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Corns Peel Right
Off With "Gets-It"
2 Drops, and the Corn Is a "Uoner!'
. When you've got to walk on the
sides of your shoe to get away from
those awful corn-pains, there's only
one common-sense thing to do.
Ue .tm-Itt" Yonr corn). Won4u't
Swell In Water, necd-.'. The.'ll
Shrivel. ILoomensi nd I'eel 0111t
Put 2 or 3 drops of "Gets-It" on the
corn right away. Pain and intiliua
tioln will disappear, tie corn will be
gin to shrivel from that. instan I
then it loosens. and falls right off.
Thero's no other corn reiovr in
the world that acts like i'ets-it". No
new discovery has been mtade in corn
removers sille "Gets-It" was born.
Dont forget Ihat fact. "(ets-It" does
away forever with the use of salves
that Irritate. landages that maike a
bundle ot' your too. plasters ithat halt
do the work. kniv es anid scissors; ita
draw blood. 'se "GetI-It" io moret
digging or cutting.
"Gets-It" is sold everywhere. 2.- a
bottle, or sent on receipt of price Iy
E. Lawrence & Co.. Chicago. Ill.
Sold in La1rens and recontuendted
as the world's best corn rtedy b1y
Euir-eka.Dyug Co., l'owe Drug. Co., I-M
rents )rug Co., ltt tnal I)rug 'o.
IA Ni) SA1. E'
State of South Car'ollinn.
County of Laurens.
COV'RT OP COMMON PilAS.
Home B. & I. Asosciation. I 'Ia inff.
Cornelia Iludgens, et al eiendants.
Piursuant to a dlecree of 1 t court
in the above stated ease. I will sIll at
public ottcry to the hihest hidder. at
LauTrens. C. If.. S. C., on Salesay in
June next, being Montday fihe Ith day
of the Ionllth duriiing the legal hours
for stich sales, the tollowintg dlescrih
ed property, to wit:
All that certain lot, piece and parcel
of land situate. ing and being int the
corporate limits of the City of Latu
rens, Countty andI State afore'aid (,oi
laining one-half of one a're. more or
less. lbounttded ont north by street, on
east by lands of .1ames Wilson. on the
south and west by N. It. I)ial land,
and known as lots No's. I a l .i on
plat of N. 11. )ial's lands as survevye
and sub-divided by it. It. IHutmbert, sur
veyor ont March 1t i7. being Ith(
lots conveyed by N. I. Iial and Shael;
and Cornelia itdgens on the sthi of
Terms of Sale: caslh. Purchaser I(
pay for papters. If t te lrms of salt
tre not complied with, the land to ht
re-sold otn samn or stite sibsiluet
Salesday otn samte terlts, at rik o1
former purelma ser.
C. A. P'OWViti
C. C. C. 11. and (I. S., Laaur-ens, S. C
iDated, this May 1 :, 1917. 13-I
CANT LOSE I.ilt.
Trwenty' Yearts Fromtt Today11t a ld
Otte of thei most)5 rinenllit4It druet.1'.sti
of Amteri'(a tmatde a sta.te'rnentI a t en
weeks agot wih htas ('au;sid a grteat
deal of discttssiotn amlontg sc'ien3tists in
the medical 1)ress.
lie said: '"If the ntew hair groiwer'
MIldred Iita IIlt'i Ilit(medy, incr' eases its
sales as It has durintg Ilh' ast year
it will be uised by nteartly ''ve'ry manI
wotman attd chtild itt .\merleta wIIti
dlisapplear' andt with itlIs dlepatureo' bald
ness, itc~hing. scalp, splitlting bait' ant
all scal p dist'ases will tol low and tlIwenu
ty years frotm now a hal he I 4ad will to
a rarity.'' SamplIe sentt for' I0 ItIo lpa3
postage. Mail ortders filled biy .\lIldr14'
Liuise Co., Iloston, Mass.
For sale by Laurtents IDrutg Co.
Yes! Lift a Corn
Off Without Pain
Cincinnai authority tellIs htowiI t iry
up ai corn 4or enius so~ 4 it lift o
Yotu ('orn-test ered men't anid wome114
needi suffer nto lontger. Weat' thle shtoet
that nearly kIlled you beforte, says thh l
Cincinnati authority, beeause4 a feuI
drops of freezonte a1ptli ed dirctly on3 ;tt
tender, aching cotrn or' callus4, st~p
soreness at ontce and)4 sooni the ('orn 01
htardlened canIbis lotsents so it "an it I
lIIfted out, toot anid all; wi'thou111ti aint
A small bottle of freezone costs v'er:
little at any d1rutg store. but will piosi
tively take off 'eery htard or sof
corn or calluis. i'This shoulId be i ed
a. It is Inexpensive and is sai no) t<
irritate the surr'ounding skint.
