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c111. . i. 10110 TIO SPE.\AK
IN (GtETNIILE APilli, S1il
Will Addiress (thristian ea-utie Meet.
its it the Greenvif'e (Opera 1ouse
Next Saitulay Ai'ternoon.
Mlr. C. F3. Hlobo, of this-- city, promi11
nent in religious work throttghout the
btate, has beeln hIvited to address the
ineeting or thle ('bri.tiaun League !i the
(reeville opera house. neoi xt Sunday
afternoon. Mr. boli is tone of the
niot efYeutive speakers among the lay
Inen of SoUth Carolina and has sipoken
before ninhlerous large a uienees of
the ste. The announcement eC his
engagetment to speak in Greenville was
carried in the Greenville 'iedmot, as
"-Mr. C. It. 130bo. one of tihe leading
Cltizens of Laurens, will be tle speak
er- at the Christian Iaeagte meetling
in the opera house on the aflernoon
of Sunday, April S. In recent years
in various churches there has been
special effort to put con secrated lay
m1en in harness and get out of thela
all the work for the advancement of
the Master's kitngdlomti that they are ca
pable of doing. ir. lobo is easily one
of tile foremost lay workers and
speakers in Sotiih ('aroina aid de
serves a capacity audience.
"The invitation to Mir. loho was
extended through ir. '. o, Lawton.
i layian whose religious activities are
simply prodigious. In notifying tite
executive comilittee of the Christian
League ha a ir. Ilobo ad accepted
the invitation to address the man of
Greenville. Nlr. a twton wrote:
"I presume that you know that his
deep spiritual life s his greatest as
set. lie is known throughout his coul
Iy, a1udl Iargely in the state, as one of
the imost consecrated laym1en. and a
man who uses his gifts and Ills money
for tle .alvation of souls. I Ie is a
iainker. a inan of wide influence in his
couinhi ity. I feel that the m11en1 of
Greniville have atn unusual opportuilty
awaiting thetm, atInd trust that cvr
lublicily will bte givel to the ititin
so that we may secure for him the
usual large atlendance. I feel t 1h
has a message that will stir our innmt.
"So. 0h1r1 i k a <uIo bl e treat inl stoic
For tho(.se whLo !o to) the o)pera houw(
on th11e aftirnon of Sunday. April
. tlcy will icai a pi.vtiw ig! :-pciieL
M"''Ut'R, A CID ) STOM3ACH
ati'.~ li u 'i. I P'la tie's.2 I Ia
!i1i m II :: '.-I iCo d;, - . 0 7Yt3. Crt.
iI l. I I ti , dit y t oes' i-s1 etip
food yo t f' inln's i >at gie iits
:illiio0i - o r a hv:t alal you
feeov i k z.!, : m i:b e th1at'.4 wo114'
he an hato eIifl-en rs in(p -IifPpe's1
y o . .-te i1 t--o n a ty -- m i e . It Is
ait n~ i niiiei t iri e ati inl ut s oi
lie a iour stomtiach is inl a oi i .
Ide4asie, for your. ;ako. try Papv*'s M~a
ipsin. It's so nedlep to hav an
aord storaih- make yonr next Ifeal a
favorit'E food tnaval t 1h tae A o lft it
Wape~in Thr\\ill" not hie any dis
milin ofin oalr t'oranually.n6I ld
The flist. Siaiur es asei and Rstom-0c
truy elng i eer home. th
Pils urd n 6to14Das f
OINTENTfais tocurtan casofIcig
nindNedig r roruin Pesprc 4dys
SE.ABOA 1 THESTLE BUR1NED.
Passengter and Freiht Trains lleing
Dctotired vial Laurens,
A portion of, ole of the long trestles
nf the Saboatr( Air 1aine railroad, be
twel ( linton and Mouniville, was de
stroyed bV firc ot tun kn11owin origin early
.\liday inorniin causing a dvlety inl
both assengerand freight t raille.
