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* AUNT KATE ON TilE WA.
Dear Advertiser Renders:
Since the declaration of war I have
beenl tryijig) to analize inly feeling" of
patriotism. I believe I love my coun
try. I believe that I am willing to sac
riflce for tihe ideals for w hih orr
dem1o0racy stands. -lit-I f I were
to stand in review adi see the boys
in khaki go by I could sing lotu( and
al~plaild hIeartily whenl the Stars and
Strilpes go by held by the California
troops. Mly voice would not falter in
"Oh! Say does that Star Spangled Ban
ner still wave" when the New York
troops go by-and my hands would
keep time in applause and the voice
till ring elear and true on the words
"O'er the land of the free and the
1(eme of the brave"-when the boys
frn the middle west pass beiore us.
An)lI as fhey como' on Ind on, Vrini:.
Norb' CarolIna. South Caro:ea-but
thlen when our own home boys pass
the voice would break and the tear
woald flow- -the war has come home
Sto ep arhuu atils H
, Befo It Takes Hold .
You can do i by keeping your blood clean. The
kidneys filter about 600 grains of uric acid and
other salts from the blood overy 24 hours. When
/ there is more than tlhe kidneys can remove, it is
- depositedl in muscles and joints, and painful rheu
matism follows. Sj S. S., for 50 years the most
efficient of all blood tnics, -will keep the blood
Ask pure and prevent dise se. At our druggists.
Grandfather- SWF SPECIF CO.. ATANIA GA.
He'll W 111
Tell Yoi-. aH SSri
We are eager to have every woman
in this vicinity know the
merits of the
Wirthrmor $1.00 Waist
\\-e waint i i tol 11) knoilw this nII It onIly hecause thev will
I tllla Ut-l- buy thln Li up d1 11*. blit iliope paip etar ei
it <l n( IIS ittis s,0 iingly thlei spiii I I\l i t I s thaI <a.Il
he attaiel whlel the Iretailer mainl manii -tui-<- lil-it. ill .lose
1-1r l u it h a Wuein i n. ii well serve the hyin pi.h
hV. .\ni in iis e icin let us af < that we avail our
S .v Ill , V. ei-y Ip ri Y I f :-. -,11e-h <- - \ porition as will be aii
a iml hiiil ring Milu r1i s Vi ve4, o ia I lies.
These thoroughly desirable Wirthmor Waists
can be sold in just one good store in
in every city and they are sold
Four appealing new styles on sale.
H. T E R R Y
The Man with
is a span.
Time flies---tine flies. The nill will nevcr grind
with the water that is past.., Yo6 cannot buy any
thing with the money you hav'e SPENT.
And each succeeding year les by faster. We
don't know what is in the future, but if vou start a
bank account NOW the future will be free frum pov
erty which is the most dread disease we have to fear
when we are OLD.
Put YOUR money in OUR bank.
We pay 4 per cent. interest.
The Enterprise National Bank
N. B. DIAL, President C. H. ROPER, Cashier
I 1stood it corner of the streets of
S4t111trcnv: Saturd-tv afterzoon when: the
Jtitler (it'ards were hing carried by
automobile oit to their camping
gr0ttdsIM. We liced to console our
elves with the thiought of never be
ooC-ming-. involved with tihe wars of
olioe--we were fondly told and
soothed to slee) with the beautiful
dreamin "lte broad.Pacific on the west;
the wide water of the Atlantic on the
Vas", and vs I gazed (with tearful
c-e I atmit it!) as our boys passed
c4atiurday the thought caie to ie that
tie drean of politichisn was shatter
edt and we were in the world war de
spite all efforts to keep out. A glow
attle to my heart however whlen '
realized the truth, that in the vocabu
lary of our government, there a re
ield two words deart to the heart of
lunttanity--Iigitil and lionorl-and
11old1mg thevs words trte there was
noh in", lett for it.s as a nation to do.
"Tlis far slwt tihou go and no far
ther" w"as the uliitiatimi to the de
spiiable Gernian governme10nt and
to ty1n,!ii!s et humilaity's right-and
they ho to go furte.rthlessly
inl et'fenm e of civilization, in defense
(; dnocracy, in defeise of humanity
ve had to go!
The 111others of the natioln will be
the on1es to feel the war Imlost, keenly.
Ve arc never consul ed but to us the
nation looks for her defenders and
soldiers. Therefore we demand that
our boy. he prepared before they are
sent to the trenches of France. To us
there is nought left but to work and
walt and pray.
