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&BBEVILLE-GICEEN WOOD MUTUAL
PROPERTY INSURED $2,500,000.
WRITE OR CALL on the under
signed for any information you may
desire about our plan of insurance.
We insure your property against de
Fire, Windstorm or Lightning.
And do so cheaper than any insurance
coilpany in existence.
Remember we are prepared to prove
to you that ours Is the safest and
cheapest ilan of insurance known.
Our association is now licensed to
write insurance in the counties of Ab
beville. Greenwood, 'McCormick, Lau
rens and Edgefield.
The officers are:
GEN. J. FRASER LYON. President,
Columbia. S. C.
J. R. BLAKE, Gen. Agt., seey. & Treas.
Greenwood, S. C.
A. 0. Grast .. .. ..Mt. Carmel, S. C.
J. NI. Gambrel) .. ..Abbeville, S. C.
Jno. I-. Childs ......Bradley, S. C.
A. W. Youngblood .. ..Hodges, S. C.
J. N. Chamberlain. .MeCormick, S. C.
I. 1-. Nicholson .. . . Edgefield, S. C.
L. Timmerman, Pleasant Lane, S. C.
J. C. Martin .. .. .. ..Princeton, S. C.
W. H. Wharton .. .. ..Waterloo, S. C.
J. I. BLAEE, Gen. Agt,
Greenwood, S. C.
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they
cannot reach the seat of the disease. Cu.
tarrh is a blood or constituttonal disease.
and in order to cure it you must take in
ternal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is
taken internally, and( acts directly upon
the dlood and mucous surface. Hall's
Catarrh Core It not a quack medicine. It
was prescribed by one of the best phy
eicians in this country for years and is
a regular prescription. It is composed of
the best tonics known, combined with the
best blood purifiers. netinm directly on the
mucous surfaces. The per feet combina
tion of the two ingredicnt is what pro
duces such wmidei fuI i. suits in curing
catarrh. Send for testimoinials. free.
Fi. J1. T H- F.N iv & CC) ~.., p. -Teao., 0.
Sold by 1 u'tipletstp . ti , ..
Take lhal FainiIl 14is fur constie.tion.
W. M. NASH
Gray Court, S. C.
Undertakers and Embalmer
- %ig answered any hour day or night.
imp~On(Cooper & IBabb
Attorreys at Law.
Wtil Practice In all State Court
Prgmpt Atention Given All Basiness
A. DIAL A. C. TODD
DIAL & TODD
Attornevs at Law
1 Enterprise Bank Bulildings,
Laurens, S. C.
PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS
Long Time Loans Negotiated.
Dr. T. L. Timmerman
Laurens, South Carolina
oelce in Peoples Bank Building.
Blackwell & Sullivan
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
VtaroJ4p attentilon given to all business
Money to JOanD ont Real Estate
' Glen Phone ''Hesidence P'hone SI
"'y~ .. mons Building
F'EA''iERcsTO'NE & KNIUH'!
Attornae.1 at Law
ilaurets. S. C.
.UliHusini ss initruste'd to Our Cars
WuI1 Hias e I'rctmpt arid ( areflui A tien
teinee ov er il'almestto Bank
Fetertn wil spend Wednei.
J. ROY CRAWFORD
Piss. Tracings, lilne. Prints. Ett.
^4~phone 28M0 Clinton,. S. C.
lily I16. * '. Imro. Adr.n nt rat or.
bec State of Souith 2'aro.ina,
('ounty of Lauren( s.
W~i 1'l F't AS. J L I. Niahaffey madeh sutt
o mn< to gran a ~ltters of athiis
rat ion of thie -s~tt alndI(T yffI t of S.
1) MrtnatN v. A't 'ast d1 that n iht ar.d
,ate(, t. bet I ld at saurens ( ourt
Iouisi .A Lan.i . . on the -.(tth day~
of .51 ly, icik '- afvtr ulitlion
I0'0'. at I 0l (\ i hit 'or'noon.
4) showi cau1st ff any thety hatV I. wh)y
aidl AdirnaI S!tration1 lhouldt net he
(hvi r .nt r rmy hanrd this, rQL1 day~
f JL!y. A I). -
0. (A. THllO31IsOIN.
No Worms ini a healthy Child
All <hikdren Itoulted withI worrns l:ave an on
hmeal hty coler, wh ith indicates peer h~ksud, and as a
rule, thlere is mnore or Its 5stornacih disturbance.
GRIOVE'S TASTELESS chill TIONIC given regularhy
for two or thlree weeks will (enrichl the bloo~d, im
prove't tihe digestion, and tat as a Generali Strength
eubig TIonic to t heC whole styltet. Nnlure. will t hen
throw off or dispmel t he wtorms, andi the (Child( will be
iD jeMrfect healtit. l'kensnuot to luake .n (0oer bottle.