If your druggIst hasn't any freezon.tlt
teli him to get a small bottle for' y't
This Ie a prescription prppared especialt~
for MALARIA Or CHILLS & FEVER,
Five or six dos 111 break any came, and
if taken then as a inic thte Fever will noi
ret'urn. It acts on <the Iiver better thnr:
Calomel and does not gripe or aickcen. 25c
To Cure a Cold In One Day
Take LAXAT1I VE DROMO QuinIne. It stops the
Congh and Headache and works off the Cold
Drnaglata refund mtoney if It fails to cure
n &WnOwn' .in..ur ,... ..a.t. b., 2S
The Great Secret
Novelized From the Metro Wondorplay
In Which Francis X. Buohman and
Beverly Bayno Are Co-Stars, and
Which Was Adapted and Directed by
Wm. Christy Cabanno.
BY J. M. LOUGHBOROUGH.
Author of tho NovelizatIlol of Clydo
Fitch's play, "er Slater," "lIts Bnck
door Roiniee.i' ani other short-stortes.
What Has Gone Before.
William \i Moutgoiiery Strong, ia
wealtiy yotig clubiiIIn, falls in love
with Ileverly Chirke after resilng ier
from kdtiapiulers selt out )y The Secret
seve, ha ulid of blackiutilers. Thom.
its ClIIake, the girl's unclt, belonlget
to tis hand14, but reetelbfore his
denth and lt-ft 1.1s vaist fortltIe to Bev
erly. The Secret Sevevi itl trying to
get hold of it has the girl selzed antild
tortured, but Siroig saves her, :tid
thenwith pIoitIwer-fu It.I c imIIIi I 1 1Is ruti him01
financl ) iaI1y. Wit Ilp arIt of t ho wealIthI
left by ol Thonas C'Iare. lIeverly
1a ho erl establlish itiutslve
ill a1 imbitWa homei. Ilr. Zutph11. n
conspirator of the Socrt 'ivn steaIs
most ol' Ieverly's treasitre. lut Wee
Se. Stronig's Chinleso aleK. :id a do
tetive r mecovei it. Z lil h. t'llng thI
Stronig 1its takeni lievrly t' i Iharity
h1:izlii., r he lilii er ill KIlI
C l1'.1 iloite, who is a Kel etii i:In lif
The ieredt to ' Itirolig
whlen tlhe yollj': stiljele 10'1111'11 frasill1
tit-e fftir. 11T1d sysc e w.i sei rT-en
!*oreelnelltIIS. "sitoli ;iet-Gl (lit- hutl
ler, .1l1n1 lit, oldt 'Mrs. ('hkr; e :1ll41 lIev
rli eat li i et l Ill I waIstA ill ill t e
Cl'litirke 1Ilsioll by tlie tille (aIter:1
does, -who fire 't \olley. o)f shots1I through-11
tilt! hbarr'ed doirli.
The glent secrel, slowly was begin
g to unfh4 itself. ' t fit \ s
con"Itainled inl the ae whi.-h WeVe Soo.
Str-ong's C'hiin-se vah-l. t \av to) The
f irent .\aster, le:11lr of The eo e
Sve. hr n e', Ia
Ithe idelit \. tf WViliam:1 .\M Ignn r
stron nIlie".14 mverly C'larl:o. Who14 was
Sio g: \V,11> wore Ik I, rI uslI; .
ra t. for li .i
Who was )1 r. I np ?i W ho u o Ilane.
4 xf 1
T V.\ wi Wie See dl
to Theli Gre'tat. .\nslter altI whiilih t
leader of' Thle Set'i'I Steien trized'l st
hIghly or'iiilly was ini the potsseslitn
it wals ai map1 of' a gobl tiiin' In thli
Kl~ondike. I low was It of suth im.
mlenise imKipor'Iatac to liehver'ly Chlirke
Strong, ZiKilli and TJhe Gr eat .3laster?