"To comuer we must for our cause
it is just
Aid this lie our motto in God will
Oh! Say does that Star Spangled
Blanner still wave
0er1 titI 111d o tlie free and the home
of the lrmave?"
IP. 1.-- ! wish to thank friends wto
Imoe romembered m lately-To the
little w'oman o, 1 ,aiirens who kindly
sent me a copy of "Th Visitor" in
which l a1pl-earIpd - vr good historical
teouttt'it of our11 mtlatern'ial ancestor
Dieve 1.aiwston: to t he one who
sa vedI for m11the t propliesy of the
.\nti Christ" whichI is now Ieing
* (01.D POINT NEWS. *
Cold P'oint. April 2!9. --- v. .1. Al. Pr
<iay necolmianied y .\rs. Friday. paid
omel pastoral calls inl the .ominunlllity
.\lrs.' i. L. ILoake has retiried from
Spartanhurg where site attended tie
marriage of her niece, miss i'ntoiyn
Boyd, to .\Mr. Iennie iroadway of
Mlisses Nina Dincan and Varrie Nel
,on visited .\liss lizzie I lunter tle Past
.\lr.. .J. Guy Brown and sons, lIar
old and HIerbert of Stowah, Tenn.,
will spend11( sotte tIimte w itht relatives
.\lisses lla '.\ae andt K~ate Nelson
anad Mlisses Pa'y andi~ Site Williams v'is
it cd .\trs. ii. Al. Cunntitnghtam Sunday.
.\Ir. andi .\i's. Tiny .\loore spentt theo
Sabb~lathi witht the famttily of M\r. .1. W.
.\ltr. .imi .\i d vi sitedl i s fttt ittid
l' in Iuda. F i e r atd (ty A
.i'crcf W.si' C, tlucan(I~ ofs wlmerg.
\is visi/zih. I fathtr .\tir. O. ( jun.
'n whoc i. vee of a tis ittitisit.
.\lr II. dai.it rMncan Tni failyt of
.\-m a ll viie i at e u d y
lIte . . Wh'eeler ad ~ly .\.te
\i'. 1izzleI '. I linte and1 .\ (If 1 Guty' iS
C'l his dtaughteri fathr STmurdayan
.\.11. A. Wheelertti an .\'lis othf
out'de (' enttuitt at ftwrdays on aColum--n
tLia lat. ek
\ir. Fredi T.chols and fmilarens,
Iame tosiiitts fathr Sat urdayan
bol rom 0. W.i~tat s v 'vill a thig
wr'itinig. We hope lie will sooni he ini
goodt health again.
.\ rs. G uy 10. .\oore has rturni 'ted
from the htosital.
Onte fatrmer in Cold Point, who ruins
two pilows Is planting 15 acres in cot
totn anid :3 in corni. Itf more farmers
wVoul d (1( like that it wvould loo0k more
like living at home.
The fatmeirs of this community are
abhout dlonie planting andI are needing
rain badly t~o bring up their erops.
Whenever You Need a General Tonic
The Old Stanidard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
General Tonic because it contains the
wellknown tonic properties of QUININJE
and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives
ont Malaria, E~nriches the Blood and
Builds un the Whole 8netm. 50 cent.
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* YI'YEllSVILLE NEWS. *
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Tylersville, April 30.--Rev. JT. P1'.
Miller of Enoree dellvered an -educa
tional sermon at Sandy Springs S'un
Mirs. .1. F. Poole spent several days
in 1Anurens last week withi her sister
Mrs. Nabors who Is (1il1e sick.
Mr. and .1rs. C. It. Cooper spent
Sunday with -Mr. and Mrs. .. L. Cooper
Miss Marle Langston Was the guest
of aMiss Grace Poole Sunday.
Mr. and Airs. G. W. Long and fam
ily of Mountvllle weie visitors in this
neighborhood Sunday afternoon.
Allsses Emina and 31attle Donnan
and Mattle lelle Peterson spent Frli
day ill Laini'cs shopping.
Mir. and 'Mrs. .J. 11. iDonnan of Clin
toil spent lest week-ild with 'Mr. and
Mis. .1. W. Donnan.
'.Mtr. Iligh Mye's "pent S'iudly w%!ith
.\Mr. .osh Poole.
Mrys. M.\. 0. Clark and son. Niles,; were
(lhe guests of Mr. and Mirs. .1. ,. Cooper
Miss \Villijo Anstin .lent teh weck
elld with relatives in -Cross 1ilil.
Messrs E. It. Bolt and W. 'M. Myers
of tile -untington section and -M, LM.
