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Lu ia n i Is after usn ile ir
coffe. Iof cain accordig
to .Iirrtiois. You aro nsot
e atlifi d Iro ter respect
your grocior WIll1 rofuna
tie 11110110 you paid for It.
Luzianne is a clean
coffee. It is not touch
ed by hand From-i the
time it is first receiv
ed in New Orleans
untilyou serve it on.,
your table. == =y'I I Oit) 'I:
The Reily-Taylor Company
Mr. Marion Holcomb, of Nancy, Ky., says: "For quite
a long while I suffered with stomach trouble. I would
have pains and a heavy feeling after my meals, a most
disagreeable taste in my mouth. If I ate anything with
butter, oil or grease, I would spit it up. I beryan to have
regular sick headache. I had used pills and tablets, but
after a course of these, I would be constipated. It just
seemed to tear my stomach all up. I found they were
no good at all for my trouble. I heard
recommended very highly, so began to use it. It cured
me. I keep it in the house all the time. It is the best
liver medicine made. I do not have sick headache or
stomach trouble any more." Black-Draught acts on
the jaded liver and helps it to do its important work of
throwing out waste materials and poisons from the sys
temn. This medicine should be in every household for
use in time of need. Get a package today. If you feet
sluggish, take a dose tonight. You will feel fresh to
morrow. Price 25c a package. All druggists.
ONE CENT A DOSE o
In the world nat
urally has to have
a PaCkage WOrthy'
of Its contents.
In the sealed packaue that
keeps all of Ms goodness In,
.The Rlavor Lasts! o 2
Washington, Marsh 13-Sixty-six
American Army medical officers and
men have 'been decorated by 'the Brit
ish givernment for bravery and distin
guished service in the war, Surgeon
General Ireland Was advised today by
the British 'war office.
Major Emenuel Goldstein, of New
York city, and Capt. George P. O'Mal
ley, of Cleveland, were made houor
ary companions of the distinguished
service order, and 49 captains and first
lieutenants were awarded the military
cross The distinguished conduct med
al and military medal of Great Britain
was conferred upon 15 ellisted m)ten.
'iTe officers awarded the m iitary
(ross inelude Liilts. Ioisi V. Deprez,
.\leilplis, Tenii., Roy A. Douglass,
A. Naslville, Tenn.; Iawrence ]I. F'ar
ier, Mobile, Ala.: Roy G..Giies, llelton,
Texas; Allen G. I leard, Galveston, Tex
a;1 William G. Alilliolland, New
Orleans; Daniels .1. M urphy, New Or
Ieans; Ndward L. Patterson, 11arnwell,
'. ('. Angus -I. Smith, Greenville, Fla.;
Fred Oscar Sitonle, Maynordvil IQ, Tenn.;
and1ll toy L. Vineyard, Amarillo, Texas.
The bar to lie milit ary cross was a
warded to three lieltenants, one of
wom1 is 1,awrence 11. Farrier, of 'o-.
1Enlisted m1enl receiving the distin
uishod conduet medals included James
N. Faison, 11 8th Infantry.
Men receiv1ing the military medal
ineluded William 11. Coble, a-mbuilance
com1pany, 118; William J. Evans, Dil
Ion, S. C. Edward D. Jones, ambulance
company 118; William Franklin Jones
Abbeville, S. C.; Hermnan W. Kenner,
aibulence conany 118; Charles B.
Logan, headquarters 105th sanitary
train; Donald Mackey, 102nd sanitary
train; Harold P. Malley, sanitary de
tachment 107th Infantry; Usher Man
helim, 102nd sanitary train; 'Clyde 10.
Parazine, field hospital No. 118; Cecil
Trammel, aml)ulcnce cOmpany 118.
Most of tile units mentioned are
parts of the 30th Division.
GIRLS! THICKEN AND
BEAUTIFY YOUR HAIR
AND STOP DANDRUFF
Try this! Your hair gets wiavy, glossy
And almudan4111t at (Once.
'o be possessed of a head of heavy,
bellitiful1 hal r ; soft, lustrous, fluffy,
wavy and frve from (landruff is mere
1Y a miatter of using a little Dander
It is eay and Inexpensive to have
nice, soft hair and lots of it. .Just get
a silull bottl of Inowlton's Danderine
now for a few nts-all drug stores
recontimend It- qpply a little as direct
I'd an(1 withiin teI 111111111es thQre will be
n111 appearelee of abundyne, fresh
ness9, fluffineO. and 'uf1Incomparable
gloss and ltusre, an try as you will
you cannot flmI a, -ace of dandruff or
falling halr; !)*' your real surprise
will be af er 0out two weeks' use,
wihen you wift see new hair-fine and
downy at first-yes-It really new
1111r---spiroting out all over your
seal p-Danderine is, we belive, til
only stire halir rower, (lestroyer of
(1a1ndru1ff and1( cur e of itchty scal p [and It.
