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NOTICE-, TO (lZICUllTOlRS,
the C:;tate of .\arv E. IllAsb.dee.\d
are hereb. iotifi(ed and required to
presvent thet. duWY o s at I ref
0eren1ce t)o .- eli ::l .. The oiLe of ile
Probate Judge of .::n I o niy. On
the Huth d.ay (it .\la m :,. a I .f .
A. MI., or io forev i 1'arred.
All pcrzons indebt'd to iid c2.ta:v
Wil miake payment on or before that
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April P 10 --1 mo -.
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured;,
With LOC.\%T - -
cannot rc:a( h ti --. -a
tarrh is a i) r I ' I
and in Ol br tie i 1
ternal r'mo(v 1. - -.
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a regulav o
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tion t - - -
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Old ho,10 o
Copp:e ' rs R b
ber an a kiasc at
junk ha ed.
Best Prices Offered.
Laurens, S. C.
To Cure a CoT. o One: Day,
Take LA ATV m . It st'ar' theC
Cough car.d H !:oI . '..ul U '.
Drugg'i' refinI t1 I to.I ctue.
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LL I thLe dtinan iu
dI(iiaiil grows. mu ci'e
Ill: AVE Ills S1I1RT OFF IS BACK.
1411 a11 11111011n O)(Ileer. 'Tralveling onl
Train M-1lped I Ni iorn liaby.
0:1w or ftl , ay to say that a m
!. to1 descctd to x
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. It w -' rin ; a J!
a h d t n(.I .i -yi
I lie :tory:
.\i i o ll o cliLer, v.-hO : ( eel a
-tr worker at II stIation wh11 n.!l
ruhcaine thronuah. walked into
h \nierian Red LIro. o!!i'et at 1C,
a. Ita.y. and told of i poor your,::
:onman wh~lo had Zivln bir,1h to a1 hab.y
I h train i l whic ht wa. ridin; 1
vw niIh previouly. They had bcen
fq onrn over 16 hours. and I h
-( dly poor and Idishear tend
111.r had been Jaiied in with the
leds of other frigitened Italiais
Pi the same trali. Hungry, tired an!
rbl cit and in a frightfully weak
0 londition. site had scarcely su!!i
-ietlothe.s for herself. not to speak
'roperly ncring for a 1ew '
Thel( young ofliceri ;trippodh
i 4 his shir. and there amon fILL.
itlvned, half starved. forlorn crowd
hQ )or Italian infant was wrappedI
its first body covering.
:ither and babe were afterwards
* d baIk to heal'lh. clothed and
A f t 4. art b 11 .\l !iC(t!l 'eI
'rlw \nd this is onjy one smadl. is
ltdincident amlong, thoulsands Ihat
-ome nuor Ihe workin': of the 0IN
)ESERVES A GOLD
MEDAL FOR THIS
ineinnti authority til how to dr3
u) any 4-41rn11 or ciIIII so It lifts
hl bt o ff.
You corn-postered mien:1,1 Xm01s101
T, 'irafefno loubecr. Woa r t heshou,
i ! Ilie you b frorll, I' :IyS 1..:s
adan a 'ri:y. heraue af
11m apploitd directly on
It' n1g corn :-:opj1 soreness. :4
Iit ;or I *:W . )
1 .i of pi o
HLN WL L;T IN GOLD.
An Aviator'- Letter Tclls Wh.at a Rc
Cross Nurse Is Worth.
"As for the Amnerlean led Croas
-w.,I could never In It thonl
Sain,)l s express ly aptpreecla
tion .i1i ail'dImirat lon of I1htse
Amevrican womewn. I worship thleml.
I guess all the fellows dt1t. The11
first day I enine into campl-pnd
m1y Ilorale was right low ; I'll tell
You abuilt it "(re11 t1nw--we'll, I
went into the Ainerleal Ited Cross,
an d t her, sta din be in - nice .I - A.. ..
cleantt eteil.r, was a lit tle rounlid
facedil i (Croissic. She was .just
beamllingi. on t'vtry tone. Itntagline
I neve r en tne a near makhing a
foot of mylself Inl my life. I felt
lIIke thirowintg my) I armsi arun hOllIter
and weepinIg for .liy. As It waIs, I
mana 121getd to sal t upI moy Choecolaftto
at bit-onily ai tdrttp io twtt thlat I
couldn't help rlinhg oft my (Iheiek.
"'If I tevtr (tinlt an1 ii ngel It wilt
look ju't exauctly like thlat little
ICit 'rssit. Thley wold lie
worthu thidr wetigh t in gtld it f they
did noth11ing but just lhe hetre."
SAL CAR ~
S a a
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li.lill act i' I The
Eleanor Robson Belmon
Tells of Her L
In the R
By ELEANOR RO
W EN I left for Europe a few
months ago I had no cast
iron reverence for the Red
Cross. When I returned
from Europe I brought home with me
unbounded belief in the organization.
