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TELLS YOU: ABOUT IT
No matter whether you farm on
large scale or only plant vegetable;,
or flowers in, a sinall way, you uneed
iastings' 1918 Seed Catalogue. It's
ready now aid 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, ou1r
catalogue tells how you can get free
r flive splendid varieties of easily grown,
yet beautiful flowers, with which to
beautify your home murroundings.
Good seeds of almost every kind
are scarce this season, and you can't
afford to take chances in your seed
supply. Hastings' Seed are (eiendl
:,ble seeds, the kind you Can always
depend on having "good luck" with.
You are going to gaiden or fa:
iis spring. Why not insure sie!
so fa'r as possible by starting with
right seed? Don'L take cbances t:.
yot do not have to in seeds.
W'ite today for Irastings' 1 i8 Cata
logt. It's free and will both interet
qnd l)p you to succeed in 191.-Il.
G. IIASTIN(IS ('0., eedsraen, .it an
ta, .- d t
NO'ICE TO C'-DlIT1()oIts.
All persmn holding claims against
the estate of Anianlda Iazie, deceised,
are hereby iotifled and ret(uire(d to
present hel same, du ly attestedl, to the
nldersigined, on or before A pril 1st,
1918, or be harred.
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March 11, 191N.
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When'. e :e
i i by bc i.Ii.:) n:dc I
- c oa h c.::r r i - ' -
You ".11 "nd hec:ule : :
nocary olhd econonv-'.ia tilAt It u - t
L! a ,enulne plcasur-. Cn'- !, z
.Label oi every c:.nof R'ed I
rialing solp by tc cold procca
or by bo:1:ng.
S !tiyb1od' C:a: Mao Soap
if thiy hrkv' Red L'evil Lye vnd
re-a se. Frh:noe opmk~
.4t home par,; big b:Cze',*C you b,'y
nothing but Red Deviil.Le - the
other ingratdcnts are actuaily aveld
out of the val te that vcu hay
been throwisy awny. You'v ill thank
tus every zir'-:0 you ume Red Devil
Homo Linde. Soap.
o n'' Il~i. ...xs l4iw;" "'
Ash You Crjtj ,ocer. Sae h.- .C, e L
Mnwith- m'one'y and
abiliy conduct our
we are a
mnember of the
of 3ink S
Our bank is a member
serve System which means
trict Federal Reserve Bank
proved securities, when we
You can get your mone
you have it in Our National
Do your banking busin<
consult us when you feel yo
Star t a Bank A ccolmt
We add 4 per cent. int
Oome to (
N. B. DIAL, President
WON ('ROSS OlF lin
soil o Ex-Picient, Is a Figlhter and
it ('hip OtY 'the ()It llock. Lately
New York, March 13.-colonecl
rrheodore Roosevelt received word
last week at his home on Sagamore
1111, Oyster :liay, that his son', Cap
tain Archie Roosevelt, had been
woliided inl action oil the fighting
front in -Frantce, and shortly after the
Colonel was told that his boy) had
the Croix (I0 Guerre bestowed 11poll
h11iin by a French general.
"I r0ceived a cable from Ted (.la
jorl Theodore illoosevel , .1 r.) this
Iorning." liet Said ov.eri tile I(!i)Ilponie
'o I Ierald reporter. "The cable saId
I ha Archie Ihad been wounlded, that
a am-:1 was broken aId that lie had
' ..I voin l i bulet wotlidA frotm
iriialmel bl ut It added that the
wvoinds were not (angerons.
"Later I was told that Arelie ladi
i'ved Ile Croix de (Gunerre, hIt
I Iave had no partiittlars. Of course,
I ami1 sorry that le is wou nded, but I
aml] (eli1gh ted that he got the Croix
(IC tI'Guerre. and Ilen his wouids ale
not serions, which Is very comfort -
ing. That is positively all I know, I
have received no details from any
sonitce witsoever. anid I don't know
what he did to get the Cross.'
"Well Ilhe Fren ch Govern ment. If
not givin i th, roi de ( n re for
'Inythling1 litMle." 1t1i11 inl the reporter.
"Tait verv ine." (int('k!'ld the
,ol( ne1l. "I- mutt have' done :somie
th '.!, to dI v (--e it."
