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VOLUME XXXill. LAURENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 1918. NUMBER 4
OF DECEASED VETS
31em1oril Day Exereises to be Hell
Sundaty, when-i Admiral MeCiol .
it-ill R4al Hmior ioll.
Confedol:nte '.\lemorial Day will I
littinlgly observed here Sunday alfter
1oon uit. six o'clock When alppropriate
exercises will he held at the cemetery,
1riday Is the regular day set apart
as Memorial Day inl the( South, but
Ile la-lies of Lauireis, who have al
ways had the exercises in eharge. have
found that Sunday afternoon is tihe
hest time to 1old 11e exercises. Thiis
year the (omaln 1ttec feels itself fortui
nate in having as its guest Iear Ad
mial Saimuel McGowan, who has ae
eepted the invitation to be preseit
and rieald the loinr Roll. li wIll al
So he Invited to deliver ant address
along alyI 1ne hiI lie may choose.
This will he Au(miral MeGowai's first
u bAli aPpe'ar'anIle In his home town"
OlinE' hi- ('levation to the high post of
hon1or and trust which Ie now holds.
an1d doubtless the exercises will he
P10ore la i rely a tt ended itha usiual nIt
I'lrelling the ex rei'ses the Schlool
chil1dren) will mar:1-h from Owm s'chool
l'bIlinia and 'after the' exer( is:; they
will d o ton e the graves 4)l fit !!v
T'o followi', I. the order o! the
4 r , ( ev. C'. T. Sqitires.
Stil" "Nea:(rer NJy G od to Thea"-.
I u;tdi': w* the I )onor RIoll---Rtear Ad
lt ral 8aiiuel \leM'owan. 1'. S. N.
Song "Sta r Spanidled 1 lanner"'.
" .(I)w verse( ()f "America'' :In I
twoi o olrs (f "God m.e ur M.\hn'.
1-'0It A S 11 A IN E 1)' h .1.
As (onl a pm oile a11h r the In..
.lury is re(eived get a htlile of ('hum
herlain's lAilnhinen and fol lov Ihe
pla inl 1rin11ed d I ruet i on., w\hi ch ne nm
GORDON SILK HOSI
Black, White, Grey, C
pagne, Brown, Navy,
Blue, Pink, and Rose.
$1.00 and $1.50 Pi
Quies.--Is it a fact that thl
any time In many y<
* making their own el
Ans.-It is a well known
-Ques.-Can all women ma1
Ans.- -Ye's, by using Siui(
Quecs.---Ilowv can they selee
Ans.- -fly consult ing (Clard
Ques. -lIlowv can you get
Ans.---The best wa is Ii
book wttth you and <
jing at t his stor'e.
Ques.-DIo t hey triy to ple(0
Ans.. -Yes, they tr~y to gi
and( f'air piIces.
Ten Dozen Ladies' Wh
.-and they are good lool
This week your choice
I O llEST--NO PE ' 1 _ A F.
'l'her e' 10 pa e and Imei(- I(est for
tihe oie who suffrs, fromt a I ad 1ack,
and dfistre*(ssin I) Irinary ( dirn de
lanaspeople rucom niend I oan'sF
IKid y l'ills. He g11id6- ty thIjr ex
Mrs. P". L. Riddle, 12. > iolmcs St..
iture-n". \ys: "Kiney trloluble got
Ihe ip )Ie I aIid( of mefI :: m years
lgo and I elt misivilde. M1y back
and si ildef-s felt as If thesie Wias a1
heavy veI..hf onl ii them and aggravat
Ing I ins 19ok the life and amin Idtion
out ( ll f'l had blnding di'Zy spells
an1d e-evfything would tur) 'lack he
for1 -rhy eyes. Mornings I wts so
lal 1 and sore I could hardly driess.
WI ii I hent over I had to hold onto
soietiing and hadachei s 1 would often
coMIe OI tild I thought lily head would
split. 'My kidneys didn'! act as they
shouldi, either. I oft Ioan1's Kidney
Pill Is at tile l'owe liug 'o. and they
on1)11t my kidleys i good condI.,
tIon. I( I (on in" sing L ~o-an's and
I hey en111irely cured me.
Gnev at all doalers. J3 -Milburn
'o., .\lf rs.. I ta ) . Y
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d1cili . N'-. f (11 ' -:.. (ow a rmers
a l l 11( hI 3 in .ndlarv ha dy fior
.;3i l' o.l i. * 1, Nv l I'lw ity oil
td a .a t she
I ''r a If : 1and n h iI on1- ce ry
w ce k ', o i w;1 4-h I h ;i Ill 410 11arden.