Trailns ar, iow b'eing iloutred het ween
ieen wood and (111lit011 over tle Char
lostol an! Wes\\zlern Carolinia and
N. & 1,. railr-oads via I.attrons. The
trestle was alott .00 teet long an(]
elevett benches were burned. It Is not
known how long it will take to repair
tle damage, but It is ttider'stood thiat
it will require at least several days.
No clues have been founrid to justify
any theory of its origin. HItIuiors were
ripe ott tle streets to the effect that
the bridge was burnrued by G-ermnan
spies. btt tle fact that the fire occur
led at a roit a tround which t rains
('0otl( be easily detottlred sooni dissi
patetl any Incasilness on that point. It
is generally hotight that the fire was
dte to flying sparks frtom some ui
IENSOLTIONS OF RESPE("I'. *
At a mee&ting of th IWolan'i .\ld so
elety of Waterloo Methodist church, the
following resolutions on the death of
\ r W. ]I. Wharton, vice president.
Resolved Fir st, That we feel ou11r so
ciety has sustalin el :tI irtreparable loss
in th' deti of ai elcient ad faitlhful
officer; that tle chiur(ch has lost a de
Voted, conseerat ed and in telliget I
IemIIber; and thle community one wIo
was ever sympatlieic to its purest and
2. That we hank ;oi for her beiau
1tiul life and ' rit n h a trher
lish spirit and her tidelity to duity.
. T'at oilr prayr and svtipatlhy
are with thlie d 1evotd hiusba ant oth
rltions that Imioani her death.
"rs. .1. M. Fridy, Pres..
\N s..I C. Smlith,
MI1s. G. C. .\nidersont.
\\ lrrloo. S. C..
Var ..! f T mIhank4.
1110.' sy p . 'ufl wmny
1'10 neItmb r d !us at the d1,. '1
), .I I)r. .\. C. F uilbI r.I
to4-l W : r ate i itsi
:.: . \\'t i\ lil t I t i
C':vera f-:r Aviares.
One of ti -.1 w devi.I hy wallh
uriiope' w- :t toris ob -ain a l Or.
toret Tri- 101 the aem tli pi-lr3
1iekt .ia .era :11i g Iiiig wt atrvolvig
fil loa i ltt :tvI-opI:ittw lrout:ltt do~wn
by lie l i t ich. It ww n "o sittle 1111d
utnedistfint. i'hotielraphln for iliar
purote ti i11 analtitud beits Gis etk
iithe'l rig ts dhodgeh fii lgtng rvove.
Thiie pisl enn ta st ivet t d t hr e I ~
tint fordi o inthe broulghtow
byte rn ie C-ured.mlean
enctv titl iws tipi d with horge
oumbrs for1 t('ti ie(ch ei s a sht ttny
othr )111it mt lttte to be-n
in, trying tt odeaiihtig.u
rityan thonsing ishbi with sm
ofy usndite n alhe lardiusaan
1the ad hin et the oo niewt e
g ing u lno
s Wilsnvie aill the pleasdie
ider a personal service to
md every lady.
('apt. Persius Not. ('on ieci o U-Heat
Copen1hagen, .\larch :3u0.--O pen skep
t to tile possibility of* bi-lnginig
Britain to knees by a subInel1l)I(4
e una11ign1 an1d thrlough-1 the0 dir1ctprs
slre of strrvalioll, is 4'W e. (I by Ca! -
tnin Por ius, thev naval erili4e of-the
Ierlitner Tag bla:lt.
Inste" te'"' i i ' 11(e and beliIl Of Caplt.
it :4 by ai Lve)l4tt1(,1 lalontlh
lo:ai (f half, a million tols of shi
ping in the next few m11otht1s Great
Britain may be brought to realizo that
a continuation of the war wiould be
unprofitable though this result, he de
clares, has not yet been attained.
