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VIMY RCIDGE RERO
rhate McMichael Retarns to Gran
ieville H1ome. In Canrisian Forces.
Aiken County Soldlie, Wounded
Three Times, Onte c! lour Survivors
of IMls Company.
Aiken, March 1M.-Private Henry C.
McMichael of the Fifteenth Canadian
Regiment, wounded at the battle of
Viiny Ridge and invalided home AWith
an honorable discharge, has returned
to Graniteville, Aiken County, where
be has lived since boyhood until six
years ago wlieni he entered the service
of the ITnited States army. Serving for
three years witi the United States
army, during a part of which he was
stationed on the Mexican border
$bile Iuerta held sway over the des
tinies of the land of the 'Montezumas
after overthrowing Madero-McMich
nel was discharged and in 1915 went
to Canada. joining a regiment of the
Canadian overseas forces. He was two
yeais and three months in Europe,
seven months of which he spent in
EIngland, while his regiment was un
dergoing intensive training to fit the
men for the strenuous work of hand
to hand fighting with the boches.
Private MeMiehael has a wonderful
story to tell. H1e has been through
the fire and though he came out bad
ly scorehed le has the distinction of
being one of (lie four left alive out of
his original collilny. Except for four
--himself and three other comrades
:i1l te brave Canadians of his com
-any who crossed overseas with himin
A 1d went in to action so fearlessly in
Fh 1e 1a el egium lie heneatl the
lill' s of France.
Private Me.ichael vas woiued
Iihre t tiles in action. Twice at tle
hait .' of Ypres he sustained wounids.
whlk h. being slight, sent him to the
hosuital for only short stays at the
end of which lie went back to the
trcn hes. For i8 months lie was in
Ulh, iront line, in the tiick of the most
feat' fii tlghtling that the world has
erknown, In Frlancev and1 in Belgium.
Thik 11. at the Itttle of Viny Ridge, lie
u l shot down, and if tile bullet that
lor$. thr ouuhi his face d (id not ief la
itatc him for further fight ing. the
wou nl in his leg from which he will
nev- r lull:y recover brou'zht him his
hmn'e. :imaInna his oIn people.
i M iechel has little pa t ictice
hoi I hio rint le her use of tle
h is i war ha. irougli It to
thw]m. for'. asoh says, he has, seen a
Ili ha ild wlat the peopl of E
llnd. P rian ce and Ilelgiimi are forced
The advent of
the time to apper
women in the Ea
best dressed Feet
this Store of Goo<
Shoes were never
ers are dull or bright
beautiful in the extrer
There arc many
High and Low Shoes
Show You ?
a most Careful and P~
to endure and it is his opinion that 't
the people of this country--especially 1
of this part of the country-are today
the most fortunate People in he world.
lie speaks -in terms of the highest I
praise of the heroic endurance of the
Feench people and of the undying valor
of the French soldiery, which, he says,
msut be shared with the British Toni
inies and the daredevil Canadian
troops, and first class fighting men.
Private MeMichael is to be married
on Easter Sunday to the sweetheart
of his youth, 'Miss -Burnett of Granite
ville, who has been waiting for him
through the years that he has been
campaigning along the Rio Grande
under the Stars and Stripes and while
he has been earning the hing's shill
Ing in France and Belgiun.
LEMONS WHITEN AND
BEAUTIFY THE SKIN
Make this beluiity lotiotnt ceaieply for
your face, neek, aris and katnds.
At lite cost. of a small jar of ordil
ary cold cream one can prepiare a fill
ijtarter pint of the most wonderful
lemon skin softener and comlexion
heauttiller, by squeezing the juice of
two fresh lenons into a bottle con
taining three ounces of orefiard white.
