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DEPOSIT Y OUR I
rp%'oundec 5- Per
BANK of GR
Lift Out Your Corns
Apply a1 few drops then lift Corns or
entlinlses oil 11ith ingerels-- -to 111111.
No humilbg! Any .corn1' , whet her
hard. .'or; U r h 1(01een the to s. will
loosen right tup) and lit oIl, without
at aticle of palin or sorentess.
'his (ir ug is 'alled freezone and is
It q 0llupo)undl(i of ther discovered by a
.\..k at ally drillg store for 11a ,all
hottle of frcezon'., which will cost but
at trifl, bult. h; suffti lin to rid onl.
feet of every Corn or (all u s.
Pt1 a few drops directly up11on anly
tenider, aching oernl oriau. Inlstanit
ly the soreness d isappears and short
ly ti' Vo'n11 or 'allis will loose11,n41
'nl he lifetd off with the fingers.
This d11rlug fre'zole dosn't eat out
the colns or ealluses lotI shilIs them
Without evel Irritating tie sul'rround
.(lst think! No pain at all: no sore
n1e1s or smarting when applying it or
afterwards. If you (i1gg1st don't have
fr-eezone have hilim order It. for you.
It has always been my
endeavor to give perfect
service to my patrons
since eutering the bar
ber business in Laurens,
and wish to thank my
patrons for their liberal
Your Patronage Solicited
Sanitaty Surroundings and Every.
thing for Your Benefit
Enterprise Bank Building
ALL KINDS OF
35c a Hundred Pounds
Brass, Copper, Hides,
etc., at Market
Opposite City Hall
The most vigorous gow
ing and productive of eed
Ryes. Stools out better, su
perior quality of grain, and
destined, in our opinion, to
take teplace of all other
Wood's Fall Catalog
Gives full descrIn~tion and Irdnrmna
tion, and is~fels about the 1,est
RYE, and Other Seeds
for Fall Sowing.. .. .
Write for Catalog and prices of
any Seeds required.
T. W. WOOD C& SONS,
SEEDSMEN. - Richmond. Va.
tt this sum in aritlmuetie:
deposit one dollar in a say
ut to the Credit of youl child
L is born, and add fifty cents
k Until it 1. 21 years oldl how
I it have on its 21st birtlday,
a interest at 5 pler' cI, coIm
l'wer, should be a powerful
in favor of systeltatic say
he $ today.
VIONEY WITH US
e . Paid on Sav.
CeL ings Deposits
ION DOLLAR IIANK"
DOD, S. C.
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Anaa ftlorg Iow of I le beautiful 1 ife
ofI \is. lrilla irowinice llurns, wife of
M.- - ' ei- Iurns, wh1o died S:-pt.
9 : If;.
It wIll Iatisy affectioni's Wish, to
write a line of this sweet youlng man
rnn. w1hose na,1m, realls a noble Iface,
nd to0'Ither a lovely IVrsn0a'.
!iftd we ith tiultua sier gIl of
m utl, thinking onfly of I hose ti ngs
whici'1 ar. Irue, htonest. A t, re, ove
I a ld ofr good repoort, fuil of zeal,
accEordin" ton knto owledge, she had al
oipln eali, a' wa heart, and a help
ing thand. She was loved and holnor
(d inl the home; anl example to the
houisehold. inl word, in conversation,
in harity, it faith, in spirit, in purity,
it sicIlness she man ifested wonderful
cheertful11 ness. Iltder ll 1 conditions
site proved herself 'a teider. sympa
tlt(tIc helpfult frieid, and her meiol'y
to Imte is as "oliti ment. poured fortl'".
"Ifer mltemltory still within my mind
Retains its sweetest power;
It is ithe perfuime left behind,
That whispers of the flower."