nev'er fails to stop falling htair' at onice.
if you wan211t to pr'ove how l)retty and
soft your hair11 really Is, moi0sten~ a
cloth1 with a1 lIttle l)anderine e"'l care
ful Ily dra-2w It I through y'ourt12 hai--tak(
ing one small strandtt~ at a time. Yoiur
ha21ir will lbe soft, glossy and1( beatifuil
in just a felw mlonlent s-a delightfuli
surpIlrise awa.21its everyonie wh'lo ties
* .JONEN NEWIS. *
Jone's.March(1, 1 5.-WVe wvere very
sorrmy to htear (If 1( the rect tdeath of
(tiut good friend M 1r. .12ns. Clardy13 of
I iaurens11. Iii' was2 reatedl and1 splent
the mlosi of his life at1 Mt. Gallagher
and1( was2 higly 3 esteenied biy al1l of ils
a1e(lintance112 . Th'le brea'21Ved faily13
have our )1' tnderest5 sympn athy13.
Ale('si's hobbs and1( Mc'Neely htav.e oh
en ed a mea21t miart'f andl will appret'
cintev thle Pa1tran1 ge of I their friends.
We recently met thte followIng
friends: John11 ('laha a1d2nd Ja1(s21. Shaw
of 11lona Palth, Eld KnIght and .Jeff
Moore of (reenvuille, JIullis Babbh of
'Laurtens, hlohert Smnith andl 'Iugene
Mariiin of i~t)nald(, Jais. i'Ad. McICord', o1'
I bolges, and lien Arinold, Allen Shtarp,
JTohn BagwvellI and~ M. B. 'McCuen of
Rev. Mr'. Woodl of Fountain, the neiw
plastor' of the War'e Shtoals Baptist
C'hurch, htas met with a cordial r'ecep
We were pained to hear of the (leath
of outr war'm fr'iend Mi'. Lafayettc \for
r'ison, of D~onald. lHe wvas a splendId
citizen andl the breaved family have
0our hleart-left sympathy.
We are profoundly gr'ateftul to our
fr'iends, wvhite and colored, for recent
Mi'. IRd Butrgess of Boyds MIIl passed
a'way on tihe 12th 1inst, andl was hu1rr'ied
by tile Masonls at Poplar' Spings.
lHe wvas an ex-Confeder'ate veteran, an
Indutstriouts, hospi table kind htear'ted
gentleman and all of outr people sym
p~athl'ze wvi thI the hereavedl family.
The friends of Mr'. WV. I. 11111 will
be glad to hear that ite 's graduially
recovering from a recent. Ilnnes
WOMEN FIGHT FOR
JO S MEN WANT
Cuse of Women Conductors Dischurg
ed at Cleveland Because M.en De
muanded It Before War Labor Board.
Washington, March 13.-Arguments
In the appeal from the recommenda
tion of the national war labor board
that women conductors at Cleveland
Ohio, be discharged to satisfy demands
of striking male employes were heard
today by the board. Tihe case was
taken under adv hement and a decision
is expected within two weeks.
)r-. Anna Howard Shaw, honorary
president of the National American
Woman Suffrage Association; Frank
I'. Walsh, former joillit Chairman of tihe
board. and .\liss Mary Van Kleeck, di
meetor of tile woa industry ser
vice ol the labhorm departieniit, were a
mulong those awpearing in 1-half of
the discharged woien work -, while
-lames 11. \'ahey, attorney for the In
terati onai Amalgamated Association
of Electric and ittret Railway Em-I
ployes, opposed tilie appeal.
IDl. Shaw declared that during the
wI' womlien in all pmrts of the cointry
had responded llnobly to the nation's
call for workers, lint that now that fihe
acite need for -workers had passed,
there Was a tendenlcy to "get rH3,1 of"
"Ml elI emnployes (emand it" said Dr.
Shuw, "and because they are organized
they have Power to enforce their de
mands. The worst of it is that many
of the nien so employed were never in
the military service, but had left to en
ter "safe employment."
Dr. Shaw insisted that the -basic
right of woien to (10 aiy kind of work
they were capable of performing
should be established and that men
should not be allowed to say that wom
en should not be employed.
M'. Wash, who apipeared as counsel
for the womeni emiployes, said the
board should declare that women were
legaly entitled to the same right in in
dustry as men. The 'women condic
tors of Cleveland were unjustly dis
Charged, lie said and should be rein
Miss Van Kleeck told the board that
women's claim of freedom to choose
ocupations was the greatest labor is
sure before the country a4ind that it
shoumld be solved favorably to allow
Wonen to Cotlil)ute thii' best ener
gles in peace as they did in war.
