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Corns Peel Right
Off With "Gets-It"
2 Drops, and the Corn Is a "Goner!"
When you've got to walk on the
sides of your sho to got away from
those awful corn-pains, there's only
on1 comlion-sense thing to do.
Uno "C1e 00.6t :'11tr( .:1 od
Sm-. in6ne1.En'o hy'l
Put 2 or 3 d 'ops of ' 'ets-It" on the
corn right a% ly. P n and inflammna
Lion will (Is )pea ' the corn will be
gin to shriv fr in that instant
then it loose s nd falls right off.
There's no her corn remover in
the world that. acts like "(lets-It". No
new discovery has been made In corn
':e1lovers since "Gets-It" was born.
Dont forget that fact. "Gets-It" dos
away forever with the use of salves
that irritate, bandages that make a
bundle of your toe, plasters that half
(1o tile work, knives and scissors that
(raw blood. Use "Gets-lt"-no mlore
digging or cutting.
"Gets-It" is sold everywhere, 25c a
bottle, or sent -on receilpt of price by
M. LAwrence & Co., Chicago, 111.
Sold in Iaurens and recommended
as the world's best corn remedy by
liu-eka .D-rug Co., Powe Drug Co.,. Lau
rens :Drug Co., Putnam Drug Co.
Colds, LaGrippe, Rheumatism'
A pleasant hit efecive 111lion,
which reht1111"h t 2tisu revives
thle systeml, adds strength - lit simf/
lhates the nervoui syste 1. It M
absoluitely no0 alcohlol. ant is I ev
ery sesi a tonic.
$1.00 PER BOTTLE
Ask Your Druggist
Ma11nufaictured Solely Biy
tI-IE FERROL CO.
.- 0olumia, S. C.
\iiliEVI 1LE-GltEEN WOD01) 31UTUAL
PIROPER'TY INSI11E) $2,5)00,000.
WltlTE OIL CA~LL on the undt-r
signed for any inforiat loll you llay
desire about our plan of insurance.
We insure your property against (e
Fie, Widstorm or ightnI ig.
And (10 s0 chea00 than1111 any in~suranlce
complIany inl existesce.
Rlememnber we are prep~ared to prove
to you that ours is tile safest and
chleaplest p'lan of ills trance knowvn.
Our a sociationl is low lic9pIsedi to
write ill ti'ance .in tile count da of A b
beville, Clrecnwvood, M Cor lick, Lau
renls an1( Edgefleld.
The oflcers are:
OE N. ,J. FitAaEIl LYON, President,
Columbia, S. e.
J. 11. lILAKiE, Gen. Agt., Sey. & Treas.
(Greenwood, S. (C.
A. 0. Grast .. .......Mt. Carmel, S. C.
J1. M. (anmbreli,.. .....A bboville, S. C.
Jlno. Hi. Chlilds,.. .....Bradley, S. C.
A. WV. Youngblood .. .. Ildges, S'. C.
S. P. Morrah,.......Willington, S. C.
L~. N. Chlamberlain . .McCoricllk, S. C.
R. H. Nichloison .. .. Edgefleld, S. C.
F. L,. Timmermlan, Pleasant Lane, S. C.
J1. C. Martin .. .. .....Princeton, S. C.
WV. HI. Wharton,.. .. ..Waterloo, S. C.
J. 11. BLAKE, Gen. Agt.
GJreenwuooud, S. C.
Clip This and Pin
on Wife's Dresser
('Incinnati map teils h~ow to shrivel
- ui cornts or callusesC so they lift off
w uith tllngers4.
0Ouch ! ? ! - ! This kind of roughl
talk will be heard1( less here In town
if people1 trou1bled wvithl corns will fol
low tile simlple advice <~ this Cincinnahi
of a drug called freez n~le ten~l ap'
1)1ied to a1 tenlder, aching or or hlard
enedl callus stop~s sorenes.I 0once, and1(
50011 tile corn or calluls il es up an1d1
lifts r'ighlt off withlout pain11.
Heo nays freezone1 dries imnmediiately
and never inflanmes or oven irritates
the surrounding skin. A small bottle
of freezone will cost very little at any
(rug store, but will positively remove
every hlard or soft cornJ 0or calls from
one's feet. Millions of American wo
men will welcome this announcement
sig~eo the inatuguiration of the hight
hebils. if your druggist doesn't have
freezone tell hlim to order a small bot
tle for you,
Whenever You Need a Geonerat Tonio
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteles
chili Tonic is equally valuable as a
General Tonic. because it contains the
weliknown'tonic properties of QUININIS
and iRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives
out Malarik 3tndobes the Blood and
3uiidsop the Whot~0s ytes. S0 cent.
