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* FRtIENDSHIP NEWS. *
* (Left Over from Last -Week.) *
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Friendship, Jan. 21.-'rhe weather
has been very pretty for the past few
days, and we all were anxious to see it.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Pitts and family
wero visiting relatives in 'Princeton
community, one day this week.
'Mr. J. A. Pitts spent Wednesday
with his mother, Mrs. J. L. Pitts.
Miss Minnie Davis of -Princeton and
-Mr. and Mrs. A. II. PittA spent last
Sunday at Mrs. J. L. 'Pitts'.
Mr. W. H. Pitts and daughters, Mi'
es Leila and Onie, dined at Dr. J. L.
Donnan's last Friday.
Messrs. Edd and Marvin Pitts, of
Camp Sevier, cane home last Satu
(lay night and spent Sunday with hom
folks, but -it sure 'vas rough, thoug':
they say it never gets too rough to
come home when they get the oppor
Misses Leila and Onle Pitts spent.
Thursday night with Miss Addle Pitts
of this community.
Messrs. Guss and George Pitts were
busiensa visitors to Laurens last
Wedensday. Several of our young
people were entertained at Mir. J. M.
Sumeral's last Friday night.
A CHILD'S TONGUE
SHOWS IF LIVER OR
BOWELS ARE ACTIVE
If eross, feverish, sick, bilious, give
fruit laxative at once.
Every mother realizes, after giving
her children "'California Syrup of
Figs" that this is their ideal laxative,
hocause they love its pleasant taste
and it thoroughly cleanses the tender
little stomach, liver and bowels with
When cross, irritable, feverish or
breath is bad, stoniach sour, look at
the tongue, Mother! If coated, give
a teaspoonful of this harmless "fruit.
laxative" and in a few hours all the
foul, constipated waste, sour bile and
uudigested food passes out of the bow
els, and you have a well, playful child
again. When its little system is full of
cold, throat sore. has stomach ache,
diarrhoea, indigest ion, colic-remem
her, a good "inside cleansing" should
always he the first treatment given.
Mlillions of mothers keep "California
Syrup of Figs" handy; they know a
teaspoonful today saves a sick child
tomorrow. Ask your druggist fori a
bottle of ''California Syrup of Figs"
whic h has directions for babites, chil
drn of all ages and grow n-ups print
ed on1 the bottle. Beware of counter
feits sold here, so don't. he fooled. feet
the genuine, made by "C'aliforn ia Iig
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* WA'"1'S Ml LI N E WS. *
* (Left Over from Last Week.) *
Watts Mill, .lan. 21.-''he infant
child of Mr. and Mirs. 'laud Crow was
found dead in bed here on Saturday
morning and was carried to Cedar
Shoals on Sunday for burial.
The little child of ir. J. W. Mott
died at. Laurens mill on Friday and
was buried here on last Saturday
morning at eleven o'clock.
On Saturday night betwveen ten and
cloyen o'clock fire broke out in the
residence of 'Mr. H ar'old Emith, b~ut
with plenty of help the fire was soon
under. control without much damage
Mr. .Jodie .\cKee has gone to Grmeen
wood on a business til.
STiOMACHI DEADJ, MAN STlIILL IV ES
'People who suffei' from sour' stom
achl, fermentation of food, dlistr'ess af
ter eating and idigest ion, and seek
redlef in large chunks of armtflecial di
gestors, are killing their stomachs by
inaction just as surely as thle victim
of miorinei is deadeninig and injur
ing beyodild r'eiaii' every nierve in his
What. the stomach of ever'y suffei'er
from indljgestioni needs ls a goodl pre
scii loll thiat wIll b~uilld up lils stomli
ach, put strength, energy and clastici
ty3 into it. and~ make It stuirdy enough
to dIigest a heai'ty meal without. artifi
The best proeript ion foi' Indlgestoon
ever' wr'ittLen is sold1 by3 drmuggists ev
eirywhere' andl by Laurens Dr'ug Conm
pany and Is igidly guarantee'd tn
huildi up thle stomach and cure' lnd i
gost ion, or nmoney back.
'Tlis prescr'ipt ion Is named1 MIl-o--na,
and is 501l1 In' Smll tablot form1 ir
large 'boxes, for' only a fow vcents. Rle
nimmber thle uiamie, NIi-0-nia stomrach
t aletsa. Th'ley nev'er fal l.
* MON'l'iOMIEIIIV NEWIIS,
* (Left Over fiomi Last Week.)