Strionig, he t ihug for liverl y, novi
hiad recalized'i its truie tmeanb Iiigh but lb'd.
tinta slili lit was 1p1laiig ttoa intr
thle knowtiledge' Itint ee i his hnuger.,
"'We're getinI ~g eltose to te lilt of "
wvolvyes."' sid jil $t'rs t o hiis iis';lda tn,
Ctothrn, as. ut Ithe hieail of a squatd oi
pollcicemen, they huriiried toi lte t'harkt
taionitl oni thie eveinug Ithal Strong,
hiIs swe'leneat andil hieri mth r witK'ert
being Ibe(slegedl Itherie. Sear is alu i or
uniiftormietd piolleoen entlered iand i'ap
SI rong tt do stimie dete"c tv or in
trinhig thle mnysteirh.us Setiet Sevei.
Stroiig anil Sears were di scussing
whleni te tleh~lone hell rang. Sean.1
answeredKC( It and inked knoiw ingly ati
Strtong when lie rtco gniiz'/ed thle v'olei
oft Thel Great .\biier.
'"That you, Sears '" 0ca0: thi Ile leaidei
of The Se'ret Sev'en. "'Well, Ithe plan
wvorked. Wee( See linmie her'e wit h I hai
paperQi ('ontinin~g the maiip ofI thle Klon.
dlIke mIne. 1 lad Im~ droll It so JI'r
Zulphl woul see himi. Zuilih lileked it
tup aiid seemied very mucuh ex elIed,
Whui do you1 suppose lhe wan~tedi will I
that papero? Why wuas hie so iilI, ired
anxIous to get hold of It?"C
tIme," rephled Seairs.
"Do y'ou kniow who thamt was?" till
detectIve asked Strouig after haging
up the tnennhno. "It wnah il inn,
TRAINING CAMPS FULL
AFTEII TWENTY DAYI
l 411Qiota of Forty Thousatid Mel
SeuIried iI Short Tiine.
New York, .\lay 3lu.- -The fui, quotl
ofr10,000 tinit which the wa-lr depari
1ttent t'tuesteil for the oilleers' trinti
1ng catps tiitroughout, the countrl
wis- recruiited wi liti 20 days after 1t
issuance of lie (a-li, Cap. Arth1i
Cosby of the ltilitary training Catp:
associ;tion antiouticed( here tonight.
Af.r (the coinplel lon of the firs
calips, which vII begin their worl
I'letsday, Capt. Cosby said1, It Is ex.
peeld 1110thel series of (atuips) wil
be held probably in August.
".Men. who were eligible but wer1
not selected for the irst ('atup wil
have an1 opporltunity ito ilnake appli
cation for. Is, new~ enlin, said Capt
Cosby. "It I " not tiecessay for mtot
wIto conte tilplated going to the sevolt:
cantlit to seid in their apl)i Wit Ion:
now as ( ite anlouci nlItIll will bi
givet In the nlewpapers.
"We will urge ilie wan departinen
to annolilee a1t as early a (late as pos
sible the date of t11 opening 'of tl
iext C1,tnll so as to allow atuplo tititt
to conduct the pirelninlary roenitiini
and examnination ill a liorle satisfai
toly inanner 'lialt the revent (iler
"We shall url ge niost strlongly tira
with a three iluon1ths' notice alld prepop
aration thte lerit of each ilndividuia
applicant Ilay bo passed onl Io-r sat
Isfactorily and lie airiy authoritie
thellmselves will be beter able to se
leeI the suiccessfiul cand idates alI
give themeto a reasonaile iotlee in ol
der that they may wind up their al
fairs prleparatoly to enteig inlto a
SCIML.\lSHIP amid E-NTRA.NCE
The exailinat loll for the awai rd(
Vacant schlolar-ships Inl Winithrop Col
loge and foi flit' adissio of nVew sinl
dentis wIll be held at the County Cotti
llouse on FrIday. .Itlv G; ait !t a. Iml. Aj:
plicalits must not be lesi than sixtee
yeats of age. When scholashi.4 Ii
vacant aflotr .luly i they wIll be awart
ed to those making the' Idgiest aVet
age at this examIllination, provided the
illet the conditions govriniIg tI
a wa Id. .\ppl ict s fI scholarship
should wite to I''residont .ohisoln fI
scholarship examiinationl blnks. Th'les
btlunks, propely filled ulilt by tho il
plicalnt. soitld(1 bo filed w\it Pteshlet
.Johnson by, .illy I st.
ScholaLrships are wvorib $100 and l tr
tuitioni. Ilie next session will opiv
Septeilber 19. 19117. For fthen il
formaI;t Iionl and( ena alog. *ki1Il ihu .,s I'rv.,
Ident 1). It. .lohnson, I ock Iill, S. (
\X- 71-AT A N
woman will be v
And why not?
