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Dr. T. L. Timmerman
Laurens, South Carolina
office in Pooples Bank Building.
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Laurens, S. C.
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cheapest plin of inssulrance known.
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write inI-!iran1ce in tihe counties of Ah
Levilie, Greenwood, MeCormick, Las
luls 1n11d Edgefleldml.
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GreennSod, S. C.
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Attorneys at Law
Laurens. S. C..
Havli.e I'romnpt and1 Caireful Atten.
'1?tjee over I'ailmetto flank
-IFeather'stonie wvill spend Wednea
'v: ot' mach week in' Laurens.)
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Terracing :: Leveling
Gray Court, S. C .
CLYDE T. FRANKS
ALSO FEW VARMS
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KAISEI SAWS WOOD
.NID SAYS NOTH]ING
Williain Hlohenzollern 8Said to bie
Keeping lutch Castle's Fires .Burn.
Ailieloligen, Jan. 22.-Sawing wood
coltinies to be the chile ocei ) itotin
of tihe former Gernian eiperior* who 1
peid several hours each iorning
and afternloon withinl the cas tle
grounds wol-kinig hard 1while several
1ineni seivani ts respectfully hand hini
logs and then[ pile the short sticks in
ieaps for use later in the furnaces of
TIle shortage of coal Jn Holland
coipels the burning of wood, plentiful
supplies of which are obtainable from
the siirrounding estate. Williai hl
henzollern works so well that lie is
able to filrnish the entire consuluption
of the castle fires. The former em
peror scuvrcely ever* 8)eaks to his at
tendatits while lie is at Work.
The two niloats which encircle the
Castle are covered witi ice sifliciently
thick to bear skaters. The villager's,
however, have been given to iinder
stadll tle aceustonted pernission to
skate in the loats can not be accorded
while the forimer eniperor is in the
Thben.e ar, vail ts rports inl vilti a
otin (ccrnig tle allgeid intentiotn
ot' the forimer alrita empress to re
tiin to l'ot .,dai. These are based (In
the expressed (esi te of tile m('itmlan
einpress to end her days at l'otsdai,
wItich she regards as her hortie. Tie.
fornier ipress. it. is said, has Ito in
Sention of leav'ing her husband in IIol
land. Cotnnitnieation bet weei the
fotnier etit press and(] her hildren aid
.randchildren is falr'y frequcnit by
itletr and telegram, but no suggestIon
has ariseni to her joltiing t hem in Ger
lFor' severaI 'Weeks nothing has biei
heard froin tile fornier erown pi rinc,
wIto reniains vii rually alone in his
honie ott Ile island of \ViercengeII.
Several iore iiilbers of Ile tor'iii
(r ii peror's suite a're 0 albout t to leave
for th'rmanv, weri as state ser-vantis.
they Ilay place tieliselves at the dis
PosalI of the govern'int or forfeit
ilii riglt to pensIons. iieutenant
Genieral von Estorff, whose wife is ani
AnmelrienIn, will con tinuite to devote
hinself to Ile If'ortner emperior. The
generaI has resigneh his raik in tle
TELLS WHAT CURED
HIS WIFE'S NERVES
"Shil Wonl Iil All .\ijghi Long. $11jIt
"-l . 3 .' i. a.% y ul N .\ols
11114 Amke Heurdun, Dro
I Wht. : 4 11~ k I i p\ ' . i
ulfem -o-o fro
4:-I (. S 4141 \iii
n sif- was inl terrible n I . y Fo.