Mnt 01omeryW'13, (Sparitanbu rg coun t y)
.1 an. 21 .-The follow Inlg fam ilies hiavi
recent1ul oved into thle ocmmnun ity:
Messrs Ilan Poole and family of Ciros
Anchor; .ksioni Cannllon and family ol
Enor'ee, IUlake, Cagdill guid family o1
Lhaurens county, and Eddie Willart
and .family of Lam 'an county. W<
wvelcome all of these neighbors to oui
Milss l"&ora DeShields has returne<
to Lanmder college, to resume heo
'MIss 'ILily Yarboirough has r'ecentl:
reoturnd from Kissliume, Flta., whei'
ohie visIted Mir. and Mrs. Jlrook b~li
. Mrt. J. L, $'oole was' in Laurens o1
LUMBERMEN ARE WANTED.
Men of Draft Ago May Enlist Under
Washington, Jan. 21.-So urgent is
the need for lumbermen and road
builders for immediate service in
France that the War Department has
made an exception to its previous rul
ing, and will now allow experienced
ion of draft ago to enlist, under cer
Any man between eighteen and
forty-one years of age, who is (qual
fled physically and by experience, may
enlist for this service; but they must
obtain permission to do so from Major
C. E. Clarke, Chief of Engineers 0 cc
War Department, Washington, 1). C.,
by mail or telegraph. The men re
quired will be sent to France as soon
as they are assembled, without being
h1!d here fo' military training.
Tremendous quantities of unnhet:
are required by the American troops in
F1rance. A special regiment, known
as the 20th Engineers is being recruit
ed to cut timber in the forests of
France and manufacture it into lum
ber'. This regiment will include ex
perienced men of every class required
in lumber camp operations.
TI'he 20th Engineers need immedi
ately 2,000 'wvoodsmen, sawmill men,
machinists and ethers who have work
ed at lumbering. it also needs 3,000
men who have worked at road build
tug. These mien are to construct
roads from the woods to the mills and
from the millis to the distributing te
pots. 'in' connection with .both the
lumbering and road-building opera
tions complete crews of mee experli
enced in the great variety of machin
ery used and in the camp and repair
work involved are required.
FREE AF)OWElR SEED
Hi.iTING \'S CATALOGUE -
'TELLS YOU1 AI1Ol' IT
No matter whether you farm on a
large scale or only plant vegetables
or flowers in a small way, you need
Ilastings' 1915 Seed Catalogue. It's
readly now and we have a copy for
you absolutely free, if you write for it,
mentioning the name of this paper.
In addition to showing you about all
the varieties of vegetables, farm
grass, clover and flower seeds, our
catalogue tells how you can get frie
live splendid variet ies of easily grown,
yet beautiful flowers, with which to
beautify your home surroundings.
Good seeds of almost, every kind
are searce this season, and you can't
afford to take chances in your serd
supply. 11astings' Seed are depend
able seeds, the kind you ean alway"s
depend on having "good luck" witli.
You are going to garden or farm
th is spring. Why not insure success
so far as nossible by staling with the
tight seed? Don't take chances that
you do not have to in seeds.
\Write today for llastings' 1915 Cata
logue. It's frete and will both lot crest
and hel , yon to sit(cee d ill 191S.-- I.
1.. ii.S'i'I TIGS ('., Seedsnen, .l au
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* TUMhLING 110ALS NEWS *
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Tumbling Shoals, Ian. 1t.-.lust a
little change in the weather. We are
glad to see the sun instead of so miuch
snow~ andi ice.
Rev. W. A. iBaldwin wvas unable to
fill Is regular appoinltment at lien
dierson0 Chiwirch last Sunday, becaulse of
the severe wea'ithler.
Airs. Calvin Tumbling is very ill
at. tis w~ritinug. (We hlole for hecr a
Alr. M1. A. Owings and( famIly have
miovedl into) our vicInity. We wecomei
'.\r. and .\lr's. J. I". Leppard motorted
to Greenville last week.
M1essrs. 11. T. Leppard and .Johnz
1"uirmant Th'omsn r)01 eturntied to Clem
son college Tuesday, after spending
the holidays withl home folks.
Mirs. Jloe Trhompson has been right
sick. We are glad to report thlat she is
Mliss laulah Pitts will soon leave IC
resiumie heCr .studies in Charlotte, N. (.
tWe hope that all of our colfmuity
hmoys that are called to the colors, will
be as lucky as .\essrs. Afarvin and1
They come home. (uite often,
hiest wishes for a successful yeai
t) tile editor' andI staff,
WVO3lEN (dVE OUTl
Illousewor'k is hardtu enoulgh whet'
hiealthby. iEver 13 Inuirens womani whl<
is hiainig biackache, bIlue antd nerivout
spellis, dhizzy headnleos and kidney ot
bladder t ronubles, shioul d be glad I<
hteedl thlil L~aurn wct5~ oman's eixperli
.\its. L. 0. -i llrs, 802 5. Iliarper St.