Lainford, July t5.-The Jtcd Cross
entertainment given at the school
house Friday night was well attend
ed anti murch enjoyed by all. A very
interesting little program rendered by
the Junior Red Cross and the little
trained nurses sure did their part
beautifully. Little Max Patterson dis
played an unusual talent for nuie
by giving two special selections. Lily
\la Cox gave a little piano solo. The
reading by Misses (race DeShields
and Nannie lAinford and Miss Pauline
Waldrep's recitation were all good.
Several songs. etc. inade the program
Presiding Elder Jones was present
and made a good. encouraging talk on
Red Cross work: .\Mrs. W. 1). Patterson
made a splendid talk on the Junior
ied Cross work and urged that we in
creat( our' membership for Red CroFF
The qiuarterly meting convened
with the .Methodist church Friday. and
Rev. Jones preached Sunday afternoon
a very able sermon to a large congre
gation. The new .r(-siding tlder has
won the hearts of all the pe-ople by his
.l r. est iDonnon and family. of
Sandy SPrings, attendh d services Sun
\i sssrs (Clatrnec :'rvw, G(eorg( Iar
.i n andii li d iteShiilds tlfl .lon day
ih i ni)'iflg T(1 r-pol foir duly to stand
h)! xam i ::a io n fo r !o ld iir,
M o: rs. Jaiwi s Ple ilg. Louis il n
t 2; . and Crawtord Gtif re yreu, d i
e n -.. ny laSt iq wk.
D*hwd andi finely. - i
\ot cdraff .n(! M.\ . ;x r i -h -i.
ild fit -' rier and i' I
an.j Ta e-(n fo:- IL( pr' n. Thev.
i ' clb-i .0i a rei-a I arhi iate. It isa
i''auifult sigh' io s them1 :1.1 enI so
0h((, fu1illy and (11( th miw, ly4s .w l
ung'y in this gri it ioi' 'f (Ir coiin
iry. While wv m1iothers, sistrs tand
'we ithearts can't hit but shed a few
varis ovel( r thin delart ure.
TI prlotractedil meeting will begin
al th e Miethodist church on it- fourtl
uday iiorning in July. The Bap
tist . 1la to -Wlrac their im -eeing.
fr m tlhe ti-st Suriday in August.
Nll . \jmi(, Drummnond. .\lr. and]
mrs. '[ov A. Driiimmond and .\rs. ti-.
Railcy. of Clinton. mioored through to
Solutlhia on( (inyi last week. 1o si
good--yr to S':igt. Frank P'. Drilum
1ierr. in who is exp tedi-il to .-ail so:on.
Ni. T fff TO H MIEl NRIti'1.
den't to Print lIt.
1.im (' 'many. says a dlisliatch tron,1
Thi !aLOr to the Ex-hang. 'Tebi-giatl.
i' i 4'n . e, bare i~. at 1. nne ha
ulab 1- 'O partleaip~a!< i hewi.ti: a
it a -myE LN.d : 10:in ta . Th :uiar
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d(llY"t - < ai n it-gi< ir aj y h
na r:.on!ii t r an.- s 1.is tf
Whif i1tf i Ncr to lia~iitii(a irth
i'gi o uih. Juf-.-- The-loing t
flt fatm ityi aut hior d r . arnmo
Tehxionly wayin anf keigatn -y e.It
reeil:-d of halot h .- o re hi i i t'y Irth
(i ist a ion. 131( o-ipii.It is aby i- -mil -
(iln t anh i -eco d l at omiy pt' . ols f th
iat it ii'iroof .t hLji or her~ leia
a hi-o'erds~t h0orhe
rihtto iheitpop rt b lngng t
th< tailiy ili hi o li r ge- fo
scholing voing nd aryn.I
n 0l o eln ifoeabrhcrii
cae s ~ uiedfr lm steer kn
ofsriet anScuain ti ed
FARMERS MAY GRIND
FULL YEAR'S SUPPLY
Food Administration Rules Governing
- Grinding of Home-Grown Wheat
Modified-Flour May Be Sold Under
Columbia.-Under modified regula
tions of the Food Administration
farmers are now permitted to grind a
full year's supply of flour from home
grown wheat. Millers throughout South
Carolina have been authorized by the
Food Administration to grind, from
wheat made by farmers, enough flour
to supply their families and their ten
ants for 12 months. This amouut
must, however, be based upon a cal
culation of 12 pounds per month per
Although using flour ground from
home-grown wheat, farmers are ex
pected by the Food Administration
to nevertheless observe strictly the
fifty-fifty rule and to use flour substi
tutes. pound for pound, with the flour
they have ground. The fact that they
have produced their own wheat does
not release them from this obligation.
