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LIFT CORNS OR
Doesn't hurtl Lift any corn or
callus off with fingers
Don't suff er! A tiny bottle of Freez
one costs but a few cents at any drug
store. Apply a few drops on the
corns, calluses and "hard skin" on bot
ton of feet, theji lift them off.
When Freezone removea corns from
the toes or calluses from the bottom of
feet, the skin beneath is left pink
and health and never sore, tender or
Everyone is thinki:
S United St~tes is t
The people must deci
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* JONES NEWS. *
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Jones, April 26.-Prof. C. A. Fellers,
of Spartanburg, a former teacher of
the Jones high school, 'was the recent
guest of Hon. J. F. Morrison and
while here paid the writer a short but
Rev. Strickland, pastor of Princeton
circuit, recently visited Mr. and Mrs.
G. L. Graham.
Mir. Elwood Cooper, of Mt. Olive, has
a beautiful stand of cotton.
From the amount of corn planted
throughout this section I am confident
the cotton acreage has been material
Miss Jennie Lou Martin, of Prince
ton, spent the week-end with her par
ents, 31r. and 'Mrs. J. C. 3Martin.
Mrs. Dr. W'. T. Jones, accompanied
by her son, Frank, and daughter, Mrs.
Lola Jones Caine, were shopping visi
tors in Greenwood Thursday.
We had the pleasure of meeting the
followings friends: Ed Knight and
Sam Calder, of Greenville; 'Loan Moore
of Ekon; John 'Morrison, of Donalds;
Dr. Henry Becks, of Richmond; -Dr.
Mac Glyinph, of Anderson; Rev. Jodie
Martin, of Westminster; W. H. Pitts,
of Friendships; Howard McCravy, of
the navy; Preston Devore, W. H1. Can
field, S. B. Rambo and Bennie Frank
lin, of Greenwood.
All of our 'people anticipate attend
ing quarterly meeting at Kings Chapel.
We had the pleasure of hearing a
splendid sermon by Rev. Jodie Martin,
of Westminster at Mlt. Gallagher, Sun
day. It is a treat to hear the good
singing by Mt. Gallagher choir.
IMr. Long, a representative of Tate
Marble Works, of Ga., was the guest
of Mr. Eddie 'Pitts last week.
Dr. W. T. Jones is profoundly grate
ful to all of his friends, white and
colored, for all of their kindnesses to
Ware Shoals Is keeping pace with
the progressive spirit of Greenwood.
Elegant residences -go up as if by
magic and the paving of the streets Is
progressing nicely. It is already one
of the best towns in the Piedmont and
is yet only in its infancy of develop,
ment. Those in charge of the business
of the wide-awake little city have great
plans In store for it. It is a splendid
market for cotton and corn and all
kinds of farm produce and Is draw
ing a large trade for many miles in
every direction. Upward of thirty
years ago the writer extended every
particle of his influence to build the
C. K. & W. railroad and develope the
magnificent waterpower at Ware
Shoals, knowing that It would be an
inestimable blessing to the surround
S'IISCRlIBlE TO TII'. ADViIIRTISEI.
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de this great question.
:iutauqua this season
kers will debate this
a been chosen by the
of the entire matter
e as forceful speakers.
e question from every
ear this great debate,
ction of the
i Days' Program
ire week $2.50 and War Tax
Here May 13 to 20
WILL BE ENFORCED
Departnient of Justice Announce Lit
eral Enforcement of Law wlll be
New York, April 24.--The govern
ment proposed a literal enforcemeni of
the war-time'prohibition act, including
a 'ban on prroduction and sale of all
beers and wines, whether or not
they are intoxicating, the department
of Justice announced through special
representative in the federal court
While no steps will be taken to pre
vent brewing, pending a court deter
mination of the law's constitutionality
raised by brewers of the New York
district, manufacturers will operate
in operil of future prosecution, accor
ding to the statement of William 1C.
Fitts, special counsel, appcaring for
attorney General Palmer in the beer
The attorney advised Judge A. N.
Hand, who heard arguments on the
government's motion to dismiss the
suit brought on befalf of thenational
brewers by the Hoffman Brewers Co.
to restrain the federal authorities
froia interfering -with its production
of 2 3-4 per cent beer, that the de
partment of Justice did not know and
did not care whether -beer of the
strength indicated nwas intoxicating.
The law prohibited sale after June
30, of distilled beverages as well as
manufacture after April 20, and sale
after June the 30, of "beer" wine and
other intoxicating malt or vinous
liquors for beverage" pending the de
niobilzation of the military forces, he
said. The words "beer" and "wine"
were not qualified, in the opinion of
the goverment, he added, and the ap
parent congressional Intention to stop
the "waste" of grains and fruits in
their production in any strength would
"Hearts of the World" Coning.
"Hearts of the 'World," the D. W.
Griffith .production that required eigh
teen months in the making and which
is declared to 'be the masterpiece of
this dramatic genius, surpassing both
"The Birth of a Nation" and "Intoler
ance," will -be the 'attraction at the
Opera House two days only, afternoon
and evening, L\ay 5th and 1ith.
That "Hearts of the World" has es
tablished a neiv high record for even
a Griflith production may be gained
from the'fact that it has been shown in
Chicago, New York, Boston, Philadel
phia and other ciies upwards of more
than six bundred times at $2.00 prices.
That it is a most unusual achievement
is evident from the announcement that
David I loyd George and other high of
flelals of the British and French na
tions not only gave Mr. Griflith their
most hearty co-operation in the tak
ing of the principal scenes, but per
SOnally appear in the play.
Contrary to the general opinion,
this latest of the Grilitth works is not.
a war play. It is leseribied by 3ir.
G rifllth himself as ''The sweetest love
story ever to1ld." It 'was written by
(;aston (1e Tol ignate andit translated
from te Fr'ielh by C'aplt ain Vict or
.\bairier. Theii story is ini two parts, thle
first reveal ig thle- life of ani ordinary
lFr 'eh failiIy before the warm and( thIie
seconid thle c'xperienices of t hese iieople'
when'i thle great eoiitlict endeud in vie
tory for thi allies.
Thle malority3 of thle scienes in
"Ilo arts of the W\oild" areo descibed'i
as gr''at min'ig paintings that migh
Iive lieen coiieivied biy thle world's
--reaiest artists. their beauiity and
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Leader of Orchestral
Sextette at Chautauqua
Miss Irene Stolofsky is leader of the
Orchestral Sextette, the opening at
traction at the coming Redpath Chau.
tauqua, and both as director and as an
individual artist she is truly excep
tional. She has a splendid position
among the younger violinists of the
country. Her repertoire embraces the
literature of the old masters as well
as the modern composers.
The Orchestral Sextette gives a fuU
program on the first afternoon and a
-relude at night.
GREAT FRENCH SACRIFICE
CALLS FOR WORLD'S
The French have suffered and bled
more than any other nation at .war.
Of her 36 million population, 6 mil
lion were placed in the trenches and
have poured out their iblood on the
altar of Liberty. America will ever
remember this heroic sacrifice. It is
likewise not unmlndftul of the great
service to the .world rendered by the
French peasants who have given it a
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intestinal disorders, which is reported
to have relieved incalculable suffering,
saved thousands of lives and prevented
innumerable surgical operations, Geo.
H. Mayr, prominent Chicago chemist,
imports and sells it in this country
under the name of Mayr's Wonderful
Remedy. It is a simple harmless pre
,paration that removes the catarrhal
mucus from the intestinal tract and
allays the inflammation which causes
practically all stomach, liver and in
testinal ailments including appendlei
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