The Great Secret
Novelized From the Metro Wonderplay
Sqrial of the Some Name, in Which
F ancis X. Bushman and Beverly
Bayno Are Co-Stars, and Which Was
Adapted and Directed by Wm. Chris
BY J. M. LOUGHBOROUGH.
Author of the Novelization of Clyde
Fitch's play, "IHor Sister," "Ills Back
door Roitanice," and other short stories.
What Has Gone Before.
William Montgomery Strong, a wealthy
young clubman, meets Beverly Clarice
When he encountirs a hand of kidnappers
who' have seize:l tho girl. Strong rescues
her. Ile leans that her uncle, Thomas
Clarke, has sent for h r. The unele.
who is dying, is a memb t' of Wto Secret
Seven, a banof wealthy and brainy New
York criminals, ruled by a mysterious In
dividual known as The Grout Master. Ile
has pledged himself to leave his millions I
to the Secret Seven, but death bed repent
nnco comes to hiin and he decides to leave
it to Beverly. lIe gives her a'vasket fl'led
with treasues, and straightway hirelinis
of Tho Secret Seven pursue her. The gIrl
Is the lizioceit sause of Strong's engage
ment tQ Eunk-e '.lorton, a society girl, be
ing broken off, and afterward sie is selied
by thugs from Tlito Secret Seven and car
ried to thtIr renderwvous. Strong traces
hef thierg, Ja terribly heaten in a terrific
lAght, andtho polico earry hit to his ione
unconscious while the kidnapers spirit
Deverly away to I Chinese der(, where
they try to compel her to reveal the ild
ing place of the treasure, which is in the
possession of Chief of Detectives Acker
ton, although tite girl does not know this.
Strong,. disguised as a Chinaman, gains
entrance to the den, and is the means of
saving Beverly. .
Strong, safe in his homte, with the
faithful Wee See at his elbow, had
much to be thankful for, but his silent
thanksgiving wats centered on one big
event. le iad restored Beverly Clarke
to her mother, just as ie hnd promised
to do. As he thought of this he sighed
and smilled. Beverly mneant muclh toI
himi. The great, grinding gdd of strifeI
an trol adbouhttemtgeh
r, and then that gente btptls
little od, Cuid, hadsingle thmot
Cupi hadtriuphed Strng ws i
altve withel Beverly sheaored im.tt
Pet trail tts berauset trole tgen
oraityti thomatestlue ht Sttrlong
littgd, asCe iied ovnged the great
happiness in his life. Certain it wvas
that grinm trouble awaited him-that
trouble and tragedy were even then
stantding ont theo Ihreshtold of Beverly
The entormoous wealth left by hter un
ele was resp)onsible for It all. Chief of
Detectives Ackertoit had thtat wvealth
locked in a safe in his omlce. lie was
planitniig on that day to Inrtn it over to
Beverly. A fewv mtinuites before Ac~h
ertont entered his oflice, a tall, slentder
figure, masked and carrying a pistol,
crept itto tie latce andi went straight
to the safe whleh was in theo great do
All wats dlark. 'rThe figure fumbled at
the safe-lock with Itnervous determina
tiont. JIust thtein Ackcertont appeared.
With drawn ptistol Ito strode into the
laboratory. There were two flashtes,
and a moat fell dead. It was Ackerton,
Thte mtasked figure fled withoult having
opened thte safe. Soont afterward Ack.
erton's assistant walked intto the place
and( atlmfost stumbllled1 over thte body of
htis chief. H~orrlided, ho rushted to a
telephtonto andi called up Detective Roed.
man Ser,rsj, knowit as "the Sherlock
Holmes of New York."
Sears, after a tihorought examination
of the laboratory, during which he
gathered many finger-marks on the
sife, announced that one of the slay
er's finger's was mifssinug.
"What does that mean?" asked Ack
"It itealns that we must search for a
man with thtree fingers," was the Ia
coitic reply. "Perhaps we will get htim;
perhtaps we won't. What was in the
safe that prompted ti attemptted rob.
hery?" 'lThe assistant told of Beverly
Clarke's treasure and of the tortures
through which she had gone.
"Now," said Sears, "our search nar
rows downt to a three-fingered member
of thtis band. But we must get more
evidence. I am going to Strong's htonme
with these securities and see what else
he knows of the case, By the way,
this young fellow Strong-what does
be (10 for a living besides being a
"Why, until he got into this Clarke
case ho looked after a big taotorf
which he owns-that is-you knotv
itich young man. Factory ran itself;
he spent the money. Didn't havo to
piy mIi uch attention to it."
