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Gal Mask Day.
Uy appointment of Governor Man
-I11, Saturday, November 9th will be
c(ooived as Gas Mask Day iI South
Carolina. :In his proclanma.tlon the
Coverrior calls attention to the gov
<rannent's great noed for materials
which produce carbon for gas masks
,id urges the people of the State to
colAlect 'the nut shells and fruit stones
fz, which the government is asking.
Illow many boys and girls in -Lau
rims county will spend Saturday col
licting 'hickory nut and walnut shells
rd pzach ,tones for the government?
Mcvi many parents will keep the mat
I'' n in11d and give at least a part
-) their day to this most important
wverk? German gas Is as bad, if not
wornse than German bulletts; so Gas
aak fay is a day to be observed to
the linitt. Remember that the peach
'es -must be wahed and dried be
'or: brennh't. to the Red Cross. Mr.
.3. C. '.hll or Mr. It. Fleming Jones,
cf the Ried Cross Conservation Com
mlitee, will take charge of nul shells
cun'! f;Init stones and tiuirn them over
t) the lied Cross.
T'e Boxesl Iine Come.
The boxe3(M ordered by the lled Cross,
in whirh Chr!st mas packages are to
be ?"Piet to soldier;; in Franee, hamve
('n h. They have been placed Iln the
I !nc.Eervic:e rooam; of the led Cross,
. I*.-icreaiu Natio.al 1ank, and
%Ill heo 6%en out to .1ose wvho bring
the Whbels iss:ned by the government
lo th' sold'''rs !in Frane. Some of
thvenh'labels are alr eady being receiv
til ;I town. The led Cross his ap
pointml a committee, memii bers; of
V-1hih w!! be on duty every day frmi
1in:. to l e, lfrlst to give out tle boxes
and1. then t) ilSpect antd mall thei
w hn they arc ret urned. aI Ickages
rnu ii:illed by the 20th of Novem
.:e Cross foni:rete
'The 'Amerlean Red Cross has ex
std itn; vynpathly wlih and desire
for tile succCts of the United War
W*ori: ' Campaign by passing the fot
low*a;' rc.-en'nlo) at. a imeeting" held
in Ww'hlngon a few (lays ago:
".\t the Amerlean lied Cross War
Camcl mileeIng today the followin';
ct'ial mni1t esAv were adopied: 'The
War Council of the Anmrican led
Cro n urgen t1e tmost. cooperation
froi. Chtlers and members through
ow Ihe country with the Unilcd Wiar
N', 1, 'a'l'a':,i duin -V thlie vH''eek of
.NovnmlIber 11 to 18 whilh I.lI to be held
i11 muppot of the sexC:. recreational
organization. endorvFCd by the Nation
are of inestimable import ane and ev
cry 'Anale can citiz.en shoul su pport
Their campaign generiusly, whole
Ini the Snrgical I irei-ng Dc partimni
'The allotment of enair':em': dr igs
for' Octobe r, :ki8I spit irurigatIion pads,
w:; ship;'ed tinrday. .\nu'er:r. order
for 1 ,500 iufluenz~a mark~s was
al so l Illed and many mtaks iv 're rmde
for' ne ini Laure o'is. Th'is lai. a wondier
fu ltow;i ng for the urg:ic Il drse.4'ing
F~or lRe fumgOs.
Th rete hnundred p airis of onlIing draw
era for refugee children wvere shIpped
01) Monday. The mnending of the three
thom .asand ga rments sent from Cam p
Sevier' is lirogressing well.
in JTune 1917 abiout eighteen men
and wVomein sailed as t he first Ameri-.
can lle'd Cross Comnmission to France.
-l~tiore .;aintary 1918it tie Ied Ctross
wrill have- five thousand worke rs in
F~or M[enu. Maimed In lit tle.
Theb Amnerlean n Ied Crs h"as 'n est ab
l ishedl un InstItute where men crip
pht i in hattle wvilt be trained to do)
w'orkc wh leh wvill cii bIe t hem to he
'ITihe Uniteid War Wotrk (Camipnigin.
TIhe man in khaki or blue Is foire
most In the Interest of Americans to
day. For hiis equ1 iment, hiIs flitness to
win the war', lis health and his comn
fort, we are illinmg to) give Inviably,
and will continue to do so till that
man In khalfi or blue returns a victor
to fathler, imothler, wvife or sweet heart.
Moreii thani two mlill ion soldierso anmd
i ors are In1 active service "'over'
Ihe're,"' andi as many motre are in t rain
ing. We wIll take care of all or themi.