tic i'oitugai''es y an d e ie er'
has al panihi wlte out.~ any ;ti, Any~
shden inoitse tou take hg junlit'bp.l
11)01Serlifrend tuv'ioed d st to trye
Cii'co wall 1ok hme t resand I has
of trlieday Suct he v,'ryi ,tt. towb
hes nrvest arvustay at taks seever
Iha51s a in in her baiki tylre ie 01ut
he lis gite l et tk 50 (otiiero ol
just to. seak. sure."i elarettoh
lst wonsen ledo sa onlned, teso
notoot'g til lifturroed (dilt o ther
four1 wtals of, hoisne~t4 te o lreae.ar
easy1. prey to nero ltttacks tile ep
Ioter ligtsIerailmerof wo collnto stio
a.he i e Dre1)1o It delaredl ito ble
just~ whautI lssch4 nervousol, epressed
energy and 14to lift l th1ejn ou t o thir
44lue'Ien to1 uhe dl'eJlinte lisuesrt
14'ior li(erally. 111 an 4.ms :444
broni" 111 4~i.1 rh114-umaIliIIn \V l4'l
1 u14- 114.1:a ill' n'Ial J4 ower,14. and i-~
b\oilx alt 4iilOtic and114 ly.in on the
whih 11( bdy .. drah to thrst.:hiou1(
r:::('tli't(1' at o12411' iX. Mr. aol
M 's :Valkt hae thdayliha ihy (If ii
ath.~s Mure, dmnl) er e Ao. mll ats
\.Al. \\aker. \its In\'alker il soft
he upaain.atrafwdy.o nh
able (bar11' r 0(w h~e wscoal nooke
S.ty M.e&nFtery at lurenS& Alr.a
DI GREAT WORIK
Genenil Heavey Praises litliti Per
formanlce. 14y1 (et supplies.
Washington,'. Jan. 23.-Alrig. Genl.
John W. Ileavey, acting chief of the
militia bureau, recommended to the
house mIlItary affairs committee today
t,lait arider be included In the army
appropriation bill authorizing the see
retary of war to turn over to the Na
tional Gulard from the surplus sup
plies of the regular army equipment
valted at $135,000,000.
General Ileavey said the general
,staff was in favor of transferring the
supplies, but was without authority.
lie urged that the National Guard
be maintained In the same formu as It
was befor! the UnIted States entered
the war and that the increases in Its
strength authorized by the act of
June 3. 11116, he carried out.
'The value to the country during
the war of the National Guardsmen
caln not be Over estimated," he vaid.
"At fihe time men were needed most
the National Guard provided a retee
of ;;1;7,000 men and 12,123 ompers. They
havce dlone magniiclent work, coip-11
Ing most favorably with the forces of
any Cdiher nation. 'The ellleiency %,f
the oflicers 'was proven by the fact
that of the entire ntmber only :-52
were di is charged for inefliciency.
"The militia bureal strongly ad
vocates universal military training but
henleves it shloulil Ie carried ot in1
connection withI the National
'I I0 act of .1 ore 1. 1916, provded
for 16 divisions of it total st eligli
of -100,861, (eieral Iteavey sa 1li.
because of the war the termS Of tl'
act were not carried out.
A U(001) FHRIENI).
A gJood friield stands by you %\' Inn
it lived. l.aurenis people tell how
noas l' iiniev Pils have stood the
test. Mrs. 1'. 0. Iliers of ,aurens. en
dlor3ed I oan's three ye'rs ago an11
;;L1ain confimIls the story. Couid you
a;.k for inore convincing test.imliony , V
"I have had v.ea k kidneys ever ;im-Ie
I 41' n rem3tember. says AiM .I'iirs
"Aboitt a .vear ago I wias iretty tad
<ft and could hardly get out. (1t hed I
ii I he Iorii ug. When I Rimved ihe
pain would shoot 1ip from the small
of my' bakii and moy kidneys 11dn't net
as they should. I had a dull ache in
he b1ack0 of iiy head and was troubled
with black Specks floaling before my
eyes. One of tlie family used Joan's
liidnevy Pills with blenelit so I got a
box. I felt better from the first and in
a short t1ime I was com11pletely Cured."
(sttomenit given November 21, 191).
