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Then to the Dance!
"('oodilght to Corn Palns--('orns Peel
(Off iik "(Gels-11.".
" Say, girls, yot' enn laugh at Light
shoes, or datp, corn-pilllg weather,
hig humpy corns, calluses on the soles
of your feet, corns between the toes,
hard aiid sort corls, if you will just
touch the corn or callus with a few
drops of 'Gets-It', What a. blessed re
lief it gives to corn pains! You won't
111111) any more; you Can enjoy the
dance every minitute. Then to see how
that corn or callus will come 9ighit
off complete, like a baiaia peel and
without the least pain, Is just wonder
ful. *Gets-It' Is the biggest seller
among corn reiiiovers in the world to
day. simply because it is so wonder
fully simply and always works. lie
sure yol get 'Gets-It.'
"Gets-It", - the guaranteed, money
back corn-riemover, the only sur'e way,
costs but a trifle at any drug store.
Maim fact i red by i.I. Lawrence & Co..
Sold in Laurens and recommended
as the World's best corn remedy 1h'
Rhecumuuatisi causes more pain and
suffering than any other disease, for
the reason that it is the most conmon
of all ills, and It, Is certainily gratify
Ing to sufferers to knovw that there is
a r'emeldy ithat will afford relief, and
make rest and sleep 1,ossible. It is
Called ('hamherlain's biinment.
UltimENS AUl''l'T1A F IW li,
has leen a holuselhol remiedy all over
tle civilized world fori more than half
a ce.nltilry for constipation, In testil
ly deprcssed feelinlhg that aeroml panfuis
such disordero. It is a ml1ost valiable
remedy for indigest ion or ner vois dys
pep.sia and liver trouble, briing i oni
headache, coming 1)up of food, palpita
lion of heirt, and many other symp
toms. A few doses of August liower
will relieve you. It is a gentle laxa
I lve. Sold by Powe Drug Co., in :0
and 90 cent bottles.
For lad f^on. Corstilpntion or
Just t-y one 50-cent bottle of LAX-FOS
WITH PiSIN. A ULquid Didiestive
Laxativo pleasant to take. Made and
reco mme nde(I td t tje pulblic by Paris Medi
cine Co., ianuf.icturers of Laxative 13r"oMo
Quinine and Grove' Tastees: chill Tonic.
W. M. NASH
Gray Court, S. C.
Undertakers and Embalmer
E0alls answq~ered tany hour day or night.
Simnpson,Cooper & Babb
Attorneys at Law.
Wil Practlen in all State Courts
fremyt Attention Given All Businegs
U. J. DIAL A. C. TODD
DIAL & TODD
Attorneys at Law
Enterprise IBank Buoidings,
Laurens, S. C.
P.RAC.TICE IN ALL COURTS
Long 'Tme Loans~ Negotiated.
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
Laurens, South Carolina
offie in Peoples Bank Building.
Blackwell & Sullivan
ATlTORNEYS AT LAW
Prompt attention given to all business
honey to loan oii Real Estate
G~qcc Phone " Residence Phone 38
Offic .imons Building
6, I,. Featherstone W. B. Enight
FEvATrHERST'ONE & KNIGHT
A ttorneys -at Law
* Laurens. S. C.
All unsin ast Intrusted to Our Care
Wr1U Have P'rompt antd Careful Atten.
licee over P'aimetto Bank
, ri* F'eatherstone will spend Wed es~t
'by of each week in Laure n)
J. ROY CRAWFORD
Plats, Tracings, Inue Prints, Ete.
'alephaone 2d04 Clinn, . C.
BUT NOT NOW A PERIL
Allied Nations BuIldiing Ships Faster
Thanu They can be Sunk, Declares
L0loyd'-George. Race lietween Wll
son nid Von Hindenburg.
Ed inIurgh, .\ay 2l.-That Germany
Is straining every nerve to strike a
decisive blow before the American
ar canies en he brought into the field
was the statetient made today by Da
vid Lloyd-George, the prime minister,
in an laddress onl the occasion of his
being tendered the freedom of the city
The allied comatanders, who knew
best what the plrospoets were, he add
ed, felt most confident about the Iesuilt
\Ir. Lloyd-George said that while
the United States was rushing its men
into France, in its present strength of
those armies was equivalent to one
fifth of the fighting strengtth Which
was gained l)y the Teutonic allies
through the collapse of Russia.