T'I ......l 1111! the ne s or
th1! o n d " of his : n amvl th;e
('! ov i';' c .I~ u ~ho ' C,1" (o C it1-1 (llr
hurtevral (f the C''~ri' der (nrr (i up
o himi \Ia, the l ir.t news he 1!,!.l had
ef Archiv it, Hiroowek Thre-0
weeks :.! ihe C(olonel cableld to
An-chio thant th,:' youngp captalin had1
he(ometw the tather (if a haly soi. but
n) answer was reCeived and it was
not evni known whethleri Archic had
receved the neows.
Archibald loosevelt was; a second
lientenant hi le welt to France to
joil thlie A111r-Icanl forces there. Tn
Decemberi Gene ral Peishiing request
ed 1hat Ie he promotd to a1 captaI icy
"for good condnct In tle I renclihes."
The promotion wa 1 made in a ccor'd
anwe with General Pershtin's request
and it is Surmitt ised t lt t. ile young
cat'ainl has heeni right at the front
with his command ever since, but
just where is a military secret. Evei
his rather (Ims not kntow.
Capai lRiomsevelt Is the third son
of Colonel ani d Mrs. lloosevell and le
is now twclity-five yearl's or age. lake
his iatther, lie has always been foam;
of ad eui Inre an11(d an actIve life. and
evel In his boyhood le performed
exploits which got himt into the pa
Whenever You Need a General Tonic
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
General Tonic because it contains the
well known tonic properties of U I N INR
and IRON. It acts on the Live., Drives
out Malaria, EI rich:' the Etood and
Builds up the whoic 8y~tem. 6') cents
bako h eea e
and et one, onour-ap
y 1he yo at twe
bu ank. h eea e
C. wthd and oe in and
GE[RAL WOOD IRG[8
LARGE ARMY INCRA8[
Just Back From Visit to
WILL LIKELI FAIL
Says French are IisIptIpolited iII Size
(if AImeriln Army %o faiir Sent.
IecomIteIds IIICr4ase Of Armilly ti
Four or Fie 11 Illon .114l. CritilIz.
es Some War Preparations.
Washington, March 25.l ack fron
a visit to tle western battle lont,
.\laj. (en. I ColIrd Wood, for a von
lidential "latellelit today before the
. a itilitary colililittee, dcec lred
that allied military opinion is unan
1imous that a GeImianl offen sive will
fall and urge(I a great increase-to
-1,000,000 or 5,000,000 men-in Ameri
it was General Wood's opinion, aC
cording to his auiditors, thlat theGr
mans on the western front now air
ni inme14i'.Io sut perior., both on the
grotlld and ill the air. but. that the
(on(fident that the (;erman o Ifens-iv('
vill be a. -4llca )l 4l1'r lth, e( nt10 1y hl'S
!'abled 'Iny tul'ter-ial objectives,' Ge.
con Ites. Fa( or th1at e ni riec1
ir("wen warfitre as wel(.l a; f'or
STo '(1 nr; I wa bef (re ei m
that thIe Fraw I r diap h m in-(
ifr l nt to 1.; o p4 , according' i.o
ed immeII) S diaite steps lo irllviv1a. bi oth
1th4 A4.\ ne ia (-Il (XpIed it iona.ry for IC'
eral Woid reommi1ended I)tn- il
inl l'ran~ce at tHe ariv poss'ible mlo
niv( and 2,.00,0,er more in t a taii.
Anlother. comnlittee eme plac-ed
(lnrlWood's reccolumllendationl at
.1 1100,1100 tuen1on-half inl Franlce, as4
soonl as they ("an he sentl thet.