But howy about t hatI "othIemr a rmiy
Sthoise womten a nd g Irl's whio, heraiuse
them man has gone to war, must do a
inan 's work ini places of great r'e'lion
tulbi lit y and)1 hazarid?. Illow well is shue
bing cared for? The war lias vitally
chaniged lier life. She 1a workinug un..i
der)1 condhitions of great st rain) to bothi
bod~y and mInd. She meest be at lheu'
hent to back the man at the fr'ont. She,
a well as the man in uniform, needs
protection, good cheer, good heaolth
nirac vital lIv or :.ni rt. Americn must
not lose military cficiency through
neglect of its army of women work
ra as did Ingland and France in the
carly years of the war. Women -arc
today indispensable to military sue
cess, and we itust inclu(e the wouen
worker in all our national war calcu
To help our inca in khaki and blue
to be the best type of soldier %nd
sailor, and to care for that girl who
makes his clothing, his gas masks and
his munitions, and those girls in oth
er activities Imposed by the war, sev
en different organizations doing dis
tinct war work, at the request of Pres
ident Wilson have combined in what
is known as the United War Work
Campaign to be conducted Novenber
11-18. The organizations uniting are
the Young Alen's Christiani Associa
tion, Young Women's Chr!stian Asso
ciation, .Jowish Welfare flard, Nation
al Catholic \Var Council, Watr Camp
Commluit y Service, ")Alvation Army
and1 American Lllbrtry Aisociation.
The sum to be raised is $170,500,000.
'('his i. a big lot of money, but not too
ig when it is for the comfort and well
b:einNg of our sold'rs; a1d the girls
bd those soldi era.
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MA.US NEWS, e14
Dials, Nov. 4.-Saturday night.
25, the dea th angl ent:'red the heme
of Mir. and Mr.s. W. C. BrownlIe :
bore to iel eternal lom th iri of
their illn c d heia a ie h
11i one ald ol!y hen si a f..nr d'"w
wiTh1 tonls!l.ii v.':vrYti,.ng timt loving-1
hnlids and a faith ful phi cian Could
(o being done, blt to 0 a)vail.
ittle Kathar ine was only -ix years
old, and was eagerly looking forward
to her first day at school. She wa of
a sweet and loving dlisposition giving
promise of a beautiI full life.
Sunday afternoon at -I o'clock the
little body was laid away under a
moun1d literally Co)_Vered V.!! i'ewerVs.,
vice wvre e-mdicted by tle lRev. ('. fl.
ilarley. T'he 5:ym :i h of thev ilire
commu nity are with the bercaved par
Mrs. l. W. Drooks and little daugh
ter, Sarah Boll, r pent ;everal day:;
lat week with .\lrs. 0. P. ltop: and
family, of Cray Court.
Alts. Gilrenth, of Greenville, in on all
exteided visit to her sister, .lv.;. \V.
.\l rs. Alex . M.'all, Mr. 'irle:- Me
Call,.\MlI" .\lat il 11iilmnlons an.11 ilti je 11.
Y.Shma J,.r., al.r.Li!eOw
receni visitors inl Columbia, where they
Went to see 'Privats Johlm Siimlmons
a.Id 1. .\. winrgs, l:efre their depart
ure for some emba ilrmikation port.
Prof. C. F. U3rooks, who ha:; bwel
a! It home with his mother'm duiring Ct l
qutiaraitine, ias returned to Bamberg,
wher e he .ill resiiume hisl dulties in the
Carlisle Vittiig helloo!.
'hb s1' chlooi -t this p1lace op ene'd1 up
\inday n~orin g, 'Nov. .ithi, w th e'~.
lremire of a1 ul os t aucces:fil term. Thei,
in~gl, pr linCi l n~il .\ lis l'aiieeine Curryi'
will1 have the p rimy depatrtmenicot.
These young l:ll>'A have had~ several
:earis' e\:c''.rb"ce in teacing ml er.
anP.1 ~atrions feel sur thlbat nothling will
be l efztilundone iowa rds miak injg the
term) thle brighltest In thbe is:tory of lthe
QI'EEN .\ilix \N~iI.\
Nole Wlomen of Englnd Shmown ia
it is not1 oiteni tha I t a moti olln!C pictur
IPoldiier e nnl (nl to hie; aid the 4er.
