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* * * ** * * * * * * * * * * splendid declamtio. il
*subject was: "My 'Country, My Moth
.or, My God". We then listened wit
* * * * * .* ** ** *pleasutre to a very able addrvrL b~y
Dr. It. L. R~obinson, president of lhme
ilanford, April 8.--A very large west college. Prof. 'honk, of fhvii:i
crowd attended the closing exercis- school was present and made a very
es of the school Friday evening. The Interesting talk on Liberty Loans And
exercises were very appropriate and its hiwortance to hell) win the war.
were enjoyed by all. Mr. Louis Lan- The school has had a very succexsful
ford, one of our home boys l16t now year, although not (s long a term as
student at B. Al. 1. kindly favored us we had anticipated. prm Sar Nat e
DE AlA Nv/)S
g s o es1 p e e tad1a e a v r
for everybo h who requires
double vis glasses for far and
LET US FIT YOU
LEWIS & LEWIS
Rei.io aed Optom rrtrists
Opp. Postoffice Laurens, S. C.
Don't. take iiasN- *.lo
Conlstipal ed) ~:i idzlh :I'y; J.G1 s 1 f') e
C1alom1el salivates It's ler(ci I. your liver and '1 raig1 ten 'J-il up1)
Caloiel acts like dyniamite ol a et ter and quikker tim nasl -..
sluggish liver. W-hen cnlomllt (.ome,,:; :,,( mel1l and wihu Itkn yoI sick,
into coltact with sour bile it crashes you jus go b1k nd get or m oy.
.tto it,causiig cramping alid Ias. I yo te (0alomite1i toioy yoiIl bo
,Jf you reel hiliois, lldlely, eon- sick all nlaiieau od tomorrow ; be
stipated aid all knoeked oil., just. go sides, if m1y salivoat you, whi if
our druggist and get a bot tle of you 1.ake h )osona's I.iver oie you
)of n's Liver Tone for a fev cents will wake i foelin1g great, i'11 of
whte ih, a harmless vegetalble sub- m111bitiol 1nld ready for work or
stitute for (angerous cal,1 . Take play. 11 is liarmitless, pleasaint; and
a spoonful and if it doesn't start safer to give to children ; they like it.
LIQUiDS ANDI PAsTES. r:it BLACHt, W~mt EAe, DAjJ
The F. F. DAI.LV. CoR P'ti.Tq0. !.15tTED., sU':FAuLo N.
CALLED HER FAMILY
TO lED BED IE
S$Years Ago, Thinking She Mighlt Die, Says T xa y, But Now
She Jr a Well, Strong Woman and Pra4' etardui For
Rloyso City, Tor.-Mrs. Mary Kil- the bectter. That was six yearn aya
man, of this place, says; "After the and I am still here and ame a well,
birth of my little girl.. .my side corn- strong wvoman, and I oweo my life to
mened o hrt e. ha togo ackCardul. I had only taken half the
mened o hrt e. ha togo ackbottle when L. began to feer- better,
to bed. We called the doctor. Ho~ msr nm sd o oe.
treated m....but I got no better. I continued right on taking the Cardut
got worse and worse until the misery until I had taken three bottles and f
was unbearable... I was in bed for ddntne n oefrIwswl
~eo months and suffered such agonyannerfltbto nm li..I
that I was just drawn up In a knot...dyt t~.
I told my husband if lie would get D o ufrfo edce ak
ma a bottle of Cardul I would try' it. .. acho, paina; In sides, oif other dlisconm
I commenced taking it, however, that forts, each month? (Or do you feel
evening I called my family' about weak, ne'rvous~ and fagged-out? If co,
me..., for I knewv I could not last give Cardul, the woman's tonic, a
many da~ys iulem I had a chaengo for t rhnt 3. 7j
hau consented to teach another month
in order for sone of the pumils to comn
plete their grades. Aliss Luelle Cox
has aecepted v.ork at Youngs school.
Anon. the out-or-town guests who at
tended the closing school exercises
were Mr. i)19 uilap and Miss Rnth
Easterby of Laurens; Mr. Nance of
Due WeA: 'Mrs. Wilt Fleming and
Mrs. Byrd of Ora; Miss Cessie Byrd,
of Greenville high school faculty, aud
'Mr. Edd. HTanna and Dr. Irby of -En
oree and others.
Mr. Yates Waldrop and AMiss Othella
.Tohnson notored to Whitnilre Suinday
spending the day with their friend,
Miss Annie Lot, Payne. They report.
I delightful trill. Mr. J. W. .Johnson
.htined then at (boldville.
Alr. and . Cits. (. I. Waldrep attend
ed the lberiy ILoai parade at. batt
re c s Fribay. .\lrs. Waldrop has been
appointed( lmim an of Vouigs town
:thip Liberty boan loat ioll and will
be , glad to talk with any wito are in
* r'' t e ll fi lle slbject.
