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Dr. T. L. Timmerman
Laurens, South Carolina
Ofoe in Peoples Bank Building.
I. 3. DIAL A. 0. TODD
DIAL & TODD
Attorneys at Law
Eterprise Bank BuNdilags,
Laureas, I. 0,
PRACTICE IN ALL COURTs
Long Time Loans Negotiated.
c era and Embalmer
Vifis aswered any hour day or night.
SimpsonCooper & Babb
Attorneys at Law.
11 Pract"ce in all State Courts
freitN Aitention Given All Busines.
The Quinine That Does .Not Affect the Riend
Because of Its tonic and laxative effect. T.AXA
TIRI t IROMO QUlNlN3isbetter than ordinaY
Quinine and does not cause nervousness not
ringing In head. Remember the full namue and
ook for the signature of E. W. GROVE. 30c.
Blackwell & Sullivan
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
ftemipt attention given to all Itusinesa
Koney to loan on Real Estate
-C. Phone ' Residence Phone Ot
oflfr -nons Buildinr
PROPERTY INSURED $2,5OOOOO.
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 insurane4
company in existence.
Remember we are prepared to prov4
to you that ours is the safest an(
cheapest plan of insurance known.
Qur association is now licensed t4
write insurance in the counties of Ab
beville, Greenwood, McCormick, Lau
rens and Edgefield.
The oieers are:
GEN. J. FRASER LYON. President,
Columbia, S. (
J. R. BLA HE, Gen. Agt., ,ecy. & TreaF
Greenwood, S. (
A. 0. Grast .. .. ..Mt. Carnel, S. (
J. M. Gambrell .. ..Abbeville, S. C
Jno. H. Childs ......Bradley, S. C
A. W. Youngblood .. ..Hodges, S. C
J. N. Chamberlain..McCormick, S. C
R. H. Nicholson .. .. E dgefield, S.
. L. Timmerman, Pleasant Lane, S. (
J. C. Martin ........Princeton, S.
W. H. Wharton .. .....Waterloo, S.(
J. B. BLaKE, Gent. Ag
Greenwood, 8. C.
s. s. Featherstone W'. B. Enig]
FEATHiERSTO)NE A KNIGHT
Attorneys at Law
Laurens, S. C.
All Busin 'as lntrusted to Our Cai
Will Have P'rompt and Careful Attei
Ofilce over Palumetto Bank
t'ur. Featherstone will spend Wedne
day of each week in Laurens.)
Terracing :: Levelin
Gray Court, S. C.
CLYDE T. FRANK
NO S9PEJ SI
ALSO IiF ARM
List Your Farms Wit
Me For Sale
Farmers! See Me a
HOME SERYICIE HAS
Do Your Duty by Helping In Your .
The Home Service department of the
Red Cross has never been busier -than ti
at present and expects to remain 5s
for some time to come. In order to in- U
press the need of Home Service upon'
.our people the Red Cross has issued
this statement, which is at the same t
time an appeal -to all who are truly a- e
triotic. We reprint it from the At
Our soldiers, freed from the pros- r
pect of service overseas, are st~ll to
spend 'weary months in camp. ii the
depressing waiting they will lose heart
more easily than before when things
go wrong at hdme. Red Crohs Home
Service to their families must continue
-we are pledged it shall-ab long as
families are deprived of the support
of the soldiers' presence.
, Our task is peculiarly heavy ber
cause of the large rural districts our
chapters cover. The worried soldier
with a letter telling of sickness or
trouble at home must often twait days
until a Home Service worker can make
a visit to a distant place, and (write
back that medical or other relief has
been given. Bad weather conditions
will soon make almost impassable
roads in many places.
We want to make plain to all people
the opportunity Red Cross provides
for kind neighborly interets in sol
diers' families; how every patriotic
person can be a link in the chair of
service we give our enlisted men. A
distress call may come to your Home
Service worker at any time in refer
ence to a soldier's family who live
near you. You can become an active
instead of an admiring member of this
department of Red Cross. Telephone
or write your Red Cross chapter that
you are willing to visit a soldier's
family at once if need arises in your
immediate neighborhood. If your chap
ter has no Home Service find out why
not, and get together to help you push
the inquiry until your community
takes its proper part in the pledge that
the soldier's family shall not suffer
during his absence. Inform yourself
too as to what benefits Home Service
can help secure the returning, espec
tally the wounded roldier. The army
depends cni Home Service to instruct
returning men about keeping up in
surance, compensation, re-education
and fitting back into industry.
