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RED CROSS NOTES. *
In the last few weeks $123.72 in spe
elal donations has found its way to
the treasury of the Red Cross.
The Laurens Gun club has sent In
$7.50. The children on Main street, by
patriotic entertainments, $6.06. Dr. J.
M. . Bearden, $2.00. Bailey's school
$12.01. Watts Mill auxiliary $54.50.
Langston Church, $28.00. Lanford aux
The Red Cross is a business organ
ization. No business can run without
money and these checks which good
patriots send In uisolicited, receive a
It's good to know too that the chil
drenl of theo sichools; thrllouhot thc(
u01tv r11 .iin soieC of Itheir vaca.
io d(aIY y , I leir e irII .
Tv'ih) \\ . 'i V l >:vi I on) . Co :ncl V 01
best i ihn c se. Th iolto I r
look :m. but wh- n. in e
w.e ftind that therie is sC litl fruit thar
y'oi cain deend'sr on, thatI tere is a
chiance for a fairly good yie-ldi uh-r
thet prIesent5 conldiijon. Tim- i-id spider
is gel t.ing. ini its work in many' plates
nyer the county. The fruit in thiis
cottnsunnit y is a thing of thIe 'ast.
.lMrs. W. L. Hlower's and ( hitldren. of
Ameorienss. Ga. Airs. iFra nees Sm ith
flnt, of Oreenville, and Mrs. II. Ii.
i iibilumbert an cildrten of L arsens are
i;'erming a while withI their snot her.
Mr-s. A. .r. Smith.
Mr. and! Mr-s. floht. Milam and chill
dren, and .\lt's. flehot and childr-:r, of
Greenvi li-, Ihave retusrned home after
Sptenditng some C1ime with Mirs. .\lllam
Mr'. and Mr ss. Thomas Spencesr anid
dunrghters, Loise spent last S'sndlay
at Madduen withI latives.
Mr. andlVi M r:1ey .Jauks and c'hil
GIRLS! THICKEN AND
BEAUTIFY YOUR HAIR
AND STOP DANDRUFF
Tr'sy tis! Yourt halt' tets4 way, gloss -
aind abttudan at once.
To be prossessed or a head of hre 'y,
beoautiftul ha i' .oft, Iustrous, nuffy,
wavy andc fr'ee tomn dandruff l. nero
ly a matter of' using a little D doritne.
It is easy andi inexpenrsiv to have
nice, soft halt' *id hots o It. .Just
get a small bottli of Knos toni's Dan
der'lin now for a f\w ce s---all dlrutg
stores tecomnmenrd it-a dy a little as
directed andi withsi to muinustes thser
willl be an appeara e of abundance,
freshness, fluffiness and an incomp~ara
ble gloss and lutsre, and t ry as y'ou
will you cannot find a Itrace of dandruff
or falling halt'; but your real surprise
will 1be after about two weeks' tuse
when yout will see new hair'-~fne and
dlownry at. first-yes-buit r'eally new
hair-spr'oting out all over' your
scalp-<Dander'ine is, wve believe, thre
only siur- haIr grower,. destr'oyet' of
dandruff and enire for Itchy scalp anid
if. never falls to stop failing hair at
If you want to pm-ove how pretty and
soft your hair really Is, moisten a cloth
with a little IDander-ino and eareftully
draw It through your hair-taking one
smnall strand at a time. Your hair
will 1)e soft, glossy and beautlfutl in
Jtut a few momentsa-a delightful suir
ny-lan awaita evaryopma whro tries this.
dren, and Mr. and Mrs. Bee Stone and
son, Bee, Jr., of Pars Station, spent
a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Shaw
.\rs. Fielding Ray, of 'Whitmilre, has
been called to the bedside of her fa
ther, Mr. Simpson Malone, who had
a stroke of paralysis. We are glad to
say that this poor old veteran, of 86
summers is some better.
Messrs. James Hudgens and Carrol
Teague, of Knoxville, Temn., are visit
ing their sister and aunts, Mrs. R. T.
Dunlap and Mrs. 0. C. Watts, Laurens
Mr. and Mrs. John Finley and Mr.
W. it. Iludgens of Madden, spent last
Sunday with their Lisbon relatives
and friends. We are always glad to
see these good leople and especially
l'nile .ohn, as most people call him.
.\l1. N'. F-. Teagule, of Colutnhus', Ga.,
siellt last wek wit his annit, .\NrI
I 1.ah i mp.-on. o f fiew rrn
:I'ti'dl pre:I'ahtin her'e Sutm-lay.