Our friendship was long; strong, un
broken, undisturbed, mutual and I now
trust we shall be united, live and re
joice together, in the Kingdom ibove.
ilier seifforgeffull devotion to others,
her gracious ministries to all about
her, her readiness to spend and be
spent fot tie uplifting of those who
needed a helping hand. All these
sweet womanly graces, set in motion
influences that siall bless generations
yet uilborn. Silent. forces are the
Thetre are lives lived in app~arett
obscurtity, spent it unrettuited toil,
tilled witht utntrecorded ministries, of
C'hrisqtlike compassion, and htelpfuil
ness, that shall shtino witht splendid
lustre in that dlay when all secrets
shtall be brought to lightt. IErilla lived
WVell do I remember hetr favorite trc
citations in schtool-Thanatopsis
Psalm of Life, and Crossing the Bar.
"Sunset and evening stat'
And one clear' call totr me,
And may there be no mourning at the
When I putt out to sea,
"Twivlightt. and evening bell1
And aftet' that thte dat'k,
And mtay thet'e be no sadness of tare
WVhen I emblar'k..
"For thto' ft'om out bor'ne of time and
'Tho flood may beat' me far,
I hope to see my Pilot taco to face,
W~hen I have crossed the b~ar."
Site was endiowed witht a mindl of
unusutal brtilliancey, 'possessing a reten
tive memory and by being passionate
ly fond of reading had aceumllatedl a
wonderful amount. of knowledge for
one so young. There, with htetr unus
unti love of the be'attutiu so wvell fitted
hecr tot' the greater things she now
sees and enjoys,
Tr'uly death loves a shining mark,
"Death lies on her, like an untimely
lipon the sweetest flower of the
"ilowv swveetly could I lay my head
Within thte cold grave's silent breast,
Where sorrows tears no more are shed,
No more the ills of life molest,"
"Oh! gt'iet beyond 'all other griefs,
First leaves thte heart lone and deso
In the wide 'world without that only
For whicht it wished to live, or feared
This seemed to 'be hter constant way
PJIEMATURE WEAR ON TilES.
Improperly Adjusted Wheels Often
Caiunse of iapid DeterloratIon of
"lImproperly adjutsted wheels are
frequently the cause for premature
wearing out of tires" states the Ser
vice .lanager of the Fisk Rubber Com
tunv. "If the forward wheels of a car
are incorrectly aligned, friction in
Cr!eases4 anId the tread is quickly Worn
thromgh around its entire circumfer
Included in the free service given
at all Fisk Service Stations, is a thor
ough inspection and test for the align
ment of wheels. Experienced f'ire men
make these tests, but the work or re
aligiment is necessai'ily referred to a
garage, it being more of a mechanics
job than that of a tire man.
Malny drivers Who (10 not understand
why wheels are set at an angle-Cealled
tile alignment angle--are equally mys
tilled when they find a tire tread wear
ilig away in a few htuindred miles. In
itinle eases out of ten t isal ignien . is
the faulit, and because this latilit. Can
d'Clop without. tile driver's klnowl
edge, it is an excellent plan for a m11o
torist to drop in at . any Fisk Fervice
Station where (1he alignaent, test will
be given free of char"e. It, makes no
differettee whiat kcind of tiros ai man
111ay 1be IlsiItg, lie is we'('(olle at aIty
iisk Staiol at any tilme.
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JONI-:S NEWS, *
.10nes, . Spl. '21. -\\e extenld conlgrat
Wlationls to .\r. Thm Ds1ullon and
Aliss \'ela Iliig;;s who were' recetiltly*
\lessrs (iuter, AlcNeilvy and Satter
will ap cin ciate t iie jpalrolage of Iheir
\e wre ery Sorr Y to hear of the14
( dai of Alls. .1. ('. 'ork of lock Hill,
l'rof. Cork was reared here and all of'
his friends tlederly Symp111IahIltizo with
him and (hildirenl ill their sore bereave
Alr. ienry eeks of liiohmoltl, \a.,
rI 'ntly visited his fatller, \lr. .1. W.
Ieeks and alther tives ald friends.
Ar. Joseph l. AL Ota has 1eiolelled
We w're greatly pained to hear of
tie dleatI of .lr. s. calw'rs Itiley wiici
occurred lit .\t. Carnitel ol the 181th.
l.\ir.,ley was reared here and was a
high-toned, honorable, Christian gen
tileman. Ile was our schoolmate, a life
long friend and we tender oir heart
felt sympathy to the sorely hereaved
I1ev. J. 11. Copeland of Urewerton,
preached a good sermon to an appre
eiative congregation yesterday.