I had seen enough to make me realize
that this was the best method of serv
ing the soldiers and sailors. We are
waging an economic war. Therefore
the surest and most effective way to
help is through the established chan
nels selected for that purpose by the
The main work of the American Red
Cross, however, is, of course, carried
on in France. The policy of those
heading this work is to back up the
French in their own efforts and to
help them develop along their own
lines, not to root out French institu
tions and transplant Americnn ones.
Whether we work, then, in eanteens,
in wnrehouses, in dispenslries, for
pollus or for refugees, in Paris or in
ELEANOR ROBSON BELMONT.
the devastated districts, for lhe chil
dreni or for the aged, it is nilways on
t he samte pilan of liaekinag up the
French If they have any orgaization
Poilus Like Oysters and Salad.
TIhe canteen work is one of the muost
grt'tifying ways of helping the men.
To' see those pollus enjoying the first
delicaes they have hadl for days is a
soula t isfyi ng sight. The FEngiIsh and
Freun h m aitaaIn canat ens where they
dipenuse so uip, hot cqffee and1( co-cutt, to
bacco, clho cola te, etc., but the A meri
can R~ed Cross canteens serve real
dlinnaers at cost or under. The poll us
are~ inordlimt ely fond oif oysters iand
sal ad ;when t hey cian order a pla te
of oysters or a dish of salad in an
Amnerican canteen they nre as happy
as children. We have six enteens in
the French zone for the Frenmeh army
-France Is, of course, divided to
zones. In one lne of commtuunlin
canteenm we serve from 41,000) to 8,0001
men a day. TJhese canteens are near
the raillroamd st ations for the lbenellt of
thme inen go ing to the front, being t rans
ferret to some other section, or going
home on a fu:rloi'gh. In one seeidon the
IAM too old to shar
Too many year
Since first I saw ti
My youth hasI
B am too old to join ti
Far-flung today t
I may not die for whi
-- But I am not too
I am not yet so old tU
Have drifted fro
I etill can hear the he
And mercy still<
o still can share fron
The burden that
And I thank God thai
The Red Cross la
I am too old to bear
Across the shell.
I may not go wherei
And death's grirr
But I can hear the h
.And I can serve
And I thank Cod tha
I sll not be to
will (1iel your lgh, soothe the In
lhi.111-Itionl of a Sore 1 th roat an d itnugs.,
stop 1rritatio i n III the bronlchbil i
heuin acood nh rest,. free0 f~r4.1i
CW t l lt' 11(41 WVith easy8 CNJW e l Oa ill
n !he Mlrig \ade and .)Ild In.
.\lerien , -ir lty--two years.. A won
<h rfl I'rescril)( 1. aw Angi nat uru
Inl blishli 11> olr -1 i'i.. health
'1 I iy ll. D, t w r o e, r h n ,
V 3, br- b o I . I) 1'r sat 1 .: 1
I ra;' ('I. 1a d 90 c.-nts bot
DrIves Out Malarla, Builds Up Sytmt
The 01' ;tandard genterii streitgtheith (oic,
GROVE .) TASTEl,.E-SS chill TONIC.dtivcs ot.
Mnlarin, 1nt rhs Io0'o-,nnd b -11%1-,, e ,.
tem. A true tonic. For adultu audl chtialtren. 60c
We Buy, SE
We will'act as yo
all kinds of stoc
those you have
- -- AN
I and r'
of pe a
- th 0
Ril v ort:4, ettel
I t %A .i, oo,,Li
"When It how mil
Tin, Slate and
Cotton Mill Sl,
We sell a d i
Furnaces r H
A hall-'storm, with at raking
0 :-b of grIowing (otton or grir
Y~oiu canoflt pre (vent hail, hu
lossi by a. I tail Inisutrance Potliey
prompt, cheerful patymuent of al
It lis just s Important th at
hail ldestruict on as from loss.i
mioderate-rat~ hail iusuran .
tection that n~1 come on! rol
assets, and~ th~ gori un ' of ti
b~y an agent th t has tJ best
lease don't d , Insure to
J. J. ADI
A t; TLnrens National B
FIN.iL SETTL EENT.
T n 1otice that on the 4th day* of
.lune' 19S1. I .ill render a Ihial ac
ez-ouit of i s (-:, anid (in1gs as
Px -cutrix of the est ate of (. C. Ityrd
tdreeNd, in the oflice of the Judge of
o'rbal of at tr1111 1s county, at 11
'lock. p. ., an d oi the sIame day
?vill npply for a fi-ilr dischargv from
. : er u ind b'iel d to sai estate
isnotied aw! ieuitred to make pay
eit on tihAt dat'; and all )CIsonis
h avina cai:s ag ailnt nald estate will
iresewnt theni on or before said date,
duly prioen r1 be forever barred.
.\% b11 Ill .1. 1,,Y R D 1,
.lay 1. 19tx-1 mo.-A.