Oil Mltarhel 26, 1918 Mrs. I iers said:
"I have iust as 1ntell faith inl Doan's
Kidney l'is no3w as when I gave my
previouls enldorselinln. I have1't had
to u(se a kidney r(medy for some tilm!
and advise anyone sufferilg from kid
34Y (')11omla int to ghiV Doani's a trial."
i'. t :11 del'1er . I''o:Ier-.\tilburn
('o.. .\lfgrs., llifalo, N. '.
-* . . . . .
* 1.ll1l)-N N -:W S.
h.hlen, .!anui. 7.- -wing to lte Ir
v1i1 inluenza, 11he crowl at Newi'
'rospect vws small Silay. Ilowever,
we care glad toi report 3that tihe 3fund4
for sujfferers' in Armnija has( reach~led a
toital of $90, wvith several miembt-~s yet
n1ot lpaid. W~e 3trust311( th tall communiiji
ies will not fail to eont ribiute to this
most wvorhy 'atuse.
A rmen ia, lhe crmadle of Clhristilanity.
TJh rough the IDa rk Ages "they kept thle
failth onice del ivered to thle salints'" Let
no4t (Chiristian A merien fa il her' In her
dirme an3(1d dreadful need.
Mr is. .\oll114 Teaigue spen3it last wveek
with her ileces, .1(5e(dames l~mmua 1and
Mile lFinley and Cleo Wolford4,-and1( -her
kin sma n, .1. IU. FinlIcy.
An 1infant 1314 (hid of \l. and( Mr's.
IIiieks .\lari 1011was buried4 at Prospect'4'
((!metery 51atu3rday. We sympath3ize
wvith the youthful 3'arenlts in the dea'1th
(if their3 first bornl.
Miss (ta lie Madden,. of (Greeniville,
8mn d34town Suntdarv for a13 isit 3(1 her
moi~thler beforj enitering s'lhool 1at
33113 'd hume Tuesday'3i~l a hfter hiai
ben wa10 tdays~ (4n 3(eount3 of ill
31(s (of \Ilr. .\oore and14 hUttl Orrahi. We
are3 al! Ph that t1133hey are4 now'. 5(3 33(ar
\i:-. .!o Wuford oft i la r14 3 ilb-31. 53top
.3. A. W\offord, for3 1 f#'w ham n Sun day*.
.Ir. li'e is n1o'' (coi3' im- his new'.
"'go an d do l iewise"' in1 regard( to) the
(((I'n 3i(3nces lhe 1has put3 in hIs farm1
Miss5~ Ssra llrysont wasi; (1alled to the
home3, of her sister, Mr's. Williatm Jlyrd
last week. She 3s report~red munch bet
ltr, we areC glad to hear'.
T[he sIck of otur com131mity aro al
bette and 314 we hope aill will soon be
upt and( out aigalin.
No Worms~ in a lieithy Child
All chuildren troiubled wIth wormia havo 31n un-1
healthy color, whieh lLdienites5 poo4r bilood, and14 naS a
rule, there Ia miore or less stomc htistrbalncc.
GROVIE'S TASTELESS chill 'TONIC i;lveni regltarly
for two or threo weeks wIll crndh theo l ood, Im
provu tho dIgestIon, nadl~ net na311 (31nral Gr te gthi
enin~g TonIc to th34 whole syntoml. Nitumro will I lien
throw off or dIspel thie worms, anrd t he ChIld will lie
In Derfect health. Plenant to take. non northanlo.
The po'icy of the Ford Motor Company to sell
its cars for the lowest possible price, consistent
with dependable quality, is too well known to re
quire comment- Therefore, because of present
conditions, there can e no change in the prices
on Ford cars.
Runabout . j. .o . $50
Touring Car . ... .
Coupe . . . . . . 650
Sedan . . . . . . 775
Truck Chassis . . . 550
These prices F. 0. B. Detroit.
Waldrop' s Garage
Laurens, - South Carolina
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