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President Has Decided To
PLANS ARE NOW
Decision of Chief Executive Atinottie
ett o ( niernceof .olntilern Ses
tors aI E:Ci th rInI
Weeh 31ade ' u llle for First Tiio
\\tshin:.a on. S-11t. '0 rsd n
\\iisonn % i I;x ih rice of collol.
placing the la., of the prillvipill 1:) mlt
mllodit l l t h I' e (rl ostcir ioll
of till war , un1(lh-r. go4vvrlunentl(-lil
tionl, de::pitest-n precSsure( fronl thu
Soliheri m :es. 1-11 addition !: <ik
terin1in., the1 ric thet govern111illn
will takev over. Control of tlistribul
tion o this year's erop.
Tle (leision of the presidlnt (tell
nitely alninoucieed at a collelece thi
week wii Senitators antd represelita
lives fronm the eolon Sates, becait<
kIloWnl tothly. I'latis to catty ollt tl
decisiln at e s:a1l to he lifier way.
\.it I ion for ho th fixing of a prict
for ottoll lial hil-n pIr va',1t for i
ilunhe ofnioub: ownglo the rapiti
)y I io li n II ;f:on proillit
Cilit the beil in illy (Illarters Itha
the stap!le shoAuld h4le plact'd onl th
-ain1e 11bi al w1ha1t and othaei eMail)
tials, Iih pr ice, or which has11 been lixet
Tlh prinlli Al 1a I w ill h (' melio u
tilt jr bo t lln(04,'.'Iood to har
8'. . . a '
and - a l h.
U04 h u 'ft; W - -
and 01t l t h1
11han1 1 0 l o r 11(t. (f thll ct;!io l
)1cflu d, it h: 4 h pointed t haIt'V
price recon ht i d whi
If I p' t I
'Iest t .G. Th i -1 ii i L a
havet b;On'. rmt Ett;by hthe cONI.Urei
pn iri litlf l .41),1. Iilfb' tin ho <
lt . Yxeb :~u O lu l ha ve)ci~ fab
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* I :)0 (CROSS NOTI:S. *
All Red< Cross work will hienceforth
he lone inl rooms in tlhe Court Ilouse.
h'le su-irgical dressing departmntent i'c
:'1ivevl its allotment several days ago
and niateilal Is expected at once. The
order- Is for over three hundred split
irriga lion pads, Whichli means that
workers vill be badly needed.
Cottori Samples for the Red Cr-oss.
A box Ias been put oil the cot toi
plai:forii :nd1 coton a'n.ers atid seller;s
are askel to drop ill saiuples or cot
(flin, vihicl will be sold for the benelit
of till- .Jiuiior Hed Cross. All frietis'
of 1te led cross, who are handling
:-otton, are begged to renivieltbr til.;
Inel ( 1h h roonil I Jhe vity school
i!v.-re i . a :elf-dvenial box inl whihl .llu
io iedl Cross Ituenthers are to Illake
.!e1o: is. This is a good plan and
iniigil well be followed by all tht
elloIs to be (routped fo r Eieetivt
lied Cross Work.
.\li:s .\ary Helle Bahlh, chaiinIan ant(
\Nrs.11111t.1 11. IRoper,' eCutIIive sVere
;'lry of t11e Ibaulrilens chapter of the .l l
nit'' lIled ('o1-s, have var 1ius plans 01
rll 4 to t ul lts fro t i e .ln(ior:
ths ite. Theoy have placed till
(ehools in tecount~v inl groups and( .
poinitel a leader for lach group o
school.,;, Ihiese leatders to forit a coin
mite ub1(1ich will Ineel from timw 1
finm, with tle chhiliI :nd secret) ar,
1: i. Di fww I o r ilu-O chair.in ,1i all
ill cllos touch w\.if
i i . 1 o . I I 1 -. I4
\ Ii* . I h 'k l T.I
.'I rn t n. \l . He h l 'p
I sn Mount
r1'' r I , 1
. I le' ulfow I I IYIi
T...........h... n. 4,,:'-.
nd hav noti:b. a..
en 4. Yor4) gs rrninen1i1
unanee alta s n w1ill ref1
an3. - mannoiI(' ('idliln 140( nnIl reni
t'rom the peopil who will be asked to ing
contribut 1e h 1. toweIs, ec.,'or c r- tIhe
tain dimensiotlI-. Tll.s is not to be sec- raw
on1d han(d stuti but new and good. 1Re- wha
Itivusts for the war are coming thick o'
and fast but luxuries will have to be
cut. out, and will be by all right-think
Ing people, inl order to uIeet cheerfully 1
every demand for the soldiers. atel
Committees are bisiting homes garl
throughout Laurens and Laurens cou k .et
ty this week beause of thle following h.
appeal, which ll Henry 1. Davison, chaIr-h
Ilan of the War Council of the Red I
Cross. has sent out:
"U'nk of 11e German1 wall that Ior dUi
fIollr years Ila.; l!'Immed in brave little mos
lelgilum anl , her leigihbors in north- the
.1n11 Fran1ce. 10.001.000 hitman beings 11o!
look to ut. 1or clothing as well as food. for
I:en tlhe weI1lo-do lack necessities, wh<
and flit poor are in the direst need. All ia
:-tocks of, eloiing and raw material
have long silce heel) exllsted. There ing
have been no co111reial imports since ofri
the firs5t devastation of the country. 1ihe.