The article cites passage in an
address by Prof. IHarins, rector of
Kiel university, on food conlitions in
1ngland, upon which Capt. Peirsils
bases his argument. Prof. Harms,
who is ai authority in this field, esti
mated the wheat supply ill England
when the new sibin1arilie blockade
was declared as enough to last tiltil
March 3o. This was ba:e:! on the
supposition that all imports being In
terrupted by the blockaleI 110 supply
In Gieat Britain could be stretched
by the use of oats, rice, etc.. rationing
and by grain cargoes n% hieh could
get through the blockade. TIle danger
inollt , lie Contended, wolId come be
fore Jily when tile first fruits of
tile hone harvest would be available.
Should E1ngland weather this crl;i
cal period by inports andi organiza
tin, 'rof. 1larnis anid Capt. Persius
poiEit out that the population could
exist for a time ol the izitish crop
anad hl th tle new daiger i411nt woth4
conlie onily whenl this was olstilied.
MOTH ER! DON'T TAKE
CHANCES IF CHILD'S
TONGUE IS COATED
N, ( ro. i-Nt-rishi. sickhilu clena0
lit:1r ther an1d honels.
.\ axative today savi , . .- k hihi
i 1111t, oW. ('hib'o vil i : .4 iwl l ot
akew eI n1011v frola 1111 1 4 1 t ' Y their
howels.1) , whilh Iheroni. elh 1 (I . with 1
wasto. li\( r ult. I :- - a e
Loo 4 lil I0o :200. .\lo h-r! It' 1 t O -
4 1 oulr 1 ild is listle.-. 4144 .4 -
. I, 44.4! or 1a" r1' 1114 a
norul ~ ~ ~ \ of"(lifriatra
. don)' wa ry 44 a it i
ar111 ola d ill :' fe h' n:.
al ih onstigation . wo:1, Sour o
:m(; voi< n wAl, n. T! -:ently 1 .
4~o' ~ 41owel . and . . I ivev a w
sh!" e n ie" i oltliln, all thaw
necess ry. 1 :tho hl i 10heS.
I v- I r4 o 1 1 k11 .1r4 it syrull . .\
your il :! git fk r :1 1'' vr t holiL
Iul d ( i t t . for 'ih , chib44iir I l
al os an fr :a p-ps Ila tin
I 'd. <.n Ow otth. k .nok ' va1refu1 l
u)d e 44 hat it is m)lel by 1h4e "('
* II.\4.0ONY NE'WS.
liarmony, Apri 4 The 4as of0. A
State42 ag is .\4lessrs lla-ifs a Wil
night was 144 -ite iy .\la44 i It'ate) D'an
,llrt iII) ElriM Ion a Isa and ihel
I eport is Ilaat ta'e d1)ndantsH1 )1ead
g)4.1iI and tE' t'4 .11 54144 uce wais that
they(3 ill) iburs'e th 11 oun()14ty wli It hity3
Iie dol(141la rs or' serve4'( for d4Y(ays. W\il
11ev. (1. II. W'illhaus of! Graham, N,
C., is 44ur1 IIastor' this; year and1( the
p40ople ate wel pleased 51w ithi him1.
The1( pe(ople arec anx iously waiting ta
kno th Ile otom o'bli'f that4 special sew
soin of Conlgress. We don41't wanlt war I
onl1y as a last resor4it. W* believe that
a lev.el -headed pre'(sid44 El and( a level -
he4adled con~gress) will vwork that mat11ter'
Tlhe farmers are so) ghal4 to see somie
sunsh~sine as they(3 have pactical ly done1(
.\s I',ar1 kin El Iutghes 1. on1 an ex tOend
ed visit to her dauaglls, Mrs. 'W. A.
l~csley ait 1 l'.ee.
have4( Jutt co lleitd a4 nice tenat
hous for 11.\Ir 1. lEtgen 14'm pson. Work
has1 b egit on Oh iis d1weI inhg, rep~ir intg
and building an addition) to it. Let the(
good wo'4rk go on1, we 11ilm to see It.