Laurensi1 says: 'AI had1 'weak Ikidniey'
and( abthit a year' a2o, 1 was5 inl b<
sha pe. 1 'ould hiardly3 get ouit of bet
ii thle morn11 ing; because muy back was
so ahme tandt eveiry t1ime iimovedl, 1
pain liihot I throuigh mn., My head was i
awhtirI most of the time. iDoan's Eltd
ney PillIs t hat I get at 1the Lauret
D irug Co., completely, cured mue."'
Pie t0e at all dealer's. Don't situ
lily ask for' a kidney remedy-ge
Doen i's Kide P~~('Illis-th le same tha
cured .Airs, Ii tern. Fostter'- lilbunt Co.
Props., lhtffalo, N. Y.
Whenever Vous Need a Ueneral Tenit
Tile Old Standard Grove's Tasteles
chil11 Tonic is equially valuatble 0s. 1
- General Tonic because it contains the
19ell known tonic properties of QUININI
and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drive,
out Malaria, Enrichies the JBlod atu
Builds up the Whole System. 60 cents
MAJ. GINERAL WOOD
Accidenitai xlplosion -'ouilded (en. 1
Wood raid Lieut. Col. C. E. 1il
Washington, D. C., Jan. 27.-Major
General Leonard Wood, in France on t
an observation tour, was slightly I
wounded today by an accidental explo- I
sion which killed five French soldiers
and hurt two other American officers.
Secretary Baker announced the ac- 1
cident in this statement:
"A cable dispatch from the head
'quarters of General tPershing states
that an accidental explosion occur- c
ring today killed live French soldiers 1
and slightly injured Major General I
\Vood in the ann, Lieutenant Colonel I
Charles E. Kilbourne in the eye and
Major Ken)yon A. Joyce in the arm." I
It is understood the message was i
brief and gave no further ietalils. i
General Wood's tour would carry him I
both to the front and to the American
training camps behind the lines, but i
there is no indication as to where the
All of the divisional commanders Ii
have been or will be sent to Europe
for brief periods. General \Vood,
commanding ramp Funston, Kansas,
went over several weeks ago.
EAT WITHOUT FEAR
OF INDIGESTION OR)
lIstant relief! "'ltpe's Ditapepsin" I
ends your stomach distress. Try It!
Wondcr what upswet your stomach
n 111(h portion of the food did the dam
au-e-- do yoe'? Well, dlon't bother. If
your stomach is in a revolt; if sick
gassy and upset, and what you just ate
has fermented an! turned sour; head
diz:.y and ache,; lech gases and acids t
and crctu..c undi iested food; breath
foi, ,tol-le coated--jlust take a little
Il'an e's iiltpepsin to help neutralizo
aiiy and in live mnlu1tes you won(ler
what :ecale of the indigestion and
-\lillions of men and women today
know that it is needless to have dys
pepsia: A little Diapepsin occasional
ly keeps the stomach sweetened and
they eat their favorite foods wil hout
if your1' Stolmacl doesn't take ere
of your liberal lih it without reel lin;
if your rood is a damage instead, of ac
help, remembhe ir the quickest, surest,
most harn 1liss relief is Pape's I)iapep
sin. whieb costs only fifty cents for a
large case at (Irug stores. It's 1ru1 <1
wonderful---it stops fernmen Ialion ad
eidity and sets Ihlmrs straigit, so
gently and easily that it is really a:
A dozen nei
colorings and abe
We are shos
and figured. Be
designs for spring
terns in black an
Good Yard Wi
?OURl AND SUGAR IIOARDING
NOW UNDER TilE lIAo
toverinm ent Food Administrator Is
sues New Rtules on the Sale of Flout
Under recent orders antnounced bn
he food administrator no nerchan
stay sell more than 50 pounds of flow
toer live pounds of sugar to one indi
idual. Iocal food administrators an
xpected to put a strict constructioi
pon the ruling and see that the rule.
ro not violated. Heavy penalties wil
ttach to those who violate the rulin
id merchants are expected to take
ognizance of the instructions withou
urther notiflication. The new rules
6s announced by the administrator
ire as follows:
Hoarders of flour, whether individ
gals, firms, or associations, subjec
hemselves to a penalty of four years
iiprisonment or a $10,000 fine or both
lctailers who aid or alet In hoardinw
>f flour render themselves liable t<
he same penalty.
