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Kryl and His Band
Great Musical Pageant
Mme. Augusta Lenska
Prima Donna Contralto
Culp String Quartet
Gov't Ownership of
6 Great Lectures
SEASON TICKETS $2.50
and War Tax
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Listen to me! Calomnel s
day's work. If bi
(1ruggist and evervinunly's d rulLVisI
has niot iend( aI grTe a 1fallin2-of in the1
sale of e*nlom'el. Th'lev all give~ the
samer reason. D odson's I . iv Tonem
is taking its phiac'.
T(alomelt' is uIlaniierousi and people
know it, wile III) hison's 1,ive Tom~
is perf; .i afe aind uives heurr re
1ut,"sl a pran innt local i druim
gi t I !-'in's I Aiver TPon. pr
san allyv ua rante nd byh eve ry d rur
gist who sells it. A la rge bot th
A daily ey
ever stop t
THINK IT OVE
Then get a
New England NU
* ABUN NEWS. *
Rabun, April 21.-.Miss Allie Babb
spent last week with Mr. and Mrs.
Houston Babb, at Gray Court.
Mrs. Melvina Abercrombie left last
week for Charlotte where she will
spend some time with her daughter,
'Mrs. Paul Willis.
AMrs. Rebecca Owens and Miss Edna
Owens visited -Mrs. Harley Abererom
Mrs. Theo Wolff and Miss Alartha
Wolff, of Shiloh, spent Thursday iwith
Mrs. Sloan Mahon.
Miss Martha Wolff was in Greenville
t.Ir. and Mrs. George Babb visited
relatives in Lebanon Saturday night
Mr. Dennis Owens spent Saturday
night with Mr. 1Houston Babb of Gray
-Ir. 'irnest Bolt went to Greenville
Saturday night to visit his brother,
Mr. Con way Belt.
Mr. and- Mrs. Sloan 'Mahon and fam
ily visited Mr. and Mrs. John Wolff, of
Shiloh section, Sunday.
MNir. and irs. Belton Owens, of Gray
Court, spent Sunday With Dr. and Mrs.
.J. W. lenson.
Miss Cora League visited her friend,
Miss Cora Bolt, Sunday.
Little Mary -Babb. of Gray Court, is
visiting her grandfather, Mr. Tully
Grand Prize 9a
Wi$t for Catalogue
TaHE REMINGTON ARMS UMACCO.INC.
oTw o r
TO ENJOY YOUlR EASTER RIDE
it will be necessary to have your car
in good order. To insure its being i
goo( condition bring your auto to our
shoji and have us remedy any defec1';
that may exist and put your car into
good runn ing order. Such precaution
on your part is good for the health of
the (ar and yourself. Safety first!
i-LIABLE GARAGE CO.
Next to 11ikes & Co.
)odson's Liver Tone
ickens and~ youl my lOse a
lious, conStipated or~
(costs bu a few rPInbA, :iioI it ii iail
lIver sluishesan ost'
VOn Inave only ivIo ask tor yoJltI n I.
D~odbon's liver Tonc' is a plea 2?.
hle ssII. to buothi chiiren andi :a
lake a spoonf1l at. uniight an tilw:
he~adn ahe, aid sI'tomhrontii (10'( 1. -
11ated howels. It doesn't gripe all
the net day l ike violent catlomeil,
~cuse, but did you
o wonder whether
could carry the e
and income during
ssued by the$
tual Life Ins Co.,
LI Bank Buildling
* HOME DEMONSTRATION *
By Miss Daisy E. Harris. *
-During this month we are having
health programs in all our 'Women's
Clubs. Dr. L. A. Riser, director of
rural health work, and Miss Chauncey
Blackburn, of anti-Tuberculosis Asso
elation, have spoken att several of our
Prevention is the most important
factor in the matter of good health,
and there was never a more co-opera
tive proposition. No individual nor
family can work it out. alone. As indi
viduals we must say to ourselves:
"I must. keep well not only for my
self but because of those -with whom
I come in contact. I should not only
cultivate habits of personal hygiene,
but of family hygiene and community
hygiene as well. I must learn to do
nothing that will htell) spread disease.
