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W. M. NASH
Gray Court, S. C.
Undertakers and Embalmer
Calls answered any hotur day or night.
SimpsonCooper & Babb
Attorneys at Law.
WIll Practice In all State Courts
promPt AttentIon liven All Businest
0. B. DIAL A. C. TODD
DIAL & TODD
Attornevs at Law -
Enterprise Bank Iulimdlaiws,
Laurens, S. C.
PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS
Long Time Loans Negotiated.
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
Laurens, South Carolina
ce In Peoples Bank Building.
Blackwell & Sullivan
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
tnoumpt attention given to all business
Money to loan ov Real Estate
ZAUce Phone I Residence Phone 96
Oflir ...,mono Building
Plies Cut ed In 6 to 14 Days
Vour dttegglat mil~l refund mnoney it IPAZO
OINTMrNT faIl to cure any cae of Ittitinr
The first ai&P lCetln11 gIVrs Edse and Rest. c.
I\M's. Hopie Bauer, Gi21 First Ave.,
North, Ilearibatult, "Minnesota, wVrites4:
'I cannot praise, your wonderful
medicine, Peruna, enough. It has
done much for me during the past
ten years and I keep it in the hous
continually. I was In such a con
tio, that I Could eat nothingt
I)read and milk, and even that was
beavy for me at times. Now, I can
eat anything. I will recouilmend Pe
Urua to all my friends."
' Those who object to liquid medi.
cines can procure Poruna Tablets.
LIQUIDS AND PASTES. FOR
BROWN OR OX-BLOOD SHOES
The F. F. DAL.LEY~ CORPORATION
J~Z~t ~1E moist1
"When It Paun
GEORGE L. PITTS
Entera Y. M. C. A. Work for Service
iI France. (Goes Over in a Few
That Goo. L. Pitti, fortnier superin
tendient of education of this county, is
Soon to 'cross over the seas and join
the Y. M. C. A. branehi of the war work,
is the interesting news received by
his friends here recently. Mr. Pitts,
as is well known, has been residing
in Texas for the past several years
and has written several interesting
stories for The Arivertistr, notably
his "Rabbit Story,'' which is often re0
called by readers of the paper. Mi.
Pitts inay tind time' to tell of his ex
perielles in France and if he does
Advertiser readers vill welcone his
"rpoirts" from that counatr-y. A Iet ter
reeeived several days ago from him by
his friend. Mt. Nesbitt, Mahon. of the
II likovy T'averr. sect n ,oll. 1 which 1.e
toils of iis dlotrimination to enotr the'
S C of hi1i4 couotry, wi!ii )IOv of
interest to his friends and a''iuiint
anves as well as other reaude-s of The
Ad(Ivertiser. it is as foliow.s. a few
peCrsonal references jein- omitted:
I have no news to write yo;;, as us
ual. more tihan I am wel! and as fat
as a pi:. The lone Star State is al
rigIt. We are having nice ra ins. The
fields a round her( ar 1 smiling w ith;
herrite., vegelables, fruits, etc. Cotton
is up and w.orlked out in any playc.
c.. Featherstone W. H. Knight
FV.tT1'il1E STO1NE & KNI IIT
Attorneys at Law
Laurens. S. C.
I 10sin %-4 Intrutted to Our Cart
'111 Have 1Promit tand (arefuit~ iten.
Miee over Palmetto Hank
Pentle r sone wil smenet Wed or.
'h1*v of oneh week it) Laura i
J. ROY CRAWFORD
iats, Tracings, BMue Prints. Ete.
' hlephone. 26m Clinton, S. C.
.* P S CTE.ATHEf6,
3, ~ ,BUtTA1.0, N. Y.
he end of a hard day, just sit
own to a cup of Luzianne
See how you pick up with
savory Sip. Luzianne is far, far
at from any other coffee. It's
nething that all the others seem
And it's packed in dust-proof,
are-proof cans that bring
me. to your kitchen just the same
n it left the roaster. Buy a can
/' It for yourself. An iron-clad.
it guarantee says that If you are
tirely satisfied with Luzianne,
grocer will give you back yotic
.And he wilL
8. It Rein"
Coin is way tip yonder. Some parts
of the state are dry as usual, but the
Irospects for a big crop are good. In
North and Central T1'exas where wheat
is grown all is well and a blItiniIer
erop will bel harvested.
I get the paper and see the news
front your coiunttinity, anl veiy often
i. F, salid news. and my lieart is alway4
sad when I know onle of my friends
is in trouble.