Care should he taken to strain the
juice through a flibe c(o o O lemon
p)ul) *vets in, tlei thi. ol ioll wilI keep
fresh for 1110111h.iC"V ry wollialn knlows
that lemon juice 's Ised to bieach and
reimov'e such I ishes as freckles,
5allowness and an and is tile ideal
skin softenler. wlitiner aind beaitiller. I
o list. try It! Get three onliles of (
01 'hard white a alny drug store and
t wo loiIios from file groce r an(d 111m1ke
ip a uarter pint of this sweetly fra
gant. lemon lotioll and IIIassage' it
daily into tile face. neck arms and 1
ha 1ds. it .,; ' l ous to milootihe
rough. r'ed hand1(1..
* * * * * 6 S * * * 0 0 dS
Dials, 11,arch 18.-Thle Im1provemlenlt
?tssoclatI loll of Dials gave an oyster
supp1r iursday evening. The affair
Was lield in tlie hanlildsoie new school
hilding at this place. A large crowd
wa inl attendance alid a leat little
sim was realized, all of wieh ' ill be
uisid by jle ladies for t le bet tiiI e lit
of Ile school.
Mirs. Arthu1ir liarris. .\iss Maitte Sim
m1on.leas.J.lhn Shuimonls, Plines
I Ia iris and W. P. I iarris llotored to
Simrutanhu rz 'Thurisday, where t hey
visited Mr. Arthui Harris who is still
contineld in lt e1 Seedly 11ostital, af
1te' undego'i'ntullig k al operalon. The lat -
'0' report is ro the efflect tha01t he( is do4
ing nicely, and his frieds and rela
tive.- trIust he will sooni he Iveovercd
Easter marks the retu
r in Spring footwear!
ster parade will be we.
will be wearing foot x
:h and See if This14
so handsome as they are th
as you prefer-while the col
Artistic combinations of col
that are b~eyondl the pen of
en's Shoes, $3.00 to $10.
omen's Shoes, $3.00 to 4
that this Store of Better Shc
iinstaking Service in every
Shoes That Satisf
aifciently to return to his home and
Misses Fannie and Sallie Brownlee,
lena and Ethel Martin and Mr. Joe
3rownlee, spent esveral hours in Lau
'ens Thursday shopping.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Curry and Miss
lewell Curry, were recent visitors in
-Mr. Brook ter Abercrombie and ir.
harIes McCall spent last week in
'aurens 'where they Are in attend
ince as Jurors.
.lr. and Mrs. L. W. Brooks were
miisiness visitors in Laurens Tuesday.
Mr. Claud Arintrong, after an ex
enied visit with homefolks here re
irined to Baltimore, Md.
A very delightful social affair of the
'ecent past, was the lovely Valentine
1nd Washington's birthday party giv
.n by Miss Jewell Curry on the even
ng of the 23rd of February, in honor
>f the Young People's Society or which
;.c is president.
II keeping with the patriotic as well
L% sentimienlal spirit of the occasion
he rooms were effectively decorated
viih iininatiure flags and red hearts.
.ontests, together with pleasing musi
'al selections, were enjoyed through
mit the evening. In the meantime de
icious refreshnunts. consisting of pop
-orin, amlibrosia and 'rnckers were
;erved by the hostess, assisted by Aliss
"evil Owings. Among tile number
>resent wKl Alisses kale and Elileen
Iinrry, Cecil OViniga. .\ laggie i)Cirry,
iara Campbell, .\anide Owings, Clara
leCall, Lilly aid .1eani'tte 'T'lonason,
)ewvy Armst'-rong, Alessr. Lonr
)%wings25, 1. .\l. Owiigs. Clonl ni Clyde
W\illis. Niwn sl Harris. 110h .\lCall,
llalph llellams- and :'hIald .\rmstrong,
.\lr. GIover.I llend(erson,. sonl of .\lr.
Ioberi llendeirsonl, of this place, lias
joined the coast artillery and Is now
t1aitoned at Port Scrivien, near Savan
nah. (1a. Youl I iiderson Is the
e.conid one of .\ir. Ilenmlersonl's sons.
o joini flit, aiiy. .11. Conversc llen
lrsnii, Ohe oldIr' i son, is alre'ady "over
thevro", having-- been sentl to "Sromle
vheire inl iranice" inl the early fall.
A IRed Cross auixiliary society wa.