What other sort
neat, so trim, so
Don't buy the(
shoes for it won'
We havo the be
Our moderate pi
Remem1 er oux
New high cut -bootsi
White kid, washable
White ivory or rubbt
of the band that has been kidnajing
iteverly Clarke and trying to kill you."
"What!" cried Strong, his eyes blaz.
InIg. ".\ ..nd arve yout playing in - with
No;h' Ilpliylig Inl wIh lle. or,
rather, hle th111n1S he0 IS," Wats thlerpy
There wn:4 Solinetingl. huian aout
The Me lr tiv2hat (M 2eemled to set
hinm a part fro tthe OtherI con Isilrat Iors
of The St''i'I. Sevent. Ilie a a 2rIm
iinai wOi( waa i ri nervai212, n 11111 of
ro2unni ee. .\fter tilin to 1'SO, I lit' n
lenned back fronill his titsik and2(1 Indulg.
ed ti let '. r ~es1pec. I Iv saw liiisellf Its at
workeri inl (the Klondike, where lie had
knlownl Z111ph. Ile was leaving.- Ills
enbinl. andlW.; hi 1 oung wiIii their2
hik1 weie 1hiin 111 gootlby. lie
11:1 ild her a paloir. L'l'erhaps Zuliph's
enpiitily ol I Ile day of the retrospect
revived thle line~itlnt lin.his muhid. The
'hlib engery s:eized It. And there (let
Zulph, t luthing t'he paper wich
\ve Se h1:1 dropped, was beigllIing
t4 have 1 S(%ve.(re cas, of "lerves." lit
wanited to be alonle. I~e Walked to-.
wrd wo foldilig( doors, opened them.
11n(d befor im2 sto tlt teati wife of
T' I e:t Mastr! Ills face betime
'ontorted with fiar a2s he gatzed at her;
then with iight effort lie gathered
hin~slf tgethr, ild the visionl Vail
lsl,0. lit, ,;at downl anid swlenne thle
p11er. .\-ai ena e the vision of the
ir. Ile iled to blot It. out by put
ti2z his han1ds over. hi1s eyes. but 1Ils
on"scilve reilntlessly brouight up (he
pt nd lie -.1w hisllsif and JanIO
\Va.re1ni staning witIL the gil iwife.
\Vh. he v ' houht. he nlleeded i rest.
I'eie was ily ole w n Ill the
I wori'h 2(o' Il him. Ile would will her
IV1ve. .ill then belgin life 111ew it anl
(o2 her ((l321! 2'.,
-l-oir~ed 2u 1 by this p1hn, lie got up
alI wen it t l hIs ollie. 1118 secretary,
ia I l iii1til1. deItire looking girl, enl
tered an(I announed that- Bull Whn
I''. oe( (4f tie( members of The Secret
Soeuen, wNte 11 to I. See him. Whailen.
veiy muche'I ex'ited, wis shown inl.
"'Siy, boss." lie saild. "(I1s here Janle
VIarren is around klkin' illp trouble.
iHer co4n'(scielle Is botherin' her."'
I.eave (he lady to me," replied
Z'1lphl. "' I I. leeovp your eye oil her and
Itll i 'e wl she's lin(4g." Whalen
4depar ite 4'. As he waliked dowil tilth
st iret a l o okilng young man traIl
VIl hili. It '..' Wil limI l Str'on-1g, spe
4ini d(41etelive. At. 3212 opportune 1 110
1- Ilie grabbIed Walen, overpowered
fo him.( .\s ewsbigtknt
heitni he ltdewdro2s lie falqligdon yor
b'est. ) o rbm?
've i-grae you, l'o~ rightoo relied~i
ller'" X<ue id" adSas
help12.me, one fhis clawsiis tmissing!"
lir hie~t took hld i of2 Whl'e'lf
hand,- the irst'304 ige ofallich wasYll
''h'e :nanlt whou k2l1e rckrton, r myie
bst4:i~ ''rl21( thel kenraged Cochran.
1.221 11e at imtchief! Searsve
114r lis withc thoe afound'k but Ac
lro's ola 43 r Il The3similar1t1 sminlig-"
n i'i'i went too 1101adjofnn room.e' lae
\Virre 231,a1s) rsttfing tere.f Sheii hadq
'bI'n 22r:in1 t..o kilon ceson, toth
Ietectiveiil iut helurosely had put her13
1ff. tij4 heoitz'.i tht, efoced sus Pinse
wonbl.ii whenfd sdely eued, bri:nge
fro her22 1 ev'ery1. v1ita1 secr'et that sheo
hadii regar~in12g '/ulph~l.