I-)rinin09o i of Callip .ackson visited
their Illotht'. .\ s. Manlie DI)-t1i in olld
The Redi Cros. .\uxi lIary nkie't with
.\liss Nora C:innon last week. and .\I's.
\W. i3. Patterson. our chaiirnlan gave
'1 of the iem1br1ers plenty to do.
Mrs. DolnM lirns and 'M iss Sara
Namee wer- lin Lauirens; Fhop~ping Sat
.\1ili P Irline Nelsoin of Lturens
iwn' Satiurdav ni h t with Miss Othel
lo .JohnII onl ('0nrou t to her Sister's,
Miss Paiulin Waldrop ha,1s retu1rn0
hooi' after i pl-asan. visit to her
'9on9.in. .\iss . al i a llny, in S-pa r
I.'v. .I. 1 \Vlilins'' serinons were
Pinjoyevtd '; I Inuch Sa ttIrdna y and
i. Iti F. r .
GuRLS! D)Sill A N
I~ S ;1 I" 1 i 1 *01 ld
h r % ih 7 ~ h h.a. ir,.
)I, atil ill .1 o '
I o I' 1.9 Ii I ! 141-p :is -
n- or thin. 1 '14 u ii
"a ie. M dra i-. u o m ehair .
9i99 999e 'Ii n -i .tt p.i. i in91 .i.
of your hair 1.1 .\ dlelightfu 11 ury:-tise
b- 9 or 1thi. I .-1ides in lin t9'41it 9' II9,
'1D \in .9 - 9' 9 u lairi
9 .sn n a a. al
9 h! a9, u99for :
9:: 9h u In iinnt- rstainl. We n ma
'in d? .\ts L. !! .an o , o
a., 9 originilly l le f t r 9i-in9.
9 1 ow9 it i. larg :. 1o.19 >.e (99 f91
ntend9 n. 191 :h91h9 . 1) 'loi' 9 onver'9's.
99.is a1 il -i -'l 9199119 fe919 . i99 tli .'~
i t in9 91, th9bg.. :')l I kee in in. i tc
wit the . h199 . .9 -* k ' 1..l v the I obl:
proverb191 lh it.' "Tr i - ' 19i ' in )the
way.9 it shouh1i( go, anid it 99 9 ! n tide
19ar9 froin it whetn it. is 9ob9." IIro. O.
ing as hIs sub1j'ct. "tl:9a( we9 90nade1
anly I)9ogressi1 ? Yes, we(4 19n9 VI' inade
sentel( along spir'itulai lincW- '.Iimbers'
19r199 the' Sund (ay schiool have'( 19 nnited
with1 tihe ('hurch9t." An a9ttrac91ti'e fea
19 l'r 91. wa t mus'51:, espcially: I two99
99uarte191s, wor91thy3 of1 Ilontioni: "AXbidet
W ih \le'", and91' "Tha1 I9991t 99ut 1a band"9.
Thy 9er 911 rendered 9'(. Th'le foli
(hsh 9 9.9ident; and99 \Ir. L1.. F. los
9r.599-'rltary. 1)1'. '. .\l. Workn1ilanl
sent in his resignation. DIrs. Patton
and Workman and Miss Lily Yar
boroutgh were electedI as c-onuitltee
Dr. 1). 1). Wallace, professor of his
tory, of Wofford college. delivered a
ulne address ol Ihe lit iS lunday in
March10 at Yarbor'ougih's Chapel. Iider
11he' alIspi ces of Coltnell of National
Defense. We are living in perilou:
times. We don't know what the
mr01row'' May bring forth.
There is an epidemic of Imleasles in
.iss Lois -Watson has had a severe
case of ieasles, but we are glad to
report that she is improving.
.\liss Josie Mae 'Watson has thi
(One of '. '. A. .l. Watson's ch(ildren
has Germai ieasles. IF the GernmnanI
mewasles are as roug -h as the people
o' (eImnny I don't want to have
.ut . J. 1 . 21110'4 l is attendina court
TAKE "CASCARETS" IF
1He4st filr liver. and homwels, bald breaith,
11m14 cohds, osurl Stomach.
Get a 1l0-cent -box.
'ick headaele. biliousine3ss, .(Oated I
tolgite, head an(d nlose clogged up
with a cobi-'always trace this to tor
p1d liver: delayed. fermenting food in
ihe h(ow,ls or sou, gassy stonneh.
l'01isonou3s thattler ('logged'( in the in)
est ines. inst''agl of' beilng cast on.1 o
li syslem is Ire-ablsor1bed into the
blord Wh0 tIis Poison reache1 O1w
dlet te bran111 1issue, it (au1ses; conl
Igest ion 3(a 1 that (11111. lh1r'lbbjin., sick
Cas1e(222Cs iinnedli-y cleanse I
on h. re12 ivoe (1, s0 r. ItIdig'stcI
food and)I1 fol ses, take the ex('ess
hile from til i r a d arry out all1
(oi on2 inl hw howvels.