3i. andl *'!rs. Rielr, of Livonia.
;at. visit''l the formia'?s sister..\lrs. ..
I'. .\lorr1w -Ii last wiek.
Rev. (e landi will ireahi hrI' on
he 8rdl Surnda at I o'clock.
RtecentlyI we met th~e fol low'ingm
fri ends: Iir. 'D~on nan, of' floyd's M i I
('. 0. Simnmogs, of Green oilee; Gme
liill of E-kom., and C'lar'ega'a Sharp;; of
W'ie have hadl good rains whih fi.ve
grteatlyI revived thle ('tops.
itrewerten io[dge .\'asoie Pitnij(
wats lar'gely attended andl greatly etn
joyed. Past Grandl Maste-r Bry'a n of
Greenville andf other eminient .\asoins
attendled and (ontr'ibutted to the sow
en"as of the dlelightfuil occa'&sion.
Miss lItelen I f'daens, of Wlliamns'on,
is the guest of he(r aunt, .Wrs. Dr. W.
Mr's. Dri. W. T. J'ones rermty 13'"iit
edt her broth', L. TI. II. Daniel, of
M Ir. .\I a( .\,l irchel I has a prom ijihg
('orn and( ('0rton CrOp.
/Sive al of ot' neighbors trt tly
viuit.'d ('ampr Wadsworth, Spa 1ian
.\ ajor' Neely.' a wo'thy colored: man
ofS Mya. is recoverirrg from an at
tal('k of lplnonia. T1h(is is I lie first
time in his life that he has hiad medi
.\ir. S. C7. Riley has a fine' ('0tton
Mirs. Dir. Townes Jones 1.ias Mrs.
Troccoa Cannon, of Abbevllle, as her
We attendled preacilng inst Sunday
at Ware Shoals and heard anl excellent
sermnon by Rev. H-aydlock, pastor of
the Rlapti1st church.
ini response to solicitation of friecnds
Mr. TV. J1. Reacham has enteredl the
i'aco for' tile legIslature and it gives
us pleasurie to commndl hIm to the
favorable consideration of the voters.
The Best Plaster.
A piece of flannel danmpened with
Chamber'lain's LIniment and hound on
over the seat of pain Is often more ef
fectual for ' lame back than a plaster
and doe.i not cost anything like as
WORK IN KANSAS CITY
Greatest Compihinent Ever Paid "The
Kaiser, the Beast of Merlin."
One of the greatest compliments ev
er paid to "The Kaiser, the Beast of
Berlin," the Jewel production, which
will be seen at the Opera House on
Monday and Tuesday, August 12th
and 13th, was the theft of six of its
seven reels. The enterprise was evi
dently enginerd by a pro-German and
took place in Kansas City during the
: ...h - . n ... N .
to h . l.
I ctlal lot of lancy Law
l. , gEoin. at .........
Special lot yard-wjtoide lea(:
"nour .1 uly sale price ,
h imtited to Soard to youtl.
Special lot best1 Dress
worthi :bu( a 3 .artt, our1
ic t ot you 3't........... ,,
yardl $2.25,. our. .Joly sale'
Special St raw I lat and lin
Sale 93e, $1.25, $1.75 tup
Way now and enjosy lifeo
your b'Irainis cool.
Chiljdren's Slippers 419e, 98c
$2.39. '1 tiese are special
2->e bottle Chamberlain's
liemedly (guaranteed), si
sale .............. ....
Keep a bottle readly.
*Ment's Soprpair.. .100,
Worth 5c o15c a pair
0cakes Lenox Soap .
Above soap is nOW be(ing
a cake by othetr firms.
6 boxes Blue Ribbon Mate
4 2e, 'oulr .11uly sale i'e
Special Toilet Soal) sale.
Soaps, Northi 7 and1( 15So
nlow...... .... .........
Special v'alutes in Ladies'
-tluly sale .. .. ..9, $1,
TIhese hats ate goiug
We have very r
mense stocks of gene
our goo'ds were bou1
and buy these goode
while these two big
.sell them. SPECIA
No. 1 Store 210 W
Liberty Loan drive.