I wonder if you will be surprised
to 11,, arn that I an going to France
r"a' soon. I have volunteered myself
for overseas Y. M. C. A. war work. I
S) to San Antonia. Texas on the ith
of May and will he there in trainirig
for th 've wl"eks and then I will be
sc-nt imnmeiiatAly across. This war
Ilust be wonI b tihe allies or we are
9one1. livry ntian. womian and chil
shioul do ht!. part. I have been think
in of thItis malfI for a long t i1ne and
have tried to pu'sutiade iiyself that I
do tint lavt to :o. that I ani not. noed
t . a'l that I sl dllllfl ren'inin at homne
in 'it anal comfort an1d let tilt, other
felow do '.i: b i' vtl imnin too. 1I11t
my hett r silif won the light and I
Mi'T 0.I can.1 -(e no other honlor
ailo way oilt (f it. A I of it. ('anliot
go, all of as are tint calltt upon to
:o. In fact somelitdy nuist remain
at. holime and keec thtins goina here.
int all of Is can eat corn bread and
do without a thousalnd luxuries anid
buly Liherly itn1s a'l 'Thrift Statmps
ind in that wvay win. Hlave you done
yr-ir dead level lost ? If not get
aI,... This is a man's job wte have
and every real man will do his part
in S n1 wa1y. In all probability I will
be it Fran ce thle lin idlle of June
or the first of .1111y. Bit remember I
'n (onlitn bamck. lbutt not until the al
hav wo:i anld tlie best of Berlin
' -een saf'lv and seeniitly c' agel
an th.- fl ags of the allied nations
':rn'lty float over his present hellish
A i. l is in Ili Heaven rnd al'
is eil. itht will prevail, bit Imay
niot tut il w, Texas and South Caro
ln l il. fall a; IIis feet and learn
t b whith we shuli have
Inn :411dlnt lonlla-,
iV\. I 'tuards to Il Il folk.
:Irl wrji,. t' nll t one' wi0t all the
Clio. L2. P'it is.
. T A pr.i,.\pril 21. 1 18.
GIRLS! ITS YOUR
STEP THAT ATTRACTS!
itnoienctli Im tou tun chl hiemd I'o
1,iNe td itme of Iiir 1-1rl1s.
S ha.r *; . . e It a -v
n.h '~It 't:n he to :U.1em
* iI i a ttn 3- 1' ia - . Tat's
j' aI .1n 1 s it
\Vt iiI neiar \K a hun t h Ii
* 's w tI akt- 0; irt andi i eb jii I
' rt y ti <u tort t ;sat cib'~o i mdtshit:
itili Ahee titi, nuoet friom' skiii
miili nin tad. witi as ttdh or fedtot
atd nliics aoo itali te as amun te
sktt nut wais. kim militk. tSkie
Wrish ivl.i('tis t s much proteg ini
i'hiiese hits abhout half the fee'dina value
of1 skimt mtik. IEat cot tagi'elhees';
save the imea.t foir otur soldliers and the
Thle trioublte a botit. cottage ('hei'so,
accoridI ig to tfleiaIs (if thle yloparit
men lt. has bueen that huousew i vos some.
howti ha~ve got the limpression that. it is
metely a relish or' Ithe maitterial lot' a
sahl. aind not wthat it is 'a real stai
e tootd. One big Ooje't of tih' camt
ltnt is to dispel this imtiretsslon -to
con it'tte hou sewivies that cotta ige
C hesi Is not mueriely stitabilei tot' a
seive as tile batSis of suthstance for
evelt hard, oill(loor wolrkeirs. 1irther
m1lore, otlage cheese can he serVe(l in
illy otliir ways bide the white
Past~e for'n withl whiebl Iosil people
To prove fihis, a lunicheont was giv
en Irecenty in fihe (leparitent of agrl
(u111111e at W1ington ald those who
attended wer literally astonished by
the varietv of new and unexpected
ways in which cottage (ileese was
Rerved. Fr0oi1 S0111 to nitts, cottage
cheese was prominelintly on Ile mienu.
There were cottage-eheese 5sSoup, cot -
lage-cheese sausage, cot tage-cheese
Salal. (ollage-cliees tails. wi(y
hole(. attd whey pilineh. i cipe'S Fot'
tiain g these ani11( other dishes as well
,Is direct0ions' for mlak ing_ the eevso
Juty be obtainefd fromn mnv ofile by ev
ur~v housewifo who desir~e.1 themi.