Genleral WVo od aloo reCOmmenll(.1de(d
1*r;rintg that Ilhe Ame(rioan war pr~o
a('mif Ill( )I, Shipls anld inun1itions., he
:'poeded upi and incvrease-d. (0eneral
Weod said f)n .\m ' i'4'an . artillery o1
-irplll e. .1r- Yet availaIbic to (uleeral
I'ershinl'. lon and that 1.100 Amfieri
enn1 aviatrs :re e' y but wihout
1)lanI es, ' of I;A...he l inotors: inl
'hombin. '. o fi ghtl* Ing4machin es
al.so was inonnnen~ded b y (Ieal
(Commentin on t01: 4.4 riugn1 (ee
l , (l'etrl. l W ow'd, 1( ordil10 lip lint in
' l e r by th1jli441h
nemy, 111m' by1 the uinr o itriti 528 4 1 h1
funs rIoi 014 wCaituredl~ he e aIIId
(111e 110 1)0114 (It ile dr'Piv wouldi I4'
luglining teviwint ofal' the :'a!-'
il! )'ircch nore disil i n ground14)14 toiC
slrS., wh&I~..'ilekelhsh &and
Freo1n..Jh il. fe o gin-ri ' repar(l'1 I o
f (ied:: at c the homa of fen-~~'Lllsti()(
thembarrdmpat of lasi bye long1 ~
rangeisIil (4)'nan 114 t 4iry. Gen'ers Wood11)
atol the eoe, IisOl no aV seious mig
itary fCtor and fll hae r iets up
fne rae os ~ dnifinall Fresng feole
liig 4.11tC 14 1hipment Ide orate friceds
justere ce~'ived.'i learl ithri' in od pil
eh or omleat lhiner'o s tie'
42 4 bfie" 141 . Slill s ind. Mil
Ithie .\1414 s, 1 on of1 .\lr. 1 an o .\lts.
'JohnMillill. former, reidents1 of this"4
bure in one of( the emeterie ( f hat '
the injuries. ieradmay rind
Beewo wl eanwt r08 Befrt S. his
THE' lClIE4ST A3IEII'CANS. *
13. C. Forbes has listed in Forbes
Magazine the thirty richest Americans
John ). Rockefeller, $1,200,000,000.
II. C. Fisk, $225,000,000.
Andrew Carnegie, $200,000,000.
Uco. F. Baker, $150,000,000.
!Wiliam liockefeller, $150,000,000.
F.dward S. Harkness, $125,000,000.
.1. Ogden Armour, $125,000,000.
Henry Ford, $100,000,000.
W. K. Vandebilt, $100,000,000.
Id. Ii. I. Green, $100,000,000.
Vincent Astor, $75,000,000.
,Iames Stillman, $70,0,00,000.
Thoias F. Ityan, $70,000,000.
Daniel (eluggenhe(im, $70,000,000.
Charles .l. Sclwab1, $70,000,000.
J. P. Morgan, $70,000,000.
Airs. Russell Sage, $60,000,000.
-osoephi Widener, $60,000,000.
Arthiiu rtis James, $60,000.000.
Nicholas F. lrady, $60,000,000.
.1aonh If. S i f, $50,000,000.
.1lamVies ]. ii eu h, $50,000,000.
George Iastman. $50,0(00,000.
Pierre S. )11'ont, $50,000,000.
.111in OS Rosenwald. $50,0110,000.
Loui1 h .Swift, $50,000,000.
.\Mrs. 1,awrelcev Lewis, $50,000,000.
Hlenry Ph0uipp1s, $50,000,000.
The chief so urces of theiose fortuniies
.1(1hn1 1). Roc-kefeller, \Villiam Rlock
*t'cl!r. ErlwadIrd . Iarkne.s, Mrs.
I 2WI.:'rece Lewis, oil.
if. ('. Fick, e.ke.
ii. ('. I' lIIk, .\Indr w ArI .
CI I. I " c .laines 1 11 11 ro . Y ;p
o i' .:or . 1. l . ( Grce In,
1n1l. . .\or!gan. .\IrIs.
' ( S e, .ha b 11. Fehiff, bantk
::Iho.- kI el -r I . \'. K. Vander
bl. . . (r:. I'. 11. l a11iman Arthur 1
. , rainr ads.
-1. O It-n .\Irm lmr , I,caris P. Swil
.Ioenty F\or. utrmailesol.
\inroi. \Istor, real estate.
.Ilimes Flillman, e tioln.
Thos-. P. Hyvan. fraction.
. !'. . Duke, I'os . . Iyal. tobae
Daniel GIggenhei .\l rthur Cur
tw Jaines mining.
CyII HM. AlComi ick, far Imlachin
-loeoph Wid-ner, traction.
(re. c Fastmian. vaimeras.
Pierre S. DIPonl, powder.
a Tivate t hest womnl are rs.