Flour in towns and cliies shonI
>e sold In eighth to quarter Barre
luant ities; in rural and farm com
nunities in 'junitri and half Barre
There limitations arc effective a
ince and they must be strictly ob
The (Ialef's must notify all othe
lealeis in the community who (10 no
mnow of Ihe rules. RIeports of viola
ions should be made to the Food Ad
ministration, Arcade building. ('olum
ia, S. C. Prompt investigation wit
ollow every reported case.
Sugar should be sold in towns an<
ities in two to live pound lots; 1i
ural and farm localities in from ti%
o ten pound lots. This reguiatioi
must be strictly adhered to. lve"r.
etailer should use precaution to pre
ent the duplication of sales.
The United States Food Adm)in1is
ration objects to merchants adver
ising sugar and flour. Advertisin
ends to increase the sale of I hest
Dealers are prohibited from mak
ng combination sales of sugar an
ther commodities, except that o
orn meial. The dealier in hiIs discric
ion may ret iiirc the consiuer to piir
base two pounds of (ornmea'l will
me pound of sugar. 'I'is rili ng I
made for Ihe purpose of iniceasin;
he use of cornmeal and thereby say
.s Shirts a
v spring pattenrs in
ving a beautiful line
at quality. Price by
shipment of thirty-tx
dresses and skirts.
*er for boys' and g
in stripes and plaid:
ales, full yard wide
A white stripes and
[e Percales at ..
"A GOOD PLU
OF'141MtIS TO FOOT THE BILL.
Alaninblan Wants Legislnture to Ita ti
fy l'roliIbitIon Amenmetn1 .
Birmingham, Jan. 2.1.--I. 13. Mu ts
Srove, of Jasper, Ala., wealthy anti
saloon advocate has written a letter
to Governor Charles ilenderson asic
ing the Chief Executive to call a spe
cial session of the Alabama Legisla
iture to act on the ratification of the
national prohibition amendment and
offering to pay the expense of such a
session. It is estimated the expense
will not he less than $50,000.
I am Sincere! St
I Guarantee D
Listen to me'! Calomel si
day's work. If b)il
very druggist in ter-your
d1ruggist and evervhodyl's ;druvaist
has noticed a great. fallin-phl in the
sale of c'alomiel. 'i'Iev all, give tle
t same reason. Dodson's Liver Tone
is taking its place.
Calomel is dangerous andl people
know it. while 1)odson's liver 'Tone
is perftlyI saio and gives hetIter re
suits," satidi a to110ient oat drug
gist. Dodson's 1Liver 'Tone is per
sonally guaranteed by every drug
gist who sells it. A large bottle
Tin, Slate an
Cotton Mill h<
We sell ap4 in
Furnaces oi' He
thirty-two inch silk si
Price by the yard $1.(
of yard wide Shirt Ma
-'the yard, 25c and 35
vro inch Plaid Dregs-G
"Colors fast." T'rice
iris' spring garrnents.
Sin fast colors. Price
in new Spring Shir
igures. Price 25c th<
ns, S. C.
LCE TO TRA DE"
State cf Ohio, City of Toledo, I
Frank J. Chlei y ruido' on)thi that he is
senitor part ner of th1o 1hw uf ;. J. Cheney
& Co., doing iiiw I.n , ii. City of To.
ledo. County ni' i :,oro.ud, and
that said firm v'l - t; .n" ir of ONFI
iI7NDR'd tI M 1101.1..\'< i fr ."a;i h and ev
"ry ('1se or C:I alalrr hrin .-:ii i . )e cured
by the lime 1Of Al.i.': ('.\T.lRII CUItig.
tRANK J. CIl;NEY.
Sworn to before iu nud subscribed In
my presence, this Gilt day of December,
A. 1). 1880.
(Seal) A. W. GLEASON,
ITall's Catarrh Cure in taken internally
and acts directly upon the blood and mu
cots surfaces of the system. Send for
F. J. CIENTI & CO.. Toledo, O.
Sol by all )ruggl:.n, We.
Take Hlall's Family Pnin for constipation,
odson's Liver Tone
ekens and you may lose r
ious, constipated o1"
nsis bit a few cents, and if it fail'.
A) give ealsy 'eli'y in o iveiry '1 m'
liver sluiggishness5 andt consi ipal1ionl,
VOUl llave only to ask for .your' il00l
Dolson's Triver Tonle is a plOea '
toasting , purely vegetable reno -t
hIarmnlegss to both eh ihlrenl and aduli.
Take i spoonfiul i, night, and W\k
up feeling tine; no hiliousness. sick
hendache, nei(1 stonach or consti
pated howels. It; doesn't gripe all
the next lay like violent calomel.
et Metal Work.
stall Warm Air
Write or Phone
ON, S. C.
)O and $1.25,
dras, both striped
25c the yard.
We are showing
35c the yard.
5c nd l c Doz.