They are also expected to see to it
that their tenants, furnished by them.
use flour substitutes on the fifty-fifty
Farmers who grow wheat may sell
flour to their neighbors who perhap
have no:, but in such cases they will
le required, under the rules of the
Food Administration. to sell an equal
niountt of flour suihstitutes, the same
Sa ivrchait, or tikie miller's cer
tificates from the purihaser showing
that the imrchaser has had flour sub
stitutes( ground to cover the flour
bought, pouid tor pounad. par me rs
rluay e-Vll flour, from their witeat, to
meItlhaots. hut when merchants r'e
sell; 1lhi- lour it ist le sold. pound
for Iiuntd, with flour substitutes, to
the wis who buy it.
T eguilat lon apply to thresh
rien as wll as to in rmers.
LICENSES ARE REQUIRED
TO DEAL IN POULTRY
Colunibia.---(ouint ry or cross-read
Ftorekeepers who buy eggs and some
timis Iult ry tromi the farmers. for
selling again. are required, under the
proclamation of President Wilson of
May 14th. to obtain licenses from the
INod Administration. The fact thatt
most country stores are in the re
:al busine-s on a very small scale
es hot alter the case, but as a rule
these storekeepers have not considor
ed themiselves liable. The President's
proclatmation required the I .nsing
of all those engaged in certain lines
of business. including "operators of
poultry and egg paelting plants not al
ready licensed under the United
States Food Administration." Under
this classiflition, anyone who solls
poultry or eggs In any way than at
retail to the consumer, regardless of
the amount of business done. must he
licensed In order to comply with the
law ill (ointry storem buying eggs
and poultry from farmers must fill (out
bdanks obtained from the U'nitedl
Strites Food Admninist rat ion, and have
licenses issuied to theta.
MIY WE MV" SAVE FOOD
The United Strates the Last
Reservoir of Men, of Ships
and of Food to Save World
"11 (yfu (ouhii stand1( itt the middille of
lturopIle todaIy andif sur-viy the land to
its biorders youi would( discover i-s
whoI (ilie poutati~on of 4tit0,60) hiuman1 I
beinig short of foodl.M .\illionis of piel
pile int Po(lanid. F-'inland. Serir, Ar
miali -andi Rutissia are dlying oif starva
tion and (othier miillionts are sutffering
fromt 2oo Ii t~le food. Ouiir Al lies anrd
ti- nut rals are living oti the hare at
maraginis that will suoPirt life and
"TUhis. the most appalling and dlretad
tul t hinjg that has -om- to h umaniit y
since thle dawn of civilization, is to
mae t he out standin111g creation of Gr
man itlitariern. The Germans t hem
selves are not1 the woist sufferers. Taey
are- extorting at the (e nion's mouth the
harv-est S and (cattle of the peopile they
have overrun, leaving t hem in desola
tion. If the war were to (Oase to
morrow, t he Itoll of actual11 d readi from
sta rvat ion rid its alttendarnt dissases
'within the Germian lin-s wAould dlouble
or tre ble thle 6l ti0i.00t0 or f.000.000i of
men whtu have beetn actuailly kill-d by
Germany and her allies in arms. The
1(i.t0i.0f0 peopli- itn (,eIupied I'elg iumo
and1( N\ort hern F-ranci 'e woutthI have (lied
of In rvatIion haid it not been for ius
and the Allies.
"Wt~e must)4 buiild our food~ resiourcea
o standr ready for ay demnt~tds upon
its by lthe Allies. It is oif nio purpoone
toi us toi send mtillionts (if oiur liest to
France if we fail to 1maintatn t rentgt h
of t heir mnen. women anid chtildren on
( 'V i e i- , .01 :n'1too. Thle l'n
ted States is thre last reservoir of
rmen. the las.t .11' r-v(r (f shaps, the
last! rn -ervo(ir ci f manhions1 arnd :heo
- os-rwotTir f food upon which the
AlIiled woirld II. lst deli-nd if (Germiany
is toi lie defelate~d anid If we are to be
-I'llY '-Vnd and '2rd.
J. W. HENDERSON, Jr.
Laurens%, S. (
Light Weight Suits in Stock. Buy Your Suits Early.
Geo. Walsh In
A Great Picture of American Life; Full of
Excitement and Thrills
IN TEN MIGHTY REELS
"TEXAS" A. B. RITCH IE
THE GENTLEMAN FROM TEXAS
Swings 26 Men On His Neck At One Timne
Balances On His S oulders 20 Girls At One Time
Breaks bo ds over hi 6'd, drives 80-penny
spikes through -inch b s with a single blow of his
Twists hors -s oes with his hands.
Shows and contracts 172 muscles of his body.
Has an expansion of 11 1-4 inches.
See his dances of the 1000 muscles.
Shows how to become strong and obtain perfect
500 other feats of strength.
These Two Big Attractions Will Be Shown
THREE TIMES ONLY
3:00 P. M. 6:30 P. M. 9:00 P. M.
FRIDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING
CHILDREN 25c ADULTS 50c