"lI'o voui kno34w Whalen?'" he asked.
" 'Yes,"'sh saiid 12( (engerly; "4everythling
nhouiit him3. ILet 311 tell."
"'(Ine mi'oent,"4 Sears interr'upted,
and14 124 loturn2ed( Io hIs ofiee, called
SItrong 3ash1( '12and 'to hIs amlazemenlt
'' 3221 go4Iing to le't WlenilC esdenpe.
8I2r22n' l'ft Ih I uldng and Whlalen
was' puot in char1lge of Cochrlan, whvlo,
hiiingit it hi rage~4 at tile su1posed1
Iknow33led(ge 11h3at Ackelon's slayer stood
before.i 1him1, beIgan1 IauntlIng 1h12m.
''You thin2k you2 enn2 fight, don3't you?7"
h2e sneered'4. "Look hlere," and1( lie slap.
12.odV3 Whlenl in the~ face. Then02 h10
413nce arounl311(22d fte prb'iOner, niow.. slap.
l.ing and2( at2in1 kickin~g him. Then
Whlieni's list sudenly shlot out2, landed
(o2 ('oehran~l's Ja)w anid he0 collapsed.
Thei Seiret 50even m101ebe crawled out
oif a wIndow. elimlbed downi a fire es
cann nn2a( i'nn1 lie wn.'a fron.
Gets Share of Inusoraneo Fiuid.7
The City of Ibiu.Ons is among the
cItsies whilqh p)rQfit front the I. per cent
tax on flile.iiiiraincp p'ren uniWs' 11n'
the tax ipaid hV'ire Inlsirance brpkers.
'1he amount credited to this city sever
al days ago whenl the distribution was
made was $210.60. - The fund is pro
vided for- the mnaintenavnce of tho fire
CALOMi SICKENS! IT
I guarantee "Dodson's LI
best Liver and Bowel <
Calomel uIakes you sick; you lose a
day's work. Calomuel is quicksilver nl
It salivates; enlomiel lIuJtuires your i er.
If yol are biliouts; feel lazy, slugg sh
and all knocked out, if )our bowels re
Con tIpated and you. head aches )Ir
stomiach is sour, just take a spoon 11
of harmless Dodson's Liver Tole I -
stead of using sickening. salivalin
enI lomtiel. Dodson's lier I')Tone is real
iliver Imledilinte. You'll knlow it next
Suorin ing becauses you will Wake up
- feliig line, you r liver will Ie working,
-our1 headahe an1d dizzi ness gone, youru'
storin'och% will be sweet and bowels reg
ular. Youi wiIi feel like working.
You'll be celeraful; full of vigor and
Yomu drggisn or dealer -.01s you a
50 entI botle of Dodson's biver Tone
LOVE IS THE
The Stupendous Metro Scri
Mightiest : of :
- Read the Story in Th
VHITE SHOE SEAS
ILL BE! Nearly es
3f summer shoes lool
ilean and dainty?
:heap bargain sale w
t white shoes made.
ices are fully as plea
~xpert fitting service.
yn lace or button style; new
calf, white nubuck, canvas
r soles and heels;-leather if
riation of size an
$3,00, $3.50, '
$5.00 to $7.00
New York, May 10.--Tho unfilled
tonnage of the United States Steel
C'orporation on April 30 last was 12,
183,083 tons, as announced by the cor
poral ion today, an increase of 471,439
tols over fihe previous month, and
again breaking, all previous records.
Special siec's stand Italian
panlint has $1 .98S
.1. C. Burns & Co.
ver Tone" will give you the
leansing you ever had.
und'er ay personal guarantee that it
will (lean your sluggish liver better
tUan1 nasty calomel; it won't Imake you
-iick and you can eat anything you
wanit without being salivated. Your
druggist gtUarantees that each spoon
ful will start your liver, clean your
bowels, and.tratIghten yout up . by
-10iorl1u*-Of you get your money back.
Tiiliren gladly take Dodson's Liver
Tonte benause it 1a pleasant tasting and
doesln't grie)c or cram p or make them
I am selling millions of bottles of
Dodson'S Laiver - Tonie to peole who
have found that this pleasant, vegeta
ble, liver mediciue takes the place of
dianigerouis Calome. Huy one bottle
01n my son ad. reliable guarantco. Ask
your iiruggist about me.
al in Fifteen Chapters With
Metro : Marvels
Advertisei Each Week
sing as our shoes.
colonials, sandals and
you prefer. Every va