinipson, tlie excellent One. , garden some.
Our Prices On Many Items Are
Less Than Wholesale Prices
We are going to reduce our stocks in Laurens one-half. We have two big
stocks for you to pick from. NOW---IT'S UP TO YOU.
iY'CLOTI Il NG1---S. C , VA t 12 1-2 V.u\l ity l:lealig, yard\V\:
9m) Sidis, atres 4 to 8, for $1.98, ie . . . .. . . ..
$2.48, $3.39 and. ...........$4.48
.\ges 9 to 18, $2.98, $3.48 $4.25 uip to $6.39 w it leaching, yar A 12 1-24- p tolily Gingiais 10C
.twists Tobaceo .... .... .... 25c(
1 lb. Smoking Tolaco ...... 25c 5001Tacks................. C
(',Ips ........ ...25c, 39c, 48c.. 75c
25e, Table Oil Cloth, per 'd .. 20C 2 spools (good) Thread.......c (Irins Shoes . . 83c, 98c up to $1.98
I heavy (Counteipane, special .. $-1.48 IoY 5 Shtc. $1.39, $1.69. $1.98 to $2.89
1 r.go F'Fautily lible .. ........ $1.48 1 ........ 5C 0i I 's Shoes . . $1.25, $1.48 ilt o $2.48
2 gool Lend Pencils .. .. ......5ci rss Shirts......48c. 69c, 980
1 bx E vcop~s 111 Ppe ( t ie) ~o 7 cakes best Latundry Soal . . 25c ,vn' s lies,- tou t ill -a -1 loc, 25o, 48c
1 box Enlvelopes anld Paper( nlice) 10C ln-4L viCoar4,w ith.5 Io) 1C
1 pkg. Etnvelope4...............5c Mj sLte 'las ~~I i5.rt ~
1 bottle best Ink. .. 7 pavekages (7 ..s.) b.st Sod.a.. 2.c ..ii's I .i a ( llirs, wott 2(5c. I'mt 15
'I M mor tlIn I took .c Don't rail 1 Se l. bargaits il t li
Led--hook ............ 25c 1) ealas Sipotless Cleanser.......25c .
\Vie. Trutnkls" Sutit ( XtSes. W~ts.\all
1 hottle pulre E xtr:w-is, llmonl or h pr
v illa .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. 10CSo p......... c
7 pkgs. W:ishing Powder ...... 25c hi
12 Nutmiegs.................oc 1bg*ai aoee........ c Wt h ~tI its7u
l iig values in Silk liibbons per~ yarui$.8~lc 34
at .... ...........5.c, 8c. 10c. 25c oteVslnS ht as ~~ u im~tttt ~t(
Spte(iail values in .an-es at y'ard 5c ttt' 10o
1 (1ettnin White (Culps ti Sautcers 45c 1eteW~iuisSt~it ~ ~ t~t t~ tt ieIle(i\to .ltt
1 (b-avy lioat, with handle . . . . 19celels lie (ttii,(ottttpit . i
1 Ihulge Lamiip (Chimtiney...........10c 1 tkTapS:.........SWllIape.)rs CotSis.Otin,
eovered Steak Dishi...........45c ~aitee IIt~el~
1 Ia rge Iicowl and P'itcther........$1.25 . . . . . . .5
1 Iartge Wash I 'an (ini)..........10cWass Mc'sOi'hI, or Sits
1 large Pite Pani (tini) .. .. .. ....to 1lreta10cso i..... C hrs htts is ol
1 large Dishi 1Pan (agate) .... ....25c ,2epcaeBaklrugt.....1
1 Coffee Mill ..................25c 'cksT~e httetikSa 5 1.( i!teWijti ~CdLvt
1 set inblers.................25c
1 set Hotel Tumblers.........39c 2~ei ~i~t~P (it '~'Ol..............8
set Iee Tea Tunnblers.........39c (e~...........IS 1. ( itlt Vtet~(' uu 8
Lamps 1)............25c, 39c, 48c to 85c ie tTlu ~we c~1(t ' t i.'teI'~ 5115litt
1 Curry Comb (half feed)........10c ey...........
1 1llor~se Isruisht..............10c 1l.cnArin acmP~ 1(t o ~ 3I.1.i.o 1S .S
1 stick Giermatn Indigo Blueinig .. 5c e............19c triod............8
5 balls of Thread .. .. .... ......c * ( oteho Sraail 8
1 double)1 roll otf Wall Paper' . . .. 15c 4( e ie alrdSre8its.St o lctveIitte 4
1 nice Rug................$1.48 Crn le..$.5 44 n 54 tI s!II osn~IAe ot 3
1 Curtaitn Pole...............1c 5Itfti.(osCra~eLinet .2
TIriunks...............85o up to $12.39OlerSit....$19,$.8$.82e*a'(ose( es'MoliixJy .2
1 gotod Suit Case.. .............$1.48 eboteSvupo ig.4
1 lb. Epstom Salts.............Sc Mi sSx(wtt1IS) e'pi ~ l-tctSaIs~ t) ~tct 0
I lb. Sulphur.................Sc \eI'ad\Vmtt5Rthle( tsoe t
Special lot Meni's heavy gray mixedMci'11S, pea....io25,0cldie
hlose, per pi'r. .. .. .. .. .. . ... .10c~ ; (i; e .Stc ti ubcis.i
Embrtoideries, yatrdl. Sc, 10c, 15c up to 89c iiesad(iidte'sibdIloeItt(Itwit.Tttcia
Special valutes in Silks, yard 39c,
48c, 69c up to.. ........ ...$1.19 a..........lc ~,2cLde'Sos$.8 17.$.8tpt 43
1 lt ingam ad CMubrysi'-Cs Shites leachig, $22ard tt$43
Shit ait peial48, 9c 9c t $.3 awide' o... .......... ..c 25 o4C a' Sos.....lc25,4,7c
WE CANNOT6-BARGAI DAYehS'50 U 200)IS EWSAPE