'"r. Va hey ari'gued that tle board was
not legally eiilpower'ed to order the re
eiployment of the women conductors,
since its jurisdiction ext ended only to
ases whetle labor disPlutes between
emlhoyes and employers t hreatened to
result in a str'ke. lie said the women
knew when they 'ee employed that
they would be retained only for the
plriod of the 'wor.
Card of Thani1ks.
To ourt' Friends of Lauiren s City:
We Want to thank you ti rough hIllese
column1s for m1ilnisterilng uii intos wille
"-V were*(q 1s sick and(1 helpless duiiring
ourl sickness'5 of infIlunza. And yet
whi le you~ w1er'e so sw~eet andi~ good to
its,. -esuts look ed down and blessedl us.
and1( s Iariduts. ever iy onie. to liv'e a hit
I le while longri hier'e. We thank God
tfir you. W''e tust your t tnamtes arie all
writ teun upon0 the Ifanmbs Ilook of Life,
:11nd hope)1 when at. the endl ife'll say.
"WellI done lhy good and fai thiful ser'
vants. ''nter Into the joy3s of thy Lor'."
.\ir and Mris. C W. .\lartin.
LIFT CORNS OR
Doesn't hurt! Lift any corn or
callus off with fingers
Doti't suffei! A tiny' bint tie of Freez
one costs bt a few: cents at aniy drug
stor'e. Apply a few dr'opis on theo
corns, ca]llses and~ '"harid sukin'' on bot
tom of feel, then1 lift theta off.
When Freezon e r'em v en cornis fromn
the toes oi' (nlhlses froisi tile hottotm of
feet, the skin belenathl Is left pink
andl healthi anld neCveri sore, tender 0or
1 "mituanl (Con> on Cured
"LAX'i, WITh a sp;ecially
preprid Syrup .. XI fur I labitual
Consd pat ion. ht promptly but
should be taken i<' eor 14 to 21 days
to Inindne aguillar a33 * -. Mimulates and
Regulates. Very ' iasanit to 'Take, 60c
IS YOUR LIFE PROTECTED?
Protection gi es real satisfaction. Are
you protected in a a substantial wag?
Come in and me show you how The
Jefferson Standard Life Insurance Com
pany policies protect you.
W. T. MOORE, at Posey's Drug Store,
Agent Jefferson Standard Life Insurance of Greensboro, N. C.
Such Women Just
Have to "Give Up"
"Man may work from sun to sun, but woman's
work is never done." That's why wpmen are
overworked, nervous, all run down, n6 appetite,
and can "hardly drag around." Vinol creates a
hearty appetite, strengthens the digestive organs,
induces sound sleep, invigorates the nerves, and in
this natural manner creates working strength.
Narragansett Pier, R.I. Jacksonville, Ill.
"I was l run-down, back ached, bI keep house for my little family,
and tired all the time. I keep house but got Into a weak, nervous, run
for my husband and four children and down condition, tired all the time and
could hardly keep around. Finally I no ambition. My doctor told me to
tried Vinol and it has restored my try Vinol, and in a week I felt like a
health and helped me wonderfully, so new person. I am now strong again,
I recommend it to others who are in look after my baby, and do a]l my
this condition." Mrs.HannahRandall. housework. "-Mrs. G. H. Lamson.
iror all mn-down, nervous, ansenilo conditions, weak women, overworked men,.
feble o lr peopl, and den at children, there Is no remedy like Vinol.
For sale by LAURIONS DRUG CO. and druggists everywhere.
and the Allies
Russia crumbled away and
failed the Allies largely through
lack of food, according to an
With plentiful reserves and
resources virtually untouched, her
people starved at home and at
the front because there was no
adequate organization to place
food where it was necded.
Animals on the hoof were
shipped thousands of miles to
the various fronts, wasting trans
portation facilities required for I
other purposes. They arrived
shrunken and emaciated, to be H
killed and dressed amidst filth
and confusion behind the lines.
Half of those br ou ght from
way; any more were unfit for
0 the othpr' hand, the American
packe s turn live stock into meat in
large san' ary plants located in the
prod ci sections, and shippcd the
pro under refrigeration so that it
reached the trenches in France in
perfect condition, without waste.
Says Our Authority: I
"Had such facilities for cold storage
transportation been available to the
Russian supply committee as were
placed at the disposal of the quarter
master of the United States by Swift
& Company, there might have been
a different story concerning Russia's
part in the final drama of the war."
A large - scale packing industry
would be an asset to Russia, in war or
peace, as it has proved to be to the
The cost of this large scale industry
in the form of profits is only a fraction
of a cent per pound of meat.
Swift & Company, U. S. A.