T ' is even a cottage-cheese sollg,
Whicb vat. Sit i. at Ile cottawge--cheese
hiniclht-onl. Ole stanzal n 1n1111 this way:
If r body .13 tboly tuakill (ottaie
Try i!. oat it, talk it, pro'ach it. hoost
i' , i you pi lase.
We art . t tio t aVe skliin Iilk and
111 ke it into cheese.
alid sel it o'r tlt, sels.
'utalin 4 ii'ese N1i1 Stisiare.
1 (1111 collage cheese.k
1-1 cup erushervul pealuts.
I oull dry. broad crtimlb-.
I- spl. popper,
- tsp. s'nla.
I 1st). salt.
- s. sIi.
I Ithsi. uninlee1 oliolls,
I 11hq . mlilk.
2 lbspi. of fat.
Cook onions in rat, add tlis to ot her
ing'redientls with enloug-h liqulid to malte
a iitt tuixt rile. -orin into halls and
.dd one ciip of' sugar' to thiee elps
ot why. st ir till islga has dissolved.
[ioit until onsislen('cv of hioney. I'se
.ts 5yru for hot ('nkes. ctc.
If \LF VOU'R LIVING
l'(11aHIP('11et111 MONEYt Ci03(S ,1 I ul
W'1 ar: all a 1 'a dLlanger point. Oin
the ul.e of* good coliionl ;(.nses inl ourl
1!a1s arin mtun !_-1rdenl operlations dv
i -d r - or tt i
Etvl ill preisen : hiji priIcos no one
vatI 1-:;111 '1llm orn arly all votton. huly
finianr .a ain l presenlt prices from .
;u lercil:1tti ('11 elodit .1nd inllte
tunno-. 1- '<1 1a101 ai is hi h r inl
r tho thi aI e oe 1t .
af : .> ' i i-t e all possib l I food.
1rai tin fo :I" - .o0) i l nVOiltr ownt
a ; to e o''f'the store hi0!
.\ "d Iied f rd I I' i ro nd.
rII (tI iphl d. r (gtly itnd d and14l
1e' 1-. 11ted0 h yea11r round, Itn k
C ''nito l t.1 .. i ark.* i.alf vyow, Ii liv ,1I
will . oi t :u 1r m11n, y V th you (mi
-n i n h h thl-- l acri -: of cotton
i Ioo : tells l
h t i k of a 2-Ol W I-; ..
ill.-, ;ard n d :hc rVeo lbs.- to putj
it. I -24 t i i(b i th farmii ro -a
n l d w Vou the cile o roiL to
r 1'1ad1 .: lr Iaru p1 rosp rity v. II's
Free. 1,111 0er ie) lda to II , 1,
4 0., . t innia, fil. di \-.
T ''ICie I tol nti On Day.,il('
Ai (1001 P'g Cen'11(1et sr r
4 'hreaso u(1eiph lii
New silks in all the popular makes and shades.
A complete line of silk, cotton and wool mixtures
in attractive colorings. White goods in all tex
Skirting linen and nice sheer linen lawns. A
special article in a fine all linen table damask.
New silk and lisle hosiery.
We have just received a consignment of um
brellas direct from a northern manufacturer un
solicited by us. It was our intention to return
them, but inspecrion p oved such unusual value
here that we have pla d them a the table. They
are made of excellen ial, paragon frame,
all stylish handles. ill be offered at the uniform
price of $1.50. See them.
W. G. WILSON & CO.
O W E N BROS. MARBLE
& GRANITE CO.
, I)E SIGNL. -
.\lANU~FACT URF !-RS
eal Ors In everythin. f:-- t1 c mae
T he largest 111(1 be " equippod mon
um11ental, il nteC rl as
GREENWOOD, - S. C.
RALEIGH, - - - N. C.
SHEET METAL WORK
Tin, Slate and Gravel Roofing.
Cotton Mill Sheet Metal Work.
We sell and install Warm Air
Furnaces 6r gXA ~Kj Residences,
Schools, c. Write or Phone
DIVVER ROOFING CO.
AN i) ON' , S. C
No Baggage to Check
No Hot Rides on D~uty Trains
Get the Most Out of
7 SadVacation Days 7
All the pleasures; (f4 i
weekl's rest with load.s of
uceat ion and. lehaatji, to
last you for the re'st of the
year, at the.
"Right at Your Door"
All for $2.50 and the
10 per cent War Tax
-See Detailed Program for Further Information
A'eek Here May 18 to May 25