The premier was most optimistic as,
regards the stibmarine campaign of
Germany. le said while the menace
of the. underwater boat had not been
entirely removed, the allied nations
now were bitilding s'aips faster than
they could bli sunk and that the unre
strlited sitbmarine warfare might b5c
disregarde(l as a vital danger by the
The prospects of using the entire
force of tle allies were very bright,
said 'Mr. Lloyd-George in discussIng
the united command of the entent.
armies in France. lie sounded a note
of warning during hits address as to
Germany's poeae propos:ls, saying
that the PrIussian autocracy did not. in
tend to bing the war to an end "un
lil its basket is as full as it can hold."
l1everting io the shipping sitntation.
the premier said that in April the oal
ptt (1f slippinlu for the first time ox
cooded the lse.This st-tementwa
::reeted w ith grealt en u ia m
The i i'r paid a i::te to he
'aiio%.s of tle navy andl irtar e'antile
calm, 1loi subma. nll. difft ats*.u til
"Behle, i'o-etc,,l our.I Ahips anId
t ship,4 of o;11 r dllie." :a ijd l Mr. !"o d -
.ili lt task of hlarrdinz, po tri
anld ni ht. They nvteaseOd until
they eonquied 1that hr4. and bloched
Iwo of tiheir nes.--tend aInd zee
Thell premier recad a t--F'uth wh'eu.; bI,
had jiu.-;t r' ved f--nI 1:he admriaia'ty
as rears h m et- of ieenY olun..
miarl'inc--th at it was going ,;aliaic
iorily." Tint. sald thi premiir, is
official langu:.:e. Sine( the bvv'ninnilg
of the year, ie addd, the naval staff
had boen coitidint that the allied na
Vies we-re sini.ul more enemy Srubna
Riles than the '!ie wa :ts atile to build.
"\\'e have rea-h'd ihl- poition," ii
.r. 1,l1 oyd-b.:-:: "1th inar sink
h al ! ie n ha il th! m. \\': are h ldn
m r a ,I In ,i)s - !u.1 i t --. Ith e a
-a wh ole . [a:- r i atl t h V i- e ,a A int
ThXie pemeth theat :':'liomad.t a
i'hie stilliwa an minac, tha t it .\lil
loner as a rim des a i '.as rh it;n
rl(tii4 y jli sba it \\at sil fameil t'
Apiln waf the rloi:d v con sh t
ruthesfa! subeatr i- arnar'ie ham
mienied.eor ithe fib t the oua:tut
eerdthe lss,h said M. Lo
.\ar.e 'IelRyd-Gtorot aitdteu'tema
frt itn st wa al nr, buf that i at:no
'loner waas eao teia.sa mauedaawn
ingcting injurey it as til!ha oblh
wlinlingoftei bysinhe w'tile cat'nib- i
Thi failure ii the submarl3ine'ti had
th at!a.'ounted tordthnilrisent offen
.sitke att a lasi res ot tou scurea vitor
Geor nee, we mus nort izuderrte thel
Tte colast of Rua ae ja oyawn
int Ia'p ini th oftride which h. nVoth yeti
been~ skannedb Sote n com ni ofi~ .\mlri
lea andol' unt'ileig the ievrd by
Amioute, taent tain Frane ande
I tlyg hafe otfeth 50noap.~l i
31tskiiihisi beathy loion wienl keel
that fnleoi il iek irs ansd toban h
ay ild roea oe bennipresar as fullk
h'sittrt'ins t of tanan m s wonedeafl
skin ski oftciiwtenriR ad comp ler.o
beau1ter b'y Itleezing the juiCOR cei- of w
twos lemons fno tai bot aondtaken
threa (unaret' oforchardf white s rel
frgrts lethn thiotion willl kas-eept
frsh' fo moths. faceryk amn ndw
thatds.mon icarelosuse to brottenc
RACE FOR SENATE
Speaks of liens's Iefitisl to Attend
Meetings. Can't. .Fice ssues.
Washington, May 21.-When Con
grossuan Lever W.as shown the state
ment of Mr. Ulease that ie would Ig
nore the Itinerary fixed by the Demo
eratic State committee for csiena1torial
candidates this s11ntim1r, he said: "It
Is nothinug morc than I expected. It
is in 1l1in witth his whole career. lie
knows no laws save his own reckless
will and aml)itiol. I am rnning for
the-senate within the Democratic party
and in accordlanee with its -ules and
regulations. The :Iarty has said what
my schedule of speaking dates shall
be and I shall stand by it.