And I must take my share of responsi
bility regarding the conditions in the
rommunity where I live. recognize the
problems and stand back of all move
mtents leading to betteir sanitation and
11101 liealtifiul condition."
'oor sewerage and the insanitary
toilet open to the typhoid fly is thi
greatest menace to health in any com
munity. The proper disposal of sew
eirage is the greatest need of everyv
home. Typhoid fever, dysentery, sum
mier complaint, tuberculonis, and other
intestinal diseases may be spread 'by
the fly from the disease germs found
in human excrement. Tile fly is the
lilthiest of all insect.;. It is born in
Filth, lives in filth, carries filth and
dleposits it upon your food. It drowns
the disease germs in your baby's milk.
;et rid of the ly now by screening
porcles and windows,. by destroying
the breeding places and keeping the
back yards clean. Hlave your toilet
screened, or better still put in a 'sani
tary closet with septic tank. In regard
to these tanks for (ither school or
h1ome1. write Dr. L. A. iiser, director of
rural health work, Columbia.
lHoth Dr. Aiser and Miss Blackburn
arc anxious that Laurens county shall
have a rural leailth director and coun
ty nurse another year in order that we
iay h~lve sclool illspection and other
san itary mea in su res carried out in the
Miss il ack biirn is especially inter
ested in tle' prevention and curing of
tuberculosis. if you desire literature
inl regard t) tilbercullosis Spilt you,
write to Miss Chauncey IMlackburn, 211
1'nion Bank building, Columbia. 'liss
Ti(ackbillrn also lims chanige of the
liealth (rusade ill which so many or
the chlildrenl are taking part. In order
to be a crusader the following chores
are to be don1e:
1.I washed my hands lefore tach
2. I washed not only liy face lb1t 111'
iars and lle(k and mlianed tiy linger
3. 1 tried to k(.(.1 fingers. iwlnciLs an1d
(of lmy nlose and muouith.
I. I diranuk a glass oIf wat r before
each meal and1( before going to1 bed., and
i. I tooik tiln or morI slow dleep
bireaithus of fresh air t oday.
7. I played (,atdooris' or withi will
S. I was ini heil tien houirs lahit niht
9. I trjied todiay It mitiu aml stand
uii stratighit, t) iat ,lowly. anid to at
tilnd to toilet and( iachi nl(+d of miy bodiiy
at its regulari t illr.
10. T 1ried to kee'p neat anld lhar ful
(ionstanltly and1( to be hlelpfll toi olhirs.
I t. I tookil t.o fal biathi this week.
If you disir to~( know mhori about ll
TIlilNh Ofi ItIt'NION.
('iznfedertes I't ('oun ider Inlittion of
Newv Orleans, April 10.-An inv llita
tion1 to the' linited ('onfederati vet
('ians1 to hold(1 thir ' 1919 rieuioni ill
Savannahl is being1 serioulsiy conisid..
ered by Commanlder in (h iif Van)
Z/anilt, lFort WVorth, Te'xas, andiil hrie
deartment11al1 commanders. (Caplt.
Jamlies 1ibin(all, assist ant adj ut ant gen'i
eral o f the Veterians. announced berie
tonlighlt. A decision probably w ill lbe
mandie publiIc soon by Ge rneratn Van
Z/andt, h1e said. According to Caup
tain Dutncan the reulnioni likly will
he held( ill Julne.
Theire now are abiou t 25,000 sur v iv
oris of the Con federjate( armiy, ('up
tail) Iuncan ass(iertd. Thle reuniiion in
Tfullsa, Okla., last year. he said, was
attendeliId by 6,0001 v'teratns.