11 and Trade
ur agent in buying
cs or disposing of
'T you t taste that cup of good
Luz ' ne Coffee? Steaming hot
'dy give you a whole dayful
yavor is wonderfully good and
na-get it?-oh, ma honey I
r run quick and get a bright, clean'
izianne while it's there. If you
:e it-every bit of it-then your
vill give you back every cent you
it. Try Luzianne today and see
hty good it is.
eet JIetal Work.
is t1 Warm Air
Write or Phone
SON, S. C.
rie of hi'lt bullets wvill (ut dlown a
in half ai mInute.
t ~ yof enn pr otect yoursielf agaInst
in they. llar'tford F"ire lnsuriance
icke 'hby more than a centuiry of
I t tosses, costs you hut a trifle.
ushouild Insure agaInst loss from
'fire dlestiiction. The "Hartford's"
polley gives you the absolute pro
n a company wIth the history, the
''e "lartford"., and a piol icy fiue
nterests oft his customiers ever in
ank TLnrans, S. .
* * * * * * * *
ERS AND SALADS
t, Home From Europe,
huts used for this purpose are little
alley" marked "'Paris," "Dijon," or "Ly.
ons." These little alleys are laid out
with bunks tiled with sleeping men.
If a poillu is going to Paris, he throws
himself down in the Paris hunk, serene
in the knowledge that lie will be called
in time for the Paris train.
In some of the canteens the lights
have to be (Iimmed onl account of nero
planes. Often the lights are covered
with colored muslin shields which
make a rosy glow that is very home
like. One of the elniteens has beeil
d(ecorated bly somc( of the best eniou
thige artists In Friance, who have taken
great delight in covering the walls and
even the ceiling with their pletures.
The ennitees are o(en day mnd night
for the benelit of the men at the big
Do More Than Feed Men.
The wo;2i('n in the eanteens do more
than feed the men, however, impor
ttint as that is. Poiltts leaving their
fiatmlies are naturally dIpressed and
ineed symlipatltile listeners. Some one
to admire his wife's pieture, some one
to Ittutzht ovtr the ihy's lItest sign
of geniu s, soie one to Iell hitm that
the oblest boy is the Itage of his
In'?sme ftlier-this is as rei a
neeti iII the tipolu's life a s:lad or
soup, in IIInet the presence of these
ft:a women is sulch tanl iluilienice for
Yglool that! oilievers S~ty the Ilorie of
11o- nimy: is distlinetly hightr wherever
thee:.tees ae.Thi-; canses grevat
N!Irivlr :111411-- the( enn tleen worIkers.
4,1!h 'w : s h iir it ee t b he the
bit:<! iE m s popilar inl IOw 'wrve.
fb this dirot. ofrsmil seravice
t .-- :ist tho ill Cro Is doing
a I .:' .l1tm lh'ltl t4:t wrk with
dti eti ::-S . We ha.1ve ift en dispenl -
Su i - atteredl throu4 gh districts
w0.11.4 ,a hI s bee Il n or is4,likely to be.
Ve:nt iady timoblitvd 18.000 of her
"1,1),11 phys-iimis, h'v-ing ithout 6,000
fo' i t l' for th e dvilan Prance.
e.it i:tts you will flh on e old doctor
takhing. e (i f svrivillages With
no4 mn-;:.s (if transportation except oc
enIsi1nly I[.Inaged, overworked horse.
Ili-re is a chance for the Ited Cross to
step inll help. There Is a syndicate
of phyi1.s to which the fed Cross
app' b I it oI'I itti out if a certain viillage
has a no" iitni adtviser; if not we estah
ish a cent 1rt atd otperate in a give'n
set.'iont arunid tihe center.
Bathing a Luxury.
A fled Cross doctor andl~ nurse go out
regularlny lto thec villages in the'ir section.
ich village is informed when they are
comling so that all who want medlieni
adiviee or~ teatmtent can nmeet togethier
ini one spott and saive unnecessary calls.
Of core if anty 0one is too ill to comel
to the dotctor, the docttor goes to htiml.
The nturses entry amonig other things
shower hth is for hablies. In many re
gions of I rance, owing to lack of facil
ities, hathling is a luxury, so the super
stitioni uns grown up that it is dan
ger'ous. Now.. slince the~ mlothe~r are
convinceed that their chiildlren will
be neither killed nor linjured, b)ut On
t' cotrlar. benetifited by hatths, how.
the'y do look forward to themi I
After all this inspiring activity ot
the ltid Cross ont t he ot her s1ide, ro
intantlec in spilte of the drudger'y anid
trmagedly, I expectedl the work here to
lbe utni ant i-cIitmax, I wits amazn 7ed, then,
wh.lent I rtutrned to see what we were
ncornytnIhblt at 11011e.
B the fight;
s have come and gene
e morning light.
been and traveled one
hat truth shall live,
at is fine,
old to give.
m the world apart
an reach my heart.
day to day.
our youth must been
I can say
my symbol there.
.omr Flande rs' field
terrors are revealed;
thlem while I live;
t throtejt. et all.
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