Miss Vivian Alartil, daughter of Mr.
and Ars. .1. C. lartin. ias entered Lan
Alesars Joshiiua and Fuiirman Martin
of Mt. Gallagher atended Sunday
sclool and preaching yesterday.
The Alisses Copeland and brother,
of Brewerton sang several beaitiful
pieces for its lit Sunday school.
We receitly met. the following
fiiends, Robert Anderson, Wvaterlon;
Wmll. l.eith It llodges; Alien Sullivan,
Spartantburig, and iter. W. I. I leirbet,
We areo Indehted to the following
friends for receint kind favor's: Johtn
West, Johtn 'Thtomas, C. WV. Edwairds,
Joseph Oulla, Johtn Ihorn, Henry AMur
r'ay, Wariren Cooper, Waiter .\lanley,
J. A. Seymore, W. A. Rhodes, Ernest
Craft, J. F. Mforrison, Elwood Cooper,
Rloy Smith, T. L. Harper, 0. K. Alien,
Chtas. Sweet, W. S. Knight, JTas. Strawv
horn, Wmil. Sligh, W. 'T. Cann, Johnonie
IBrownl, .1. T. Cothran, Thos. Martin,
.Jeter O'Dell aind many other's,
"One of my hens laid an egg with
the date 1920." "You want to encour
age that breed. Those cggs can come
out of cold storage and sell as extra
of tinkin~g, all thtrough 1her shor't life.
1 haven't any gold
TPo leave, If I girow old
Somtehowy it passed me by,
I'll leave a precious will
'When I musilt say "Good-bye".
I'll leave the0 suinshine to the flowers,
fThe splrintgtime to thte trees,
A~nd to the old folks, the memnory
Of a baby upon thteir knees;
The nIght-tIme to theo dreamei',
'rThe song-bird to the blind;
The moon above
To thtose In love
Whien I leave tite world behind.
To every dear 01(1 mother, and
'I'll leave a fire-place;
To plaint thell' favorite scenes
WithIn its golden r'ays,
Scenes-'of thteir child-hood days,
When they were sweet sixteen;
I'll leave thoem each a song
To sing the whole day long,
As towardi the end they plod
To every broken heart,
With sorrow torn apart
I'll heave the love of God.
M. W. W. F.
Fowler, Sept. 10, 1917.
For a Corn-Peeling
Picnic, Use "Gets-It"
Pai EIses 11t, Once, 'orn ,.1ns Dlies!
)o your cor-1-idisdiig easily, Witlh
a sil ile,--t Ie banainli-peel way. That's
the- "Gets-I t'' way,-.the only way,
yourP Corn o1 Call us Contes oly coplte
as, thoug'l It were glad to get off.
World In Corn Agony,
"Gets-It" has etired more corns
than all other remledie; cob:inl,4acd. It's
-' sure as the sitn rise. and as safe a
Water. Ised by m)illins, IDr.n'I take
a ehance with your feet, you can't. af
kord to -,11v i.jent withl unIk1IUnxn mi-:
tores when ,s.n'v "Gets-It'" neVII
"G'ts--It"'will remove any corn' 01
callus. Weart those new, stylish shoes
or- puips if' yo wait 1o.----go ali-ad
and dance. I)emitld "(ta-It" -t hrow
;gib~i1,16bai ol ;'he countier! 2'>w
is all you need pay at ay dIIg store,
of it. Will be seIt direct by N,. Law
reneo & Co.. ('.Chic go. 11.