Whenever You Need a General Tonic
Tile Old Staindard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equallIy valuale as a
General 'Tonic because It contanins the
well known tonic properties ofQU ININIC
and IRON. It nets oil the Live;, Drives
out M~alaria, IEnrichies the BlIood and1(
Builds up the hl wtsystm. 60 ce-t
HIGIWAY ROBBERY IS
UllAlQE1 AUAINST .BOY
Dade Smith Held lit Jali on Charge of
Extraeting Money from Negro san.
Dade Smith, a 19-year-old white boy
who gives Goldville as his home, 1s In
the county Jail on the charge of rob
big a negro man on the Kirkscyi road
last Sunday. Is gross proceeds
were $11.05 In cash and a pocketnife
and the colored man netted a part of
the money and his knife after Smith
had been arrested in a swamp near the
scene of the alleged robbery by Offi
cers McDowell and Timmerman.
Tho negro whose name is Wash
Ilenry, reported to the officers that
Smith held him up with a magazine
pistol drawn and ready for business
and that he was forced to enlpty his
pockets. Smith then fled to a nearby
swamp. He offered no resistance
when the officers located him.
Officer McDowell stated today that
Smith makes no denial of robbery.
The pocketknife claimed by the negro
was found on him as was a portion of
the missing cash.-Greenwood Index.
LIF OFF CORNS!
Apply few drops then lift sore;
touchy corns off with
Doesn't hurt a bit! Drop a little
Freezone on an aching corn, instantly
that corn stops hurting, then'you lift
it right out. Yes, magIc!
A tiny bottle of Freezone costs but
a few cents at any drug store, but is
sufficient to remove every hard corn,
soft corn, or corn between the toes,
and the calluses, without soreness or
1'reezone is the sensational discov
cry of a Cincinnati genius. It is won
IS YOUR LIFE PROTECTED?
Protection gives real satisfaction. Are
you protected in a real substantial way?
Come in and let me sh9w you how The
Jefferson Standarol Lif6 Insurance Corn
pany policies protrct'you.
W. T. MOORE, at Posey's Drug Store,
Agent Jefferson Standard Life Insurance of Greensboro, N. C.
You have but one pair of eyes and when they
are gone or your vision impaired they cannot
be replaced. We will give you the advantage
of our expert advice and charge you only the
cost of the glasses.
We guaranttee the accuracy of our
fittings and the examination is free
n N p r
ome may Ae~
An attractive, snug, convenient, roomy
- little bungalow;
I' C~~raice ful lines, entdinvrg the miost m-oderni of architecturaI
idleis; ecu trely, '-substank 15111 il ut teo ina ke it lasetinig and corn-11
fortableii int mosil t re wieailiwr. fliilt ith at iew to con
Venisenst arrangernennt. hitial naparne t rut r
in reaityil eof tiniple bi/e fur Ivery comiiort.
BUNGALOW NO. 44
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Iimtinse sitt'litr~ it sl.t i :. it ro.. e'i. I. o h tei
t he o, frome the I i di n t o the Cinte rri nith t i ,
teittic 5rpie freeetbo ri1 Iarti bili Inbyg
a QUICKILT Beingaw youV 3A
WASTE- '" i'"t'"jIIC- Cd 1 al-" 1.11.11 re li) and " l;rie
- leryi fo11.otT luie r Is iied. \-l 1t1buy io Auirplusi materhii.
-4C) 4,?inira econ lt na lelri, orlei ItS 11re t ll 'a . Ee- tile.
-7-Ih JI4E CnCCIk fo CI II lei ll . he'tS.. lb . 4... e H '.-i h
Iri n inary -uting an tr h i ng..ie s I e - t~l * h riH. .I l . l ar
I 1rtl i of tehiiI l a 14 tirIeshI ilt inC- I. in. rli rt t . t en .4 imo,.