"Ilniih " iuttered Sears. "Wouldn't
do himi anly hariti if he had to perform
soie real work. Well, I am going to
call on 111. see you later."
Right at the limo Sears was learning
of Strong's bushiess interests Th Se
cret Seven was plottiing to siatter that.
business. ts inother methio of ruin
Ing Strong. wlose life had beeni so
mlarveloisly saved twIce iftelor Dr.
Zulph ihd ordered him killed. .Jim
Pearsall, member of Tlle Secret Seven.
who "worked" in Wall street, was the
chief selmenier this lime. The first
thing Pearsall did wAi-us to hammer at
Strong's securilles tinill they began
tumbling in the stock ialirket. Next
he bred diseontentt among the laborers
in the factory, who sent a delegation
to see Strong and demand higher
wiages. The delegation reached him
just after lie had received news of the
slump inl his securitIes.
"Gentlemen." he said, "I believe in a
square deal. But you can see for your
self that I have been 'lilt' inl the stock
market. It would be an utter linpossi
bility to give you al linvreae at pres
"All right, Mr. Stroig," was the de
flant rep~y. "We like you, but liking
doesn't get us money. We go on. trike
at once. - We'll wreek your factoi."
String, roused to Instant action by
this bhreat, was preparing to hurry
over to the establishment when Sears
entered. And as lie appeared an evil
spirit of The Secret Seven-the Spider
-crept alongside a wall of the club
man's home, seized the telephone wire
there and "tapped" it. Sears, after in
troducing himself to Strong, took out
the treasure belonging to Beverly.
"This represents enormous wealth,"
he said. The generous-liearted Strong
at once forgot his own troubles and
telephoned to the Clarke home.
"Come right over with your moth
er," he almost shouted. "A b!g for
OF HIS FINANCIAL RU IN.
tune awvaits y-oul here." But Pleverly's
greatest Joy was njot Iin heaii-ng, these
tidng . t wa 4nhain h oc
of the man she oved Smligy h
turedan tod ermoherwht ll
ia hadsaid, an hnseadMs
Clark wet oth trnghme
of a ra fotn, Ser none
ftune awas yhere." woud be besig
geatetWhy Mrs Co "----i er the
twals. ntrupted byasriil try otice
ofthete. Itn s loed nesmilnoyannune
tigo antr eto Wee SeeoturiedatWI
11mh srewd ten meanzd Chi
Clrse whent tohe Sreaopeare.Srn
"ntchede thecuriter from ths hqantn
ofead "Ietcfovrue,"oinear founceda
to dheman "oe coney whconvere oft
ctha pouce a."
"rushey are spirt trong Serttteed
inten. gIaono teadx~ othatiztng
fortn wat met folwewd hbm andide
ead.d Why exp laroneA"fr herli
wafse itrrutedlyl ser, l c- outtwh nsh
theatrhee itas a unewman. Finnohh
the rishe littd herieanied Crou
nyandi' aced bugdim. retnu'
"his edm life of peare," song
Strong.&Co "Fomeorye-sed foroe---a
resdme. l have moe wil priehof
the do" / fll
"Yruheed motin tSth ongtteyed
from hae, id Heverly. seeing and
iteney "Witot youd nt elizing
nwa itea me folwe him cand d
mifdo but kewll tofnm gAtirste-hy
sn atry tihe pare asinohingandthe
stodath wedn hnmy heht"- a
thath protsti-ed Strngi viosly.g
*Ithatile she old your headnesp pru
ly amia fane .wodnoacptm -
"Thiso and woan-ievo easure,"oan.I'l
rmitious lan I' hiia od, so Carethin
pelierny affctn't you let meel. Per
haps eny buile upe a otunae. Isoh
welthegetct of leifi iim erto a
"Il tianid joys wfth eualndferencei
I' wor aat. wouldm hn iciln fid
ey from adIl boaeve asappy." '
fiCptoght myohe~vy ihattsoe many
ambr itsln difehadomiass Clarke
plas paffn ins ouadmyef..r
(odo nd of behapy."X.
WON'T STARVE THEM.