The 'Laurens Home Service depart
ment has its offices in the Chamber
of Commerce -.oms, over the Laurens
National Bank, where Miss Sadie Sulli
van, the Honi. Service Secretary will
give every attertirn to the needs of the
soldiers or th'ir families.
Home Service Institute to be Held In
Mr. Joseph C. Logan, Director of Ci
vilian Relief, Southern Division
American Red Cross, announces the
opening of a lome Service Institute
in Atlanta on January 13th, 1919. The
course covers six weeks of lecture and
This is the ninth of these training
classes conducted by the Southern D)i
vision for young nyomen who wish to
qualify for segretarial positions with
tthe Home Service of the Red Cross.
Armistice conditions have quicken
ed rather than lessened interest in
eHome Service work, and the flood of
*inqiuiries from retur'ning soldiers who
seek aid in legal, health, and finan
cial problems upon their return to
'the local Home Service sections, has
awakened Red Cross wvorkers every
where to the need for trained wvork.
ers. On one trip recently made by a
Home Eiarvice supervisor for th(
Southern Division, ten out of thirtecen
small cities visited wvere ready to em
gploy a trained worker; andl the dec
mand~ has always exceeded the sui)
The Institute will he conducted by
Miss Edith Thompson, with 3Mis1
11elen Cinnamnond acting as genera
-- supervisor of field work. .Miss Cinna
mOndl, wvho is IDirector of the ureal
S of Education of the Southern Diivisior
Is receiving applications for adlmis
sion to the Institute. 'She may be ad
dressed, for further information, car
of D~epartmient of Civilian Relief, 31
11ealey Building, Atlanta, Gla.
Yes I Everybody
Takes Cascar ts
Only ce Harmless
ca for sluggish
ver and bowels
h ci~ buur! Cheer up! TFake C
the bols andl stop) headaches, b
lousness, bad broath, coated tongi
saliowness, sour stomach andi gast
tTonight take Cascarots 'and enjoy t
nicest, gentlest liver and bow
cleansing you ever exp~erienced. Wa
up feeling grand-El'verybody's doi1
it. Casearets 'best laxative for chi
Kdren. They gladly take this plea
K at candy cathartic because it nov
gripes or. sickerns likennthne thingrs.
JONES 1EWS. *
Jones, Jan. 4.-We are indebted to
ir friend, Mrs. Purman Martin for a
,emendous Nancy Hall potato.
Our cousin, Dr. Barney Smith, of
illon, formerly of Brewerton, paid us
i appreciative visit during the holi
%ys. His many friends will be glad
i learn he is in excellent health and
joying a lucrative practice in the
rogressive city of Dillon.
-Mrs. Earle M. Caine and Mr. Frank
. Jones dined with their cousin, Mrs.
en Franklin, at Cokesbury, Tuesday
f last week.
Spanish Influenza is again very pre
alent with us.
W. T. Jones, 'Jr., principal of Buffa
graded school, and Master Howard
ones, Mrs. G. W. Jenkins and Mae
er Frank Jones, spent the holidays
eith their parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. T.
There are some farms to rent or
vork on shares here.
Mr. A. 'S. McKenzie has moved to
Mr. Frank P. Jones visited relatives
Lnd firends in Greenville and Wit
iamston last week.
We extend congratulations to Mr.
illy Cochran and Miss Lucile .Simp
on and Mr. Miller Richey and Miss
innie Godfrey, who were married
We recently met the following
riends, .1. W. Drake of Donalds, form
r teacher of our school; Jas. 'Ilender
ionl, of Branchville; J. B. NMedlock and
Pniglas Smith. of Greenville; 'Mr. Al
hert Rogers. of Bradley and J. Frank
Arderson,- of Waterloo.
We are indebted to our cousin, Mr.
Wilnot Smith, of Greenville, for a
barrel of choice apples.
We wish the editors, lirinters, cor
respondents and readers of The Ad
vertiser a prosperous and happy 1919.