Th Iualify of mtaterials that the Coin- un1
mission for ll1ief has been permitted pre
to import for mallufacture into cloth- be
i ~Coat Suit
d( h di
1 1 tiI\'
1u d) ny of Iitter
carry the famous linec 13
women, boys, girls a
nsic. find this a ge
$1 SAVING~S STA M[
has Inever been suiicilleint, and now
world Is Short. both of Clothing and
material. WVO cannot purchase
hit you can give it.
,very household In the land has
D spare clothing, worn or out
vn, of little value here, but desper
6 nleeded by the destitute there.
v have ben reduced to fashioning
nents from flour sacks, old bMan
sheets and tablecloths, which
now almost disappeared, and
's from scraps of carpet and jute
Ts. oday it costs eight dollars to
V iWiir of shoes resoled. For bed
. :tIks stuffed with dry leaves or
4 serve as mat tresses. I'verywhere
ieed for blankels I treliendouls.
pitals and other instititions suffer
want of sheets. In some places
de fatililes sleep together to share
io relieve a plncky and long-stifler
nation w )Ile must o1en1 u1p onur stores
milly used clothing. The value of
*( Sipplie 1,;s is minstimable. Your
tsed garments will clothe our op
ssed allies as human beings hould
!olhes, Save thetm from suffering,
a~ and mI o
w hi we found ne
i increased businrs
will be sirprised
n-s th~ same stle
s and curroundin
re much less. W<
ormerly went to td
times it pays to sa
50, -..3 t..o20 bJO
$5.00, 6 o $12.50
Depa r tmennt
require a sweater. We
Yadley sweaters fol rimen,
id children at attractive
traded with ut, come
htr to radec at. Co
lisease and deatl by protecting them IN
igainst the cold a1n(d raw winters of
Automobile Alarm Whistle. v
An alarm whistle to be nounted on
in automobile cylinder valve cap Is 11
said to be about ten times as powerful t
[is the type sounded by a car's ex- t
Coal Mine Ablaze.
At Brule, near St. Ftienne, a coal
nine has been on fire for ages and has
;4lven the district quite at volcante as' t
pect. All attempts to extinguish It
have been futile. It still blazes and
C:mload of Chairs a1(I locker" jrt;l
.. M. & F. if Wlil-KiMS & 00
Improving the Bottle.
As a variation on the notrfllable
bottle a1 Newi Yor-k 1a111n 12S inveIted
ittahlilents for (11dinary bottles that
prevent their contenits bieing poured
out If they have been refllied.
Engraved Cards and Invitations
Advertiser Printing Company
L .*')L '1
. *... tus .5U.. m ...2.iM W
,ra3V cases a
cessary toi handlec~ the~
s in this depar tment.
to find righ here in
as sho-1wn in- the larg
towns, and at prices
1 are getting business
ie larger towns, as in
Lad ie.' and1 ises.,&' W a]l
/ and SG. 50.
B3uster 3 O f Brow hoes, ?01'
Buster Brown Shoes, for <
M en's~ high-class e~hoes.
(ji00o \Vrk Sb0(OS $3.
Slkhs are'& the go this sea
linel, Satina and1 fancies at
Better buy your fall ur
who wait will have to pay
be able to get any. Com<
ply for men~f, women and
bnei up with us this seaso:
urteoCus, polit e sae m na
IAXIMLIM 'CANNING WITH
MINIMUM USE OF SUGAR
Colunbia.--rits may be canned
rithout sugar for iext wintor's use.
This will be good no'ws to many
ousowives who are handicapped in
heir canning operations by the limit
hat the Food Administration has
ound it necessary to put on the
,mount of sugar that can be purchax.
d for cauning and preserving.
A bulletin has been issued by the
Jnited States Department of Agricul.
tire which tells how to put up fruits
vithoiut sugar. Copies of this bulletin
nay be had by writing the Depart.
nent at W\athington. Ask for Bulle.
.it No. 839. Full instructions will be
'ound on page 15.
Other bulletins issued by the Do
)artnent of Agriculture give instruc
ions for maxinum canning with mini.
num sugar. Home canners should
vrite the Dopartment for Bulletins
sos. 859, 853. 900, and 984.
Piles Cured lin 6 to 14 Days
)rurihts refund money if PAZO OINTMENT falls
o curo Itching. itnl. Bleeding or Protrudlug Piles.
stn ieves Itching Piles and you con Aet
Cestfulale after the first application. Price e.
Lyour Vall Shoes, andi
U. A iJg S~: et 1. 1
r flDy Cai it ik d \~t: r [win
, grey and tan, $7 .50,
img bhoes, $5.00, SG.t0
b )ys and( girls, $4 .00 to
hi Idreni, $2.50 t o 4. (0.
$7.50, $8.50 to $3 0i.00
D, $1.00, $5.00) and 56.00
St.00. $2.00 to $'i.f50 N d.
dierwear early. Those
more anid posibly nlot
, let us get up your sup
r and see if you do
nd saleias alway s
3AVINGSST A MPS