"Blease's bOltin-. of the rules and
regulations of tho De:nocratic party of
tle State will not alter my plans, ex
Ceipt it will dept'tve me of the (chane
(f exposing, to his face, his un-Amer
canlsm, his dio!yal ty to the )emo
erati administration, his wanton and
malicious attacks upon President WiI
son and Itis reiterated lack of sym
pathy for th war aims of his gov
"ilaase has always been in favor of
the iouIty to co::nty canvass. It is
ignificant that only after my enf ra nec
ilo the race that lie uddely suffers
a (ae or hear- on (he county to
counity campaign. is fal;,, re to 0
se-rve It now an be ; x plained by his
fcar of havin to fae is tiin-Americanl
Utteraice:s at Ioma ia and Filh ert. ar
ter the declaration of war b this gov
er nment. Ji1 knrows that I shall not I(et
huIm escape thelm and he dares ntt' meet
Im( face to fa Ce bfre (th People of
th~ State ea-h day in the eampaig
itt lN A N~i d 1)i 1. 1it t1 11I'
"itsi r (it1 of its h (' u' lia wi
dno:TC-sh t f iI 'y a n w larh ili .(1
ReiPiniP!d C nross ows whti. (on a
i ! 11 q-ioiz -~ 11 : w o (oile
t0%,I- til fiC.
th(. 114'dtr Cf t. otsr; (I
w . i -tis a i s j-. 1o in \:t -
i- not :f e and i. ad ntrande tn
nrr ha r al 4 r :
I \ O fli' t] f;
Over Difrspct~ Shn.wn fit i or for.
d Ir / e ft atthtthe toward the Ir-e
e l X itea'- n and~l frui ltan here.
wasII marihe ( otiiu lc iar o
day ine 'thi shnado of thel monul
-* t lt :'it i:1til i h er e f . \
-riit einie-:ti ecaetits und thne oi
eP ndin thn Stonig i anti ant
n a~i i iheek e fotomch o
-pt'ros ifitnd.a Thju tatog.i
b:' UP.d byi a< rint. ofomi iu ht a pr
~ien~: am! wstn-t ienem a
.i-on is :- y ealidi lg yrgst.a
C....i ellze gefCerege~ on
'Joes, ayi 17-::r Al~en Ah.mrnl
r-Tently uirite reartives inr Statr-~
\ -iityi seineh Mahie.(ate hn
M.w .ielA Tieh is Ten.:;e'-~su
In yit iavtrentn orlanhv
rwey rni. Tulandtn, oI ous an't
rI>o Ma onlesof yourm and propMt ey ti
PiUofh- lodkes wer i-l-lih1' n rpion
itothen trtolsatt.hihth r
MIr. and 'Mrs. Wesicy Morrison. o
Anderson, receitly Visited relativos
We extend congratulations to Mr.
oYvI .\Ia nle' and Miss .Nina S iaw, and
Mr. J1no. Str awhvitor: a11( .\ir. I id le
Walker Who Wero recently married.
Mrs. P'. -M. Ca ine has reittrned frotn
a visit to her sister, Mrs. '. 1.. .\Mar
linl of Monticello.
Mr. John Meiloc 11k has a ine i eli of
Miss ilerife Davetiort has relituned
from a school in G reenvill county.
Dr. W. T. .1ones exatined a Ied
Cross chass at Ware Shoals last, week.
Rev. A. 0. Copeland of 3liewrIon,
1i1led his appoint nent last Sunday an(1
wIll p reachi again for its on the( 3r1d
Stitntay ill .111t1v at 41 p. ill.
.lrs. I. -; .\Martin and sonsl. 'rank,
\\illianm anld Eiigenie, of 'Aloni iello,
are visiting her parents, Dr. and .\rs.I
\\. T. Jones.
DIrs. Dr. \\. TowIve.-; Jones has rv
it rned from a visit. to her da ughter,
.\lrs. Ierring. of Marion.
Air. '(\'alti .lon' is puishin"g ils
Mr. Mac Milchell has a line co*n
There are good stands of cotton and
t I I FainrIIIo . . (('~ ll.e e edvI y b~us%
anfd ilEl le phl asc(l to '401-N o 11
frln .i f any Hile
111)11 oil 2:1(1 illS? to) Mr. uuld Mrs.
JOT Cr( awforud. I soln.
\\e 'I ic Jildeled l Io M'--4 Wil' flolt
for3 a rcceii h iiid f a vor.
.\essra,. ErniestI aind Pl-minlait Oiffla,
(Ii11 i~i~e ie~ i ilin;tiheir Luether,
who Is quite sick.
1. National necessity has pu a th mi ood ini this time
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