E. 11. Harriman, Mrs. Itussll Sage
and AiMrs. Loawriec o hewis, lhe firs
(to inheriting from their husbands,
while . I. Iewis arct uired her orl
fune trough Oth dietli of ler aunt,
Airr. ,oherl WV. ingh11Wiamt, forimerly
Nirs. Illnry A. s lagler. r. Lewis is
aI private Iin the National army a(
I r mp :ordon, Atlanta. .\rs. Sag bo
:,ore herI mar11riage- Was a school leach
Forl tt:3 .lC ints ou t t th t combined
, !f)h of thev thirty richiest Amlericanls
R o , ki l r' 11 har i1,$.10,11 - -al-- . . ..1.1 7
( -nine( . ut to eh r he o to
vis nor tAnd seti l ofcc thef
n n bower protefitio N t
ioeofa' incomae is rotimae
c.7 rn -econd. $.l2 bale ofme
t!!.!525a our and th,7: iep.0
Fo , 'drcsi2 n C Js~ati o ~or
D <'ow 1t
( ivi S ervice E xaIltiII atlio . 14)110
Tle U. S. Civil Service (ollimisii Son
wi alod sn x attionl for Clerk:,
aMid CI1-i(ers oil April 13ti, 1918, at
Lairvns,'S. C., to fill vacanlcies III I e
Post olli ce ill that e(1v. The examinna
tio is oIpCII to all wlo lleCt Ithe rI
(luirenients. ApIplication lanks and
full inforiation, includilg sample
(uestions, can be obtained from the
secretary, local civil service board at
the tosollice at Liierens, or from the C COUGIS
secretar3v, fifth civil service district,
Alanta, Ga. A Constitutional Reme .
LEMON JUICE IShat We Garantee
FRECKLE REMOVER Lagrange. N. .-"For year,
suffered with a roic cough, so I
- could not slee nights and contoisuerl
.irIs! 3Iake tills lelnl beamly 14tio to l
i (lear ind Il iiten your skin. se flesh. My drug i d me
Slleeze to try Vino it me fyw cough, 1
aotle bo aimil twile s ino0 sleep i and have gained
a bottl co thive twelv....pio":dca Vinol is the bests
orchard w ite, sha ko wel-, anll y0l: tonic ands
have a I I it er int of lie best freck l builder have
a11( ti oi Ind ()1 ilex 1 ,11:- taken."-W. D. Ren, Lagrange, N. C.
It, IV ry, ver sml We guarantee Vinol for chronic
tifier .l v ly very sita l co -;. I
YouIr gi-5'er lias the lernons atin i coughs, colds and bronchitis. Not a
drug store or- toilet. counter will sup- patent medicine. Formula on every
lily hilee Olnees o rr bottle. Your money back if it fails.
a few cents. lMassage tills sweetly fra -
grant lotion i nto the face. 11eck, atrm
aind hanis em-Ih day 111 see how ICHES -. S PILL
freckles aind bleinishes disappema , S..nd
w ~ n Ti. )IwNlb IMfAM).
how clear, soft and while the skii hAe- I
comes. Yes! It is harmless. .
All kin)ds of sowxirig .\lc ine NeetIf '
jttu.' r-eceive d.
L a. rae . N. .-"For yer E
refre it onccog,. oI
c s h o
to4 4~4 loefes.M idu asstd e
o t ry~ Vo~ino Itmrctgh
c an le i a h
takn."-W D. RnLAgrne .C
We guarantee :Vino f h
CHd CESE P4LL
TiA' i /AIA.
Chew i3 afeCr C ev Cal
Three - -! '!6C1
The Flavor Lasts!
he hstory' cf the countrv # ~ :
t:s brought mehi highl pri..ec\
.1 farmer will reap the benent ~', ~ -
rally, the larger youir croro, th~e -~V~
>e. I lencee, it is e:~ entW hat you *\,
its ultmvost. For V ize. er(. n( Q ftton, i
ers Ferut~ie - i ( to .W-u heIA of'
cotton per ac e, arp..d~crs established"
table fertiliz outhern farn-s.
m, Planters Fertilzer has~ been the preferenceofheo
ii farmters, because they/ hve madeI it pos:-i f to pro ce
r cops. M\ ak.e e'.ery acre count thfis8 year d ires sh
uistomsh yout. Cons-,:lt (our agent for F-rec /\dvice, ii >r-.
prices-or write us direct, TO(.DAY. It means13 doh
er~s Fertilizer and Phospate Co.
harleston SourA C -' ..,r