\ li. . w, A th w on. au:- - til-int "m il
Wari , )a e :a ib3..ninhe oar
);o. . Wad 1.1c el e t.
no illandt' lo b a v ay. ta ea fn
ha\ . - I l '. w ir: $ } n ' r3f313 i ir wit h
((P 3b 3 matter. :nform(.~ dI (3 that sh
sucer r Firter an tri O
(lOtne. s h v inl uhso
rshaon ThOraie, thi r loig e
.\ C~l s 1 13t.'fulce- ha be n at g
lni'( Pa'ers. Woenba t
e It r (. ('Oyd hen Erlk
ha &Won' Ia 'ss eyfamwt
lars woetill ofbe3rslp
ke clothe1 (lstinsac
t' the kindj( of333 l thes,
d ng yu hc
ih nine li(fIbveds that Iale' tle blue
Mirs. I'luss lrown is at the Julia
i ch sa itaium for treatinlent.
r T. 13. IBrown has boughtI a new
We notice Ihat. oulr n eighbl'ors,
Avle.srs. Will Shockley, A. Day Temple
loll. C. M1. Temapleton, Mli ss 1611th
Ilrown and others have invested in
We joined the tied Cross last. week,
which we had wanted to d1o for Some
time. As our pigs sold pretty well, we
sent, a dollar to help the boys "Over
There". We went to the depot Fri
day, May 3rd -to see the soldiers from
Camp Wadsworhii pass through, en
rolIte for-we are untiable ito say where.
We waved tiiem a cheevry good-hye,
with a smile, smile, smile, which they
seemed to apprciate from tIlie bright,
eager faces at the wi ndows. One
caIled "tlady, we arI going away f roI
We wish we coll have given Ihem
onl ti,; ng mor silbstaillia Ilialt a
-mile, for the:4' nort-11houid soldliers
will rttiurn to Ohw Hmlh oit) mo. 'We
relmaine'd until thre~e long, trains. had
lolled in, then witi a feelilg )I sad
I I wa I ked, ,4lowy a I wa y. OIr
i h ughi I .4 avd ,; m Iatiies- are with tlie
mohr.wives., and swehn-sof
IL' .n : 11' . ho., who -) i :I ) \viIl
y i f) ' ' Iw ilei ltit , tic i tf 1en
be . t r H :a hioma aml' intere tid
I i r I I. I II Ik-S II 1 12! Ire
f 1r 1 ive la1nd(, also4 1 s; : t (n
1!n1rd or h4~le won1111mnhoo lnd
childrln ac il thp :ia, frmll ihi.
114 V01' E-NJiOY LIFE.:
t m a ! in la eid ial condti ion h
almost 1()rmin 1 , )njov lifo. Whilfe tim
hlilimlns and dy-lvptiv are dev:pondenft.
dh) no'IL t jov their imeas ltaeil. f'vl mt
:rM .A)";)d sh1Ar o.(f lit- tinwl. T
ill k eling" is nealy, always unn
sr.Afew doe of (Chamb11lerla in'%
Tabbtl; 1to lone 111 the stona h. imi
prove the di-_-stion) and ren- ime1 1-1h
b)OWeLs i:* .111 that k is eeded. Try it.
FOR THIS WI
Prices on Ladies' S:
Twenty in this lot,
lins. This season's style
grey and tan. On sale
per cent. reduction.
Prices on Ladies' Pe
Come pick while il
Ladies' $8.50, $10.00, $
Pattern Hats on sale thi
cent. reduzction. These
Hart and Johnson pr<
t GOOD PL)~
* .9 * .1. *' . EI N *
(trterly IIiIItn of Divisrion One
of \V. .. .\itxiliary to rm illriens As-.
sociat iom will convene at I bford
Ilaptist (.h11tchl .\ay INIh and 19th.
Mna ur'ila y.
10:30 A. \l.- -De'votiottal I xfercjis s. -
.rs. .1hn IALanford.
(reec I Itgs .\Mrs. Al .\l oore.
I esponse Mrs. Ralph Coker.
Topie--"Ilow S-1.1l \\I. V'aqt's Nfspon
sibilities Sino ()ll Nation Ilus
lDeo:nle involvil in War?"- .\rs.
.1. I. ('. ook, .lrs. T : D 1run 1ii l.
.\Mrs. .1. It. \Villiamns.
Son. -".losut. alls I's ()vor the
Bible lo e-.00 A Prac.e
*'ttti I )t a e s n
.\ Al im illf: e1Wf I i
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(II fllf iwn
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Lten as Re
-e pikng is good
iring Suits Re
LAURENS COTTON MILL
THURSDAY NIGHT 8:30
BY MR. ROWLAND CAMPBELL
A South Carolina (Anderson County) boy
who has just returned from the front, will
give an illustrated lecture showing the ac
tual workings of the armies.
He will exhibit Trench HeAlmets, Gas
Masks, Rifles, Bayonets, Shells, Haind Grn
,ades and a German Machine Gun, 1917
There are only two of i'ese %aci fire
guns in America. Th e ar w were
taken from the firs line Gernan trenches
and are the ext t w.apons being used
against our Ameri oys today.
ADMISSION 15c and 25c
Proceeds to Red q Cr 2
BOYS' WASH SUITS
White and Colors; SizeF 3 t4
6. Tub Proof.
$1.50, $2.50 and $3. 0.
Twenty Silk Dresses. Your Choice
affetas, Messalines and combina
ti s; black, nayy; grey, brown and tan.
alues fr m18.50 to $25.00. The en
tireJ o'n sale this week at one price,
Waists Special, $5.00
Twenty Crepe-de-Chine waists; black,
brown, grey, flesh, and rose. Best quality
of Crepe-de-Chine; Value $5.95. Special
for this week, your choice,
NWhite, colored and combina
D E ''$seO and $2.00