A cro(wdI of five youn41g 1men1 frotm
i'hekenis cotinty were :hut.oinlg thr'outgh
here4 Sitnda(y13. We taih. . to get thir 1
1i'wey andii Osit' 11urd4ine of Green
viule autto('d thr'oa:~h this place 'this
morn lingi., (Il the(ir way~ 4o Greenw4'ood.
For Spraips, Lameness,
Sores, Cuts, Rheumatism
Penetrate. and Heal.
Stops Pain At Once
IFor Man ancd Beast
25c. 50c. $1. At All Dealer,.
GIRLS! THICKEN AND
BEAUTIFY YOUR HAIR
AND STOP DANDRUFF
Try this! Your lir tts wany, g:10ssy
and14 abun111ill lit mncr.
To be posns-ed of t head of heavy,
ieaitiitl iluhr: .fvi, i.: itrots, -fluffy,
NYavy and frde. froinl 11t iarff is merely
. Inatter o! using a t;e Danderline.
It is cay and inexpensive to have
nice, sof1 ltair and lois 4A it. .Jtu;t get
1 2;-cent bottle of Knowlton's Dander
ine now-a-IlI'd rug stoics recotmntend
it--apply t little as directed and with
in tenl minittcs there will be an ap
Peuilance of abunda'ice, freshness,
flufliness and an indomparable gloss
and lustre, and try aijyou will you gan
not find a trace of d ndruff or falling
hair; but your real surprise )lli be
after about two weelts' use, when you
will see new hair-f'ne ant'downy at
first-yes-but really )I'w hair
spvroiting out all over/your scalp
Danderine is, we believe, the only sure
hair grower, destroyer of dandruff and
cure for itchy scalp and it never fails
to stop falling hair at once.
If you w'ant to prove how pretty and
soft yotr hatir really is, moisten a cloth
with ia little Danderine and carefully
draw it through youir hair--taking one
small strand at a time. Youri halir will
he soft, glossy and beautiful in jtst a
lw mto eii ts--a deltightli) I surprise
aiwaits everyone who tries this.
Camp Garlington. '
.lembers are irged to send in their
dues so that we may be able to pay
our dites to the State and General
J. D. Mock,
olles '1.9 1
from) t00 to '
ine thes lb.s
p erand *gun 1
- $.0 io$i50
va .4 i l
That is the story of soees of the
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er Presents ner
this week for,Easter; begin tomor
ewcr arrivals have been appearing
hour. Assortments which seemed al
a limit of possibilities have been en
-til they constitute the greatest collec
iodish Easter apparel.
~reis Goods Spring Coats
((olors an dr...0 ~ jl 1~( vpin oas in ail 1 he season' s
indsI~t he0 seen tI inos105 t dsf1.ti uishe c1( 0oos aindJ 4 )
I. 'I 'rices rangi & dei(Sgns and m11 ade of' th most110
iIe fromt $50 to *9.50.j
L ces atSpecial Remnants
I imnthradatShort --end( iercals~ at 10e pe1r yd.
and ootsFew Easter Gifts
dilsilay or whit inlg E~aster girt. There are very
btoots. A spteelal charm111infg piec(es as inex penisive
I .I.E). Slippers in as 25e. I'mrle range to 50)e.
kid, Itatent leath
oetal priced rromn Holeproof Silk Hosiery
iloleproof lHose with all the
quality, shapelinmess and fine tin
h and Worth- ihing details that the name as
hirtWaists suires, ini practically every tint
and tone apptlroved by fashion for
y3 aire excepttional the new season. P~rice 50c, 75c
he pIop)ular colors an $i.00i
Price at 1410For Easter Gifts
Newiparsols, ewegloes, ne
kirts hoiry e gIrdles,~~ new hi
skirts In chilffon rlunons, ne0w waists, et~c
frotm $3.00 to0 $9.9M Arenits for ila~tterlek Patterns.
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