Poole of this section went to lF'ieind
ship Saturday to atteni the LTilon
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* W1'AT'TS 3iLMI, NEWS. *
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Watts 11111, April 0..-On last Frl
day evening at the home of the bride
Mrs. Lila Owings and MI. Clyde Pat
ton, both of this place were happily
married by Rev. .1. A. Brock. Nir. an(
Mrs. Patton have a host of friends here
who wish them iulich success.
Rev. Dr. Teiplemain of tile First
IBaptist, cehch of Laurens has been
assistig Rev. .1. A. Ilrock in a series
of meetings which ((closed here on last
Il)r. 'i'implemanl did some ox ecellent
pr-vechingt. Qulite, a num11ber were add
ed to Ihe chulirch. ''lho ordinance of
haptlii sili was adilnistel'red oil Sunday
Aliss Ocavia MeQutown of Cliinton,
is now spnciding a while at the home
ofi heir fat'.1er, Mr. K. V. .\heQuown of
M.\;. It. E.. Thompson, of lnurens,
visited her parents", .\r. and .\r-%. P?.
II. Doialdsoni oil Suinday.
.1. .\l. .\loor and family dine1d wit
.\lri. ii(d .lts. \. A. .loore oil Sunday.
lrs. .\innie Campbell and ('hildren
of \'hitmtire spent Sunday with 'ir.
an( .Mrs. O(uy \aldrop.
.\Il. la tt. WValker of ilobbysville,
visited Dr. It. It. W'al1:er on S'unday.
.laster Hleyward King, of Clinton,
who is visiing at the 1hom1e of lls
11111, Mirs. Claud Taylor, is Very sick
at this writing.
.I'EETIN( IN TiHE INTERiEST
OF iAlSING 31OlRE 110("S
To bel, Il(411 in the Court Hiouse Next
.\iessirs lI. I,. ithakeley, A\. hi. .\hooi'e
anad J1. D). C'ulber'tsoin, pi'omi nontI farmt
irS of the t~ounity, have issued( a call
for' a meet01ing of i I'armers to be0 held ini
It' ('ourit hiouis nex.\t .\)onday, sales
dany, when an or'gaiz'ationl will lie
lpromiotedl to c'ouraigo thle raisiing ofi
bietter hogs ini the ('ouiniy, espieciailly
Ilbirkshire' hiog:. TheI youngii farmers~i'
arle paiulrlyli invited( to alteind. Ini
all priobablilily a inumb1ler o'(f farimers
will 1poo1 thei' interests to buy i'egis
Iter'ed lIerksh(11ire hogs. both I malIe and1(
The call is as follows:
!'very manifli ini 12auren l'i5county, es..
lccally thet younig man11, wh'lo is in
Sttr's ted in hbet1't er lrkhl ire hogs, is
'I 11u5el to meet0 at the courit house
4in sa londay in Mlay, being tile 7thl of
th month(11 i. An ilt erest ing prioposi
t ion wvill lie inide for your beneflt.
A. 11. jAlooie,
.1. I). (Culbertson
Colds, LaGrippe, Rheuma sm
A pleasant but effective eml shon,
wleih r'ebulilds the tism~ies, evlvos
the systeml, adds strength ai I stim
lhates the nervous syste'n It has
absolutely no alcohol, an is in ev
ery sense a tont'.
$1.00 PER BOTTLE
Ask Your Druggist
Manufactured Kolely Bly
THE FERROL CO.
Colnmhla, . 0(
I'LL TELL YOU, FRIFNDS
I can get the bert hair cut and the
best shave in towyat Baldwin's Bar
ber Shop. Thele you will find all
the utensils clean and Anstruments
sharp. Everythi g e1e is in good
I advise you to patronize
BALDWIN'S BARBER SHOP
SALE SOON CLOSES
ONLY FEW DAYS LEFT
TO GET BARGAINS
We have decided to extend our Big Sell
ing Out Sale for a week or ten days longer.
We still have a few spring hats, spring,. shoes,
shirts and other articles of male we iing ap
parel which we are
SELLING T CO
We have a few silk s irts/left. They are
beauties and you ought to e them. Now is
the time to buy a few while they are going so
Remember That the Stock
Is All New and Fresh
CLARDY, &WILSON S
For THURSDAY, FRIDAY
Twenty-five per cent. reduction on
Ladies Coat uits, Ladies Dresses,
Ladies Skirts a d port Suiting.
Buy here this ek, and you save
1-4 on Suits, Dresses and Skirts.
"Take a tip from us and buy now."
CLARDY &9 WILSON
Lauren., S. C.
"THE HO0ME OF GOOD QUALTY"