A ' '' 1 loni211h will t3urolv
-' y. ......t bv 12o'1in . The".
(2r : b ' 'J. 3ee-1 -a l(-oe32 h(1.32'
'I 2:222':ra 1st m2eans yor2223 1he 22
. I r. -v c ! s w e .12 1d N 2 itir live
T; -- 2 3re3 2 i'' u 2., ' ('in 223 _
ui.-3 i' m: :.e il I ho n ill (- N
e111ll li::',o riwev tInl e, onl
tenlr in dne. This ;S the . s
'2' ' 2: of the Yv:r. aid iniportalt
2al ne'' 2. 3t2 be2 di )2ssed. Th'Iere
v ill b Ow annolil electionl of ollivices.
fl ' the ne('X2 year 1's progrt2'am will
.--(d. Soule illipo1'ta3 3'-;o.
2uion2- will he dnawn 13). All teach13
ers, :1re4 urlg tfly reilltesled to attel.
Tiht We.i school will b' led in t heir'
b -son b .~lr. lfuiico Gun(3hter. 'lo
I'mia 'Id1 teacher.; wil be I 1
i:2ight by . .\. lAew is. 3134 counlt'y teach
'r of, 2aritt l3re. :1ud thilt- priiary
Ieachv:e r will h:1ve Ithe sub11ject (f
'' un'- in 312 Te chin': of' Oral 1,a l -
1:. .. ;. 'link:.calf.' of W 'off i
wniv w i l'c: n 23. ti2 2he :u'ne'r
Th2>'is 2231 will ie':he
'3 i . 33 . lit :h22''
I . ' .. dah Itroven,: :2 n
2 ' ,-:1 2( 1 N 1:Sf'. i:
Ad 2 in h:3 3'2:Io:.
11:\! :n:2';- .oh f l i . 31123ke. 222
h322 Ahh1) lle, ('r-een-w-.1 ' \l 222:23 1n2
Columbia~j2 wher'e be had32 b2een to 1ta3,
fith .\luinal: 13usuranc3('' ('omp2anyv
ab21 122 32ak1e m2u21h h222adwa22y. Ii Ie
reqe(13'iIlt 1.'23 wa 3gra ted.
The'12 lliihland2 ('ounty~ ac3'('isition1
Inakes2 e'ight ('ounties noS2w inlin231ed inl
the Ahh1e'ille'. t;r'e(enwood, ('ompany'32:.
't'rrilory. 125 follows: A\bbeville, Green'3
'''(2 d1 i,:aar('ns, 82aluda,. l'3: etle'id. .\e
('ormaick, l4'xington3 and2( l~ielan11d. -
Greenwood W 21Index.42'
* ' ' ' ' adden and relativei of this cotnuu
FIEN1 I l' SIty thiN E .ek.
NE S .r an N.'i W. J." R o .n . . . . .
* * * * * * * . * *ily of ('ruenvillp. accomapauied by
Friendsihp, April (.--.lost every-- Mess. W. M. and B . Pitts, (i
body has finished planting corn now, wit the ltte'.4 liniefolks, Mrs. J. L.
an1d Ire getting ready for pla t Itng t
cottol. A hi' crowd or oili utteii(
.\lr. J An 'illIs bias a very sick child Cd ti Eter 0 I S iZ vs at lini illy
with pnieuniionia, bill, we hop' for it a .lhciodnt (hlirch ist Sunday night
speedy recovery. and witnessed t fill,. Service.
Mi. A. 1-. litls Is unable to carry Mr. and Mis. C I'lk visite Mr
on his work loday, but we hope hi' will and Mrs. George Nheson of wiltou it
soon he ahe in a few days. Sunday.
Mrs. 1l'-iza Chapman, of Fcunlain 'Miss Floi' i alpson vh.ited hioiiw
mil, is Okit il h I u n ce. 'Mrs. -oi Oh a dde folks I ris we l a.z r f hi1omh.
is the great wa
'~ . ~ \time swEU M )
iMy of ?,,reenIll eco uan d by
_Ns of a W. M. an . L. t , Of
With th t te' hoVfls Mr.J.L
It zas tunay
4d t a I G 'a m
~ A ' 'tarr~
- The avor Lat a
4i b n h
Tof j1 4/d1a
"What ought I to payr
'Tee sfor a Grafonola ?"
Thr sonly oewyt>dcewey oei
the rafoino for y -:rsel. You w'' - acom n
and we w i i or '.-' 5 :~
Laurens, S. C.