Sold inl IIIi(ns and rIcomiiulled
as ite world's best (orn1 reei(dy by
VIIrekal Drug "o., laurenis D1)rug C'o.,
l'ow. )rug Co., l'tuiam I)ruig Store,
It. lI'. l'osey,
h.A VON SOl)llS
WILL.I SA VE B-'AC\ON
Wai Departmint Ordirs listIsituion
01 Acli4iiiunt oif Shorimu' in 1l0.s.
C('filumbia, Se(I. 20. .lf0v:'' if' the
"upre~cdenited and u ilook d for df
'a - a il 114 . anil heranse Ihamsit is
t(I cents ;I 11olinld r l i' the sa bacorni} ;
Itho r'econ uendtiona thou from ('Ih icago
th1.'t " -xtIri sh sor lt eh s' Iw suhstitut
'd for "olly" ins the bavon rations and
hams be rubstitilted for a part. of 11
bavon component. has bveen approve
by Q1iar'terniaster lenry (. Sharslpe, Of
the \'.af Delrtament, and Newon 1).
Ilaker, S'cretary o War, avcsording )to
orldeis rveceived by he otlice of \v \v
Mloore. the Adjutant. General, today
fromtt the SoItIheaste I'n Delsari't ment.
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.luisgrove, Sept. 21.--The farmers of
this place are very busy at present
pulling fodder and making 'lasses.
Mr. and Ms. ,. T. Benjamin were
tle Sunday guests of Mir. and Mis. S.
M. Benjamin, and .\r. and .\rs. Charl
ton Ilenjamin and Mr'. 'E1. Iolt. call
ed in the afternoonl.
Misses I.va and Ruth Bolt had as
their Sunday guests Misses Ru11th Sny
der and 1utlh Myers.
lisses Mittle and Mildred llollansd
were the attractive gue'sts of .l iss
Maside Pole Sunday.
Little .\l isses IHlanchie andis l'rances
A nder'son spent. Sat urd'ay withs little
Miss Ethel Bolt.
M rs. IEarl ilnsley spenit the week
end1s in 1)1S'atanbu rg visitIng reclat.Ives.
Mr. Calvin Snyder splent Sunday at
the hosme of .\ir. W. M. Myers and In
t he afte'rnooni Meessr's Calvint Snyder'
and Ver'non Myers motored over to
Cross Key3s to visIt friends and rela
Mr. andl Mi's. D). A. Glenn spent the
weoek-end In Cross Anchor' and Cross
'Miss Maggie Clardy of Barksdale,
and her cousin, Mr. Clardy of Clinton,
weore the Week-end gusests of Miss
Mausde Poole and br'other Loydle.
Messi's Luother' llramlette and Carr'oll
C'hildr'ess wvere In ouri mIsts recently.
Mi's. Willie and .lou Chancy wer'e
the Thusrsday afternoon guests of M.~l'
'L1. . olt; also Miss Roth Snyder.
Mr., (1uy3 lenjamsin was a business
visitor' in Cl intont Saturday.
Mr. IC. B. Hoit wvent to Laur5iens Wedl
nesday (on bussiness.
Ilver'yone arounod her'e Is looking
for'ward to the Union MeetIng whsichs
meets at Langston chur'ch Satturday
and18 Sumk13y, the 29thl and 3th of Sept.
SUBSCII 1 TO Tl IN ADVIRTISIiR.
City and Farm P
Bought and S,
We have some farms for
For Real Estate seeTT
Mr. J. 3. Macken
m 6Sd Ioosterfapk
OPERA HOUSE TODAY
Second-Hand Automobile Tires
All Sizes, and in Fairly Good Shape. It
Will Pay You to Sea.- Them
VU L CA N IZ IN G
Send Me Your Tires for Vulcaiing
I Guarantee a Goca Job.
H. GUY FOSHEE
P. 0. Box 88 Workman's Garage
The main with money keeps it
in the Bank where it is safe
from fire or burglars or his
When you carry your money in your pocket the
temptations and chances to spend it are very great.
greater than you think, for a few dollars here and
there to borrowers and for things you don't actually
need, soon melt your pile away.
Put your money in the Bank. It is safe there.
Add to your balance every cent you can spare. Soon
you'll be "a man with money."
Put YOUR money in OUR bank.
We pay 4 per cent. interest.
The Enterprise National Bank
N. B. DIAL, President C. H. ROPER, Cashier
roperty of all kinds-Fire, Life, Tornado,
>ld Health, Accident & Automobile
sale; from 25 acres up---will sell same to suit purcha
ite or see us if interested in this-line.
rENS TRUST C . Insurace see