The Liberty Loan Committee had se
cured permission from the Universal
Film Exchange in Kansas City to use
"The Kaiser, the Beast of Berlin" as
its principal appeal in the drive. The
picture was shown at Convention .Hall,
one of the largest convention build
ings in the world, to more people than
ever were crowded into that hall in a
wek's time before. The Jewel's pic
ture was credited by the committee,
after the drive was over, with the
lion's share of the enthusiasm and out
pouring of loan pledges for the dis
ouC Burns &
. lpecil va les for
n.orth eoand CIl1.e H
-i - - - M aen s O Silk 1 f
nglwort sal'le to. ....
JulyalsJle Wn oh mooe a
price i,4;g Special .ulyc
ina tio 48 uel of rdu bvo
ecats rJunleHacm n
faie-tom eno48co ti u
toayo eeyhn o a
reand mchnie Oust
ihts maymotsag. T
whil the last lierorstle
tocs ast Nw ths ump tc
StoreJNort Se of SUb
It is no wonder that the followers
of "The Beast of Berlin", in the Kan
sas City district determined to check
as much as possible its further pro
gress in arousing this country to the
proper boiling point. The theft occur
red at the Garden Theatre, where the
picture opened immediately after its
sensational run at Convention Hall.
W. P. Cullen, manager of the, theatre,.
remained after the first night's show to
view the picture which he was cousfd
ering for exhibition tre following
week. While the operator went out
for lunch before running the picture,
under consideration, Mr. Curiler, who,
: W it aL
to 1.1 iL,
July ,;ale in iad ' Above are
MG \en's I
-ilose', Sii July3 75c' nud 9:
.... .........25c l)r'ess S
1(dren' kLe Iiogc and 98c.
20 .>c up to 75c
t mdl now'. .\en's TI
no i1., s Shir:s, Men's ('all
sale price . ..7' and 20c.
cof $1.00 b)otte ic ne j131 gin
21n's frIend) . .. .79c prikcs goll
Sandl Mohair Suitsu 2.-'e (11al
..$7.50 to $12.001 64 at i19c.
'1 from. WearI one 25e rjua
I 1keep cool. Smile at 190'.
01f alen's iD:-es Special
69ce, 98c u~p to) $1.98 y. rd ) sale
I are spiail values ' 'aele
mns, ass~ortedl w'idths$ 9,000( y~
ir~ choice, yard l10e00 Y
Men's Pants $1.48, (worthi
.. . .... ....5.894,000) yr
25 perI cent under (w.orth 30J
D. And rose
toes at away-down (wvorth :
S up to $0.00 a paIr. 900 irl
1(ds and shtapes. it $1.51). $1
1" 294) 3EN'S S~iTTS $2.ju a i;
Cool Cloths, $7.99.tem
'e to keep cool and $1.00 bott1
imner. Come in and 011, .Tuiy
...:.......$7.99 25c pkg. I
ed. This newspaper woul
eks are now doubly larger
ie saving in price is yours
nation is the thief of time.
you; we have the goods a
Y LAWN, 9c a Yard.
OF GENERAL MERCE~
ire, Burns Block
was In the office, heard a noise back
In the theatre, but believed it the oper
ator returning from lunch. The reels
were not missed until the operator had
run the new picture. Then he discov
ered that six- reels of "Th Kaiser, the
Beast of'Berlin", were gone. Marks on
a fire-escape, Indicated how the thief
had escaped. He had apparently hid
den in the theatre when the audience
left. Dupileate reels were rushed from
the exchange for the next day's per
Engraved Cards and Invitations.
Advertiser Printing Co.
I A A
S-r\. . . r d
*h l ':.- : .I J.Nons an
le price 1u1se III to $2.tI,
nde Crwea r Sp(cCial, 390e, (690,
hits, good valutes 500, 75ie
les Iic, 19e, 2;5c, uy to 45e,
ars 100' andi 15e (worth 15c
e IDress (oods at speeial
ig at 9k, 15(', 2.w tip to $I1.69
it y yard-wide Bleaching No.
lity yard-wide Sea Island
lot of Callico (worth 23c a
price now I50.
,yard-wide, worth 33c, sale
a i lasts at 213c.
trds best Dress Ginghams
350) sp~eelat sale price 2ic.
irds best Apron Ginghams
C) sale pri1ce 23c,
oggani 36--inch~ Bleaching
s Alen's Pants going in sale
M P to $..90. Worthi 50c to
lir more thtan we ask for
e of Wampole's Codl Liver
flaCk D~raughit....... ...15e
di not list our two im
than ever before, and
if you will come in
Don't put it off; buy
nd we are going to
Gunds Good Green Coflee