CliinatIIC l. tlew lier lai the ereeion ol aC QUJICKtt.T Iilin-:Il iw lae l tI a u
~~ nini .1 ~t heeo e, Cti n s~lr consI--CIr.H -i A C r .-l.' r If CI ra.. .Ii ! n
expertni i th II two lelbere Ce, lCn ere-It te hte) in l :4 'i..: T e r-In -.y holmel
- lii~~~ inoneyC'. WIth a QUICI(1ILT 11ha14'ow It11 . ..5,seeo
irection lta eIC'I lai indfi ti th1 t I Is 1in l all i nO I no5t~l .: e.IC 115.r w 'C
Cnel i iew i-n reeltI itih eae. .\5 Iny Iwner buibi thHII t l w C 11 ) lheS. \' 5
payC) sl ire-litelt' fee. The cole . t lllte el wa al l- - ill *l I In)
jitudly bey thie he-rt andie meest e'xpe'rleneeeIti Ir arietre-I cs i a sle e iito ehit
lng wali set and liig lit th e lratest p1 . K tel een li'ence, econsi .iy andie
istrengethl. The Cre teof the siaterialt Ia fuii I r rI'dln el d e by c th eeat thlit yii
b tisi It froms the ill, msssanfactrer and41 foeresLt in e:l. 41 r elp t ,bi 'cvr till en-1
-> tire proc , fro treri thc ree i o theI i completed4 houleil'. Yo ny o m b ie- a1 lerott.
3015 tiuy edire et freoml thee lotirre ofee inteertial. ini ur ccp, t l~t l e tchisnr- 4
Of1 h uises re bu lelt 'etrinultaeul yiCIi eiery aboilrt CutI tole e tion Is -' a et ry wate;lI
iii eled. e Ase the hoeus'es asre maeiei hai greast quitii e otI' g3 in thu4 a v iag of the iow
c DtDfqun itprElon. pic
PRICE J." per"Cn. $856
F. 0. R. Chark-eton. The lrie 0hItc'ileisiall 51enna115ry cntr1Il ecept I thirick work
ICniel pislhsning. HI/e eeler allS, 21 -It. .5-'In. x 31-fri. 0%'~-in. 'There aire twee large biolroosi
on e9- . i 1-f., ts tetl r 12-ft. ix I 2-fIt., onie snil~elius Ihing reoom 12-It x tX-ft., a
kthn u-ft. x I-rt., ai hath roomii 94ft. X 6-rt., indanitt i eiraCitIve renst leoreh 1 t t. x 6-ft.
Theli hoisse is wcellIghtced, apa~e'eilu el etatIed end coeei 'ee'nl. 'The consitrucioni il
4 lairgely3 oft Nerthi ('inreellina pine--"ths e od t'inIversl ,"4 Iihoreeugly kel in dlriedeI Exielet
flin~tSg andel 'tling. Weallal bult in te h, ofit cidi nedle wli th h/el avy1(1 bllere' taer to tss
asure wcarisths. Dueriable, tire- re.'ilatlig, latandal~rd iashlSt asl'tr i sigles withl slte greenl or
reel fihnih. Ariteetle panieledt linabele finishel. Exeellenit doeeora andie ianhi. A't ni'e'esar.
ni. la ande haerdwaeen futrnsedt. Ibis icest icth Iiexterler wcells tie d an-e ry on et of
inube'r oef 51stadaird cilorai or pinlcte' el hieavy Cca t of riling paeinht. Extertor trhus
an ;inabic ila pWR th nE coTO-DAYg
felr fu rithenormatl linad ett >y ofu t ttreaetiIe, lsetraitedl bak, *QUICKBit.T
Q KI IILT Jtunegailoiws. It 14 l-a SlE tr li'tth e l, n . 31e re-Iy fil eut tie eclupon
bl-ow aniS iel It. tetter 4t Ill, I i ll 1un .low NI' Il fitb I ou n111 ieeds, 't ell u Se'
clor dIesilrede inde instrucit us1 1.9 shIy innedir etely.
COUPON-CI.IP HERE AND MAIL, TO-DAY
iA. C. Tuxburg Lumber ce., Chareston, S. C.
Please send me yotlr book "QuflCKBILY' fungaltows"e Noe A.S0l,
Am esepeclally Inlteresld In a .......,...mi Co chem,.
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