vices; of a onee andl! I i wVomen( of the I
most exeluiiav( noility of i':glandl. lit
D~avid -WVark Grniflth producer of tile
famous "ir thi of a Nat ion,"' "iltohlem
ane'" and "lienarts of tihe Worid,'" has
succeeded iin accom~diahing this inl
"'Tie Gr eat Love,"' hiis first phbot opday
for Artecraft wichet will be showni at
iln thluis iphloiplay, Queien Alex amiria
LEMONS MAKE SKIN
WHITE, SOFT, CLEA R
Makide this lienauly lotion)1 fo' a few
('enIls an~d s(ee for youril(if,
Whbat girl or woman hasn't benrd of
lemon juiice to remlove comllion~ (1
bleiilshe! to whliten the skin aind to
bring ou (it thle roses, thle freshness5 anld
tile hidden~ beauty t41t lemion Juice
alione is acid(, therefore irillating, ami1(
shioiild he mllixedl withi orchardli wite I
tile jleI of two fresh I(emo1a ns int a
oif orCharid whiit e, thiein shiak' e ijel ami
you ha~ve' a whole riuHar i it ( il sin l
andl coimplexionl lottin at ali ut the
('ost one usl~lnly lpays for ai maIill'
of ord InaSry cold Iir Iam0. P suri e to
strain thle lemon jl Ic 51 pulp gets
111to the1 b ot tie t heln 11 is lion1 will re
main 1pu11e and fr'es for mtonthus.
Whlen a ppl ied daily t t he face, neck,
armsl' an d hand1(1 it Phoull hlp to
blenchi, clear', sm~oothenl andl~ bealut ify
Ally dru'lggist w'ill supplily ilhreeC onnel
es of orchard white at very little cost
and many titled ladieS11 arC seen en
gaged at their varloits dutie-: in his
pitals and onl their. estates-nonie.
scrubbing, .,ome m11lopping Iloors, oth
crs engaged in attending convalencentl
soldicer while otiors do uncial work,
but which they (10 not doom degrading,
because it is necessary for theam to do
their bit in order thta( the catse of
world democracy may triinmph.
This is a remarkable photoplay and
Mlanager G. W. Tyler i.; preparin;m to
handle record--breaking crowds at the
premiRier of "The Great Love" at hI.
The (quarterly meeting of the ili
division of the v. .l. I. auxiliary to
the iaureins association, wil conve"'
with Lingston church, Nov. 16-17, M:l
Satartaiy Monyu imeg.
10:00-Devotionial. Mr.a. S. J. J j
S onIg . Greeta1gs. Respqonsev, Pray1c-r.
Roll 'Call-)elegates to anvwer w
report of work (lonie irt <:iarr.
leirst TopiC--The SpiraIttal :ed :
our N. 31. Societio;. 1ars. -I
Cox, A'rs. John lunter, .\lys. lalph
Appointment of committees.
Offering. I lunch h our.
:30-Sonig. Devotional, .\in .,:1
ComI Topie --Chri:;t iIn you. .!r:-. C.
C. Iiopkins, M1vs. .1. 1. col , :.i
Arthur. Robert. ^
.\!::elanens R ports ofc m i-e
Sn1dhy 'd f.rling'
10I: fimy ... hoolr1,
1: 'W -Sa':vopleona1.
I I: 00(--A.lxerch;e by Y'. W. . an' %! ;.
I :XO-Add res.
.\I rS. v. W. Yeargin, Pro:.
.\lr-. L. R. 1roks, Secretary.
S Ml 'NIES, s I
"I suffered for yearas with io -(
Iroutble anRd gas continually. DJ)-Mor
thought I ha-d t:to1nach ufler.; nIr n
cer. Ater lait attac(k te av
ing to Rocteri. a .\1 ., for 111
l ion. A friond id vi[ed t y .. '
Wonderfit Rvitm dy, wich i:'1 0
T cannot sin~g i p~ra .; too !.:I -.
as I en ow ).allthing -n y
hng" It is . im ;!!-". a m o. -
paration that remtoves the c:-:..
muC1li us om ihe intf'ns in' t r:O
allays tho infl1ann))at !in v:.".e.
practically all stomach, 1;%er a~
testinal ailmnis, iTetdi ' pp
eltis. Onec dose will conlvinCe C:-!,w
refunded. IL*a urtens D1ruI Co.
ni i is IIw ownedaa by~ ,J. P.
nu *io ::ul the Minilaof Io
be Ikept oft thle mar~ ket ut
on biblIings. 'IThis ii fine( er
\\ ~'e av nioi hur (;0uhnei
I-;th~ieI 01far11 wnate Iohlit
Sale Rain or Sh
t hebene itso t h i r ; lal
. h I 1'al '1. ; Im N i T R. Y i R 0 l I.
Th'Iey hav publ :int on l ia
G. D. Gd RLEY. N~
WINT ER FURNIS HINGS
Do not wait until cold weather comes to get Winter
outfits. Besides having the satisfaction of being prepared,
it is well to select goods now, while the stocks are com
plete. Our showing of mrchandise is complete in every
detail, and we invite a careful selection before buying.
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