'4Ierman Submarines Can Not lieit
luondon, .larelt 30.--na answering to
cluest ions fromh1 tie representative 'of
fihe Associated Press, concerning sub
Iarinie actlvities, Sir Edward Car
son, firsi lord of file admiralty, said:
'"Germant ta(elents are i exag
gerated but no one suggests 1hat sub
uarmie warfare does not calse very
serious dalunge, both to neutrals and
belligerents. The losses, however, do
not exceed ihe estimates on which we
had based our policy and after the
most careful consideration it is abund
antly clear lithat (Iei'ianyhopes of
starving us out are <quite illusory. So
far neutral countries have siffered
more from German methods I han
"CASCARETS". FOR A
OR SICK HEADACHE
lleis for liver 111141 howels, for bilious
nIess, sour stom1110h aid conistipation.
get a 10-cent box now,.
l''irred Toingue. Ibad ('old-s I udiges
tion ,Sallow Skin 4,nd .iselable Head
aches come from a toiti liver and
(logged bowels, \ hich / cause your
-.-- to become fille with undigest.
cdi food, which so id ferments like
garbage ir. a swill b rrel. That's the
first, sitp, to untol iisery-indiges
tion. roul gases, bad bIeath, yellow
skin, mental fears, everything that is
horrible and nauseating. A Casearet
tonight will give your' constipated
bowels a thorough cleansing and
straighten you out by morning. They
work while you sleep---a 10-cent box
from your druggist will keel) you feel
ing good for months. Millions of men
and women take a Casearet now and
than to keep their stomach, liver and
1-owel.: regulated, and never know a
miserable moment. Don't for'get file
cjiidrett -their little insides Ieel a
gosod, '.4 nIle cleansing, too.
* * e * ..e . - C e
* 1H'OlRY TA VElMN NEWS. *
* * * * * * * * * a * e * *
liikor i'avetn. April 2.-Sinvce the
gi'o0undi h gottei dry enotlalt Jo plow
the farmer are T verybsy.
Mr. .. .ilamil llellants lost a good
mutle otie day last week. .\lr. liellams:
had ony ree''ltly b houghl him.
.\ir. \\'ill Sullivani has pitr .;ed a
Iew Over:1i'ed tolrinig ('ar V .
.l isse; Naye and -la ie Roper of
Laurnits. were tlie week-end visitors
at Mir. .1. 10. 1oper's.
.\lt. 1au I Roper of Troy was visiting
WOMEN in ques
showing of newlsprii
sources in America i
we are prepared to r
hiomefolks li-here Saturday and Sunday. was well attended by a large crowd,
Quite I large crowd atllnded church but ther were no oh e speakers ex
at Rabun gunday to hear Rev. W. A. cept froIn omr -i .oo. After the pro
lladln gr \%in wI-; over :h 'nprovernent asso
Mir. and Mrs. ChIucde Wason di ned leationl seld i1. <!v:0l and cake.
with Air%. Rebecca Owings Sunday. IThey took if somatlithinag, like sevent een
The pre'cl !Im inary deeh nia tion contest dollIrs, wIticl will Ie -11:4 for t le n l,
which Was held at the school house, hlht of the school.
If You Suffer From Gatarrh
don't make the fatal mistake of re- spitting and hawking and evil odor
garding it as a trifling matter. Au of the breath - will not only cause
thorities agree that Catarrh is an iII misery t9,y6u1 but will ma Ke eour
fection of the blood. Consequenti , prese qe obnoxious to others. S. S.
sprays, salves and lotions can a w has been the standard blool
ford only temporary relief, - becau o mdicine for fifty years, will relieve
they (10 not reach the source of th your catarrh, because it will purify
disease,-the blood. When you depend your blood and relieve it of the ac
on these temporary remedies alone cumulated poisons. S. S. S. containa
your case is likely to grow .teadily no mineral or habit-forming drugs,
worse until it becomes chronic ard S. S. S. is on sale at all druggists and
possibly affects the lungs. the advice of our nicdical department
But even if the infection does not is at your dis9esal. free of charge.
go this fa;, the continuous dripping Swift Specif Co., 3V2 Swift Building,
of mucous in the throat, the con:stant Atlanta, Ga.
The easiest way to decide what to get
the little fellow is to call at our store and
look over the scores of articles that we
have in stock.
We can supply mugo, spoons, rings, necklaces,
bracelets, etc., in eithqr solid'or plated ware, and
can show you a big afsortment of goods at whatev
er price you want to pay.
We can show goods which would make
fine presents for grown folks, too.
R FOO 0TW EAR
t"ofjfashionable and distinctive foot apparel of
e style correctness may fully rely upon our
rig shoes. We have gathered from th~e best
he most exclusive models to be found, and
neet the requirements of women who desire
There are street boots
of dull bright leathers
with beautiful colored
tops in great variety.
Some are handsomely
There are kid pumps
of such dainty colors as
pearl, fawn, gray and
There are pumps, co'
lonials and slippers in
white or colors. Some
entirely new creatio~s
that never fail to capti
vate every woman that0
We'll be pleased to show you
our choice footwear, Mdami,
and, at the same time, the best
shoe values your money can
[HE HOUSE OF GOOD SHOES"