GIRLS? HAVE A MASS
OF BEAUTIFUL HAIR,
SOFT, GLOSSY, WAVY
A small bottle destroys dandruff and
doubles beauty of your hair.
Within ten minutes after an appli
cation of Dand ine you can not nd
a single trace f dandruff or ling
hair and your alp will no ch, but
what will plea you m ill be af
ter a few we s' use hen you see
new hair, fine and ny at first-yes
-but really ew r-growing all ov
er the seal .
A little a erine immediately dou
bles the ty of your hair. No dif
ference i w dull, faded, brittle and
scraggy, just moisten a cloth with
Danderine and carefully draw It
through your hair, taking one small
strand at a time. The effect is amaz
ing-your hair swill be light, fluffy and
wavy, and have an appearance of
abundance; an incomparable lustre,
sofiness and luxuriance.
Get a small bottle of Knowlton's
Danderine from any drug store or
toilet ounter for a few cents and
prove that. your hair is as pretty and
soft as any-that it has been neglect
ed or injured by careless treatment
that's all-you surely can have beau
tiful hair and lots of it if you will just
try a little D~anderlne.
* WATTS MILLS NEWS. *
'Watts Mills, Jan. 6.-We gladly wel
come into our midst the new pastors,
Rev. H. Haddock and Rev. Mir. John
son. and wish them much success du-r
ing the coming 'year. Rev. 'Mr. John.
son, 'filled his appointment here or
Sunday morning, andl Rev. Mir. IIadock~
preached here for us Sunday night;
andl he preached an excellent sermon
air. iladock will move his family her(
at an early date.
Our school openedi up last week wit!
We are glad to report not very muel
sickness in our communit'y at present
On Sunday morning our people me
and organized a union Sunday School
which we truly hope will work sue
cessfully. Nowv, let everybody comn
to Sunday school on Sunday mornin;
at 10 o'clock promptly.
Half Your Living
Without Money Cosi
We are nil at a danger'c point. 0:
the use of good common scens ~ein ou
1919 farm and gnrdeni operations, di
pondsl prosperity 01r our "'going broke.
Eveni at prceei, hi.hl pricesh no0 onc
can plant all og nearly oll ('otton, br'
food and,grai at prece:'t pri'ces
suipy muerch nt on credlit, ,' mual:
money. 1i0o< and grin i a- iigher- I
proportion Itan are seCnt cotto
It's a tin nhov nll others to plai
safe; to nda : !l p2:::!ble fooc
graini andl or. .n ciup.- !i r,; ' your ow
acres; to) e dIova t' .: 1 . r hill.
A good cioco of Aroun~
rightly planted, r!'ht'. -*hi,' a:
s kept planted the y'g cr ol, canl 1.
mi made to furish;l jcmly ha ,:1 your' 11
1- ing. It will pacvo .mu mo 110m moni'
, than~ you made oni thu best twV.)
1. three acres of cotton yo't ever graw
me Jlasting~s' 1919 Seed hook tells a
el ahout the right kind of a money ea
ke ing gardeni and theo vegetables to pm
ig in it. It tells about the farm crops
i- well and shown you the.clear' road 1
- real and regular farm prosmperity. it
er Free'. Sond( for it today to H.
Hum imaQ en.. Atlantn. Ga.-Advt.
My life's work has t
to the improvement
Crops and Soils.
F. S. ROYSTER (
Norfolk, Va. Baltimore, Md. To
Charlotte, N. C. Columbia, S. 4
Atlanta, Ga. Macon, Ga.
W ells Cl
I beg to announce to the frie1
Clardy & Wilson that I hav<
holdings of Mr. Earl Wilson in
Stores. I shall, from this day,
I also wish to thank the riend
dy & Wilson for thi past
them of my best efforts toi
store's new mana
I expect to maintain the same
quality, best service and fair y
Make this store your favorite
be glad to see you and to serv
Dry Goods, rU 1
Notions and Y il
Wear "A GOOD PLACE
ledo, 0. Tarboro, N. C.
'. Spartanburg, S. C.
a r d y's
rids and customers of
a purchased the entire
the Clardy & Wilson
conduct this business as
s and customers of Clar
patronage, and assure
aleae'lisem under this
high standard of "best
shopping place. I will
s. C. .adGns
TO T RADE" Furnishings