)rganiiizedl at Dial church Siiamlay
Mornling,- .\larch 110th. with In enr11oll
ment11 (f abIot i- embr1 Therel wasI:
nlo (ra hng r i ll 1n11ha1 ovcai onl.
1.V i o , ii' l ie1 G. . lirl iMiindly
.ivina: over his, houri to) the comple
lion of 1tie or aii ization. .\lI. V. 1).
11o0. of' (;ray ('ourt. luul 01b1r:!( w, the
wo M \r. 14oH tnehe with thle
RC.G. C. l1Iary. 11ro;nted thle c n
f Ihe Red Cross in a very interesiin
Uennme - a
r'n of Spring and
Most men and
1 dressed, and the
vear' urchased at
is Spring. The ]leath
orings of leathersg arc
or'ed leather's in both
dlescr'iptiop ! May we
~es renders its Patronis
and heartfelt manner.
The following officers were elected:
Chairman, Mr. W. C. Curry; Secretary,
Miss Sallie ). Brownlee; Treasurer,
Miss Jewell Curry; Chairman of Fi
nancial Committee. Miss liiannio
Browniee; 'Chairman of Alembership
'Committee, Mr. C. L. Owings; Chair
man of W'onan's Workers, Airs. States
As yet no .lunior Uranch of the Red
'Cross has been organized. However,
it is hoped that the teachers of the
day school will take the matter in
charge and organize their pupils in
belialf of this worthy cause.
Misses Kate Curry, Eileen Curry
and Cecil Owings, of Fork Shoals and
'lillside respectiveIy, spent last week
en1d with homefolks.
Mr. and MlIrs. L. W. Brooks, and lit
tle Sarai 1letle, were the Situnday
guests of Mr. 0. F. 1ou00 and family
of (ray Court.
Step Lively! Corns
Quit with "Gets-It"'
The Great Corn-Loose.wir of' (he A-e.
Never Fails. Palinless.
Watch my step? What's the use! I
I go along "righLt side up without
care," even with corns, becallse I use
"Gets-It", the painless, off-like-a-ba
nana-peel corn renmover. I tried( oth
er ways galore, until I Iwas bilue in the
face and red in the toes. No more for
Me. I'sv "Gets-I ". It, never fals.
Touch any corn r callus with two
drops of "ets- ', and "Gets-It" does
the rest. It's reljef to be able to
stoil citting jcoins, ma k in thei
Weud wrappin' them up like d Iackag
es and sin.,lg sticky 1aplie an d salvrs. It
riniOVCs any (conlear and 114a1
lea vi n) the tte a.i ,mlooth a; vlr
Pa lII. Vl c.11 wvar thof. new s1m
, on )".(d pay N() 111, -f than1: "-,, cen .
a ti c), l ii t' 1011 i ) ' - e i p () 11 i
Sci l ta. and ricomn wieii:d
he l wori et iii rnii roi ' -c I'
r ) liri! Co.. Powr (o.. Dr.
This year wh
We'rehere to a
have to. Depeni
antee all -wool
style and your 7
Hart Schaffner i
the means by whi
smart hport suit a
economy; that a
wear. We' re re
you're ready for
GLASSES ON TIME
Ngh-(etto lUVr the(iii properly exainh ij n
C lifIt imei ofI ( )1, sorrow I C C Ire et. Smal di(i -01 lt..
rov, unwre er3ious every~ y. T h P ism-t i in
ouwing sire that n- r , re( ll ri iht.
W.1 (' . T I bA Y(W.(
LEWIS & LEWIS
Opposite Postoffice Laurens, S. C.
For the most import nt present you wi1 ever buy,
the one that wins or oseph'er favor, you wil want
to come here wher y u will know your selection is
right. We not only guarantcc the culity but we
warrant that our suggestions will win the day every
o tak'e a chance.
see that you don't
I on us. We guar
k Marx clothes are
ich we serve. /~ ~2
-that shows in the K
.t the right- --they're
ihows in the long
rady for you when
re More Days
COpyright THnrt ohaifnor & Mira
of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes