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* IlA LS CHURCHi.
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Dials, Aay 12.-.Alr. Aaron Campbell,
a! highly resieted citizen of this con
Iunity dled at 1I1s home near here
Tlursday. The following day the re
mainis !were in terred in Dials cemie
tery at I t o'clock, the funeral service
having been first conducted at the
ioic of the deceased by his pastor.
Mir. Camin pb Il had been in delinfn!
health for sotae time, nevertbeless his
dealth camie as a shock to relatives and
friends. 'hie deceased was a membi her
of ite chlurch at 4111s place, and was
aln u prigitt. law-abiding (itizen, comt)
anding tie respect of all Who knew
111111. M! is surtvived byl his wire, who
wvas N Iss Naimo I tarton11, and five sml all
Ch'id reni, as well as his rat her, several
brthi'rs and sisters.
Mrs. Mary .anie lI arris returntied to
her hotte near Greenville, Saturday, h f
GIRLS! THICKEN AND
BEAUTIFY YOUR H"AIR
AND STOP DANDRUFF
Try this! Your .htir .gets . wavy,
glossy nd tabund141an1t at. once.
To be possessed of a head of heavy,
beautiful hair; soft, lustrous, fluffy,
'wavy and free from dandruff is imere
ly a matter of using a little Dander
I is easy and inexpensive to have
nice, soft hair and lots of it. Just
get a small botjle of Knowlton's Dan
derine now for a few cents-all drug
stores reconmnend it-aplly a little as
directed and within ten minutes there
will be an appearance of abundance,
freshness, fluffiness and an inconi
parable gloss and lustre, and t ry as
you will you cannot find a trace of
dandruff or failing hair; but, your real
surprise will 'he aft or about two weeks'
use, when you will see now hair-flne
and downy I at first-yes--but real ly
new halr-- sprouting out all over your
scalp-i anderine is. we believe, the
on1ly stire hairt growet. des trover' of
dandrulff and cutre for itchy scalp and
it nev'er falls to stoll fallingp hevir at
!' "oil walit to prove how pr ttv
and soft yOur hair really is, tmtoistei
a cloth with a lit tie Dandeine and
'arefutlly draw it through yourit hair
taking one small strand at a titie.
Your hair will be soft, glossy and
beautiful in just a few imoments-a
delightful surprise awaits everyone
who tries tihis.
No Wornis in a Healthy Child
All children troubled with worms have an un
:.ialthy color, which indicates poor blood, and as a
rule, there Is more or less stomach disturbance.
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC given regularly
for two or three weeks will turich the blood, im
prove the digestion, and act as a General Strqngth
ening Tonic to the whole system. Nature will then
throw off or dispel the worms, and the Child will be
In perfect health. Pleanant to take. (1c per bottle.
THE RFCT GU
ter a week's visit %with Mr. D. D. Harri
Mrs. L. W. Brooks and little daugL
ter, Sarahi Belle, slent Thursday in
Gray Court, the guests of relatives.
.lr. and Hlrs Ilaskell Gray and lit
tle Haskell, Jr., were Suiday visitors
at th ie home of Mir. Ilarris Curry.
Tho monthly business and social
meetlg: for April of the Y. P. M. so
ciety, was held jointly Wedilwday ev
eniing, April 30th. at the hoie of Nir*.
and Mis. .las. Arasftrong, their daugh
ter. -.l1ss llowey, beina hostess. Despuitc
the inceenency of tle wentier, n1early
all' thie i We i present, and tle
Uvenllig was 011 Of eljoylilent to .all.
Te Souiteri Tlexilf- Ixposition
which conveled il Creen ville last
weh, proved very poPiular with the
people of this coimitity, .numurs
going up tirouiglout the week. Tle
laigest delegation, however, took Sat
tirday as the (day. Among the nuimber
who llotored to the city On that day
were Mtr. lohi Sllimmonls, 'Mis. Eva
liairis. %iss tiarie Simnons, i.. \\il.
lif, Mir i.Ar. Pice Hlarris, Mir. 1). 1),
Itarris, Mliss iiiom1a miarris, elessrs.
Leo a 1 -1 'dwin tllhllms, 1). ). and
-100 lirowilee and Misses Fanni1 and
Seallie r111ownIle, and others.
Mr. E lest Harris was il Laurens
Satu rda where he was anong the
number who stood tie exam iination for
the position of rural letter carrier now
vacant at Owings.
Alother's Day %% a, observed in a. fit
ting manner here Sunday morning.
'IThe d(ercises proved most appropriate.
A special musical program was ren
dered, while several recitations calcu
lated to Instill in the hearts of all due
honor to "mother" and her iiflueice,
were given by four little girls of the
Sunday school. The pastor, .ir.
Brooks,.devoted his half hour to a help
fill and ispiring sermon, takilg for
his subtjeet"The Ideal Mothey". A
protty feature of the services 'was the
four clarming little maids, who stood
at (ach) tr ance with baskets contain
iii' red and white ross(, a rose' being
preselited to all whio entered. who were
not wearing ole in holor of "m1 othe,''
(iher a red o1 white rose.
Thw secon d quartctrly meeting for
this Charge will convene at Di als on
the fourth t Sattrday and Sutday in
May. Presiding EIlder Steadinan, of
Greenv ille, will be presentI hoti days,
npacling Saturday morning at 11
o'clock and also Sunday afternoon.
This will be .\ir. Steadman's first aip
pearance here, yet he is not unknown
to ourl people, lie havIng servedi the
First Mlethodist Church at Laurens he
fore receiving his appointment as pre
siding elder for Greenville district. He
is an eloquent. and forceful speaker,
and there Is no doubt of a large audi
ence being present at both services.
The iongest -
' satisfaction for
a in the sealed
- SEALED TIGHT
SUMMARY OF TREATY
GERMANS MUST ACCEPT
(Continued froin Preceding Page.)
det-I14, lI is it) I)v gilde -'by lhe hih
est III I o tives of in a ( I I p I I I 1ol iey
w-itl at view to vindiein'tiig ite solieinm
obligaltions of linteornialotmal iderink
Ill.s an~d the( valbflity f'1 l aetionl
tu1orl-ItyI." andI( will 114c (he punislunent
it feels sh1ou ld he 11i1po'ed.
Personls nellsed or lmnving. collinlitlef
acts in vilation i of h inw 1 l ean -s
Wilns (of war aIrI I ifo ble 4 ri i n1110 iw!.
14i11 by military trihtumli('Io under 11m0 .
TheAilloid ad3A111) ated (over1l
ment 11s irm, uni wr)4nyof' p
h l l, III' herseolf l , r a li*1
.\ o itI . g v n n'nt4 1114and t1i an4, .
tialms hav'i , been u1bjee :1: a ' l
<t'i('en1' IC i f lilm, W:It. ii po l ni,.
11:11 o the bry i't.
~ lI ...rgiIlI 1 1111 of ( I llle
1Th11ke Coal lC i : tion fofl dia;gt -
.1 140 1(s c! i i 115.po :
I to her itfD'r.a.frir h11
A s : ,it h r- an ~ m ; ;
two yearIs 24)n! :)0I 0,t0:
01t101r gobd, inoo , S hips, . w..
'III( forms of gayo wit, with O ;An.
derstan ding thaf t lie rta Ixpl es Sit t1
Is iltho, of thle Ill-1414s of ofo(11at4on
11111 payinelits for food anild raw 11111e
rials, ma11y Ie IIlcted ait the (iscr -
tionk of the( allies.
While the(! grallini total of damliages
nssessed ains11t Germany may exceed
her ability to (imy, hte un11dertikes to
matke compensation for aill damages
caused to elvilans.
The (Gerinan govertmont recognizes
(t righ1t ofrthe ow is ito I Ith reilac
im-ent, lonl Ifor tonl and vin-s forl class,
(if alt 1uereina 4411111li nd fishing IhI14
o)'t for 'hami dowin ito the war,
14n igrees toI' 1 4 to the! allies 1al
Geriinan lercliti ships of 1,600 tonls
gros Inid upwards; one-hal1f of Iler
hs (w111t wl 1110 and L000 ton4
gross, anld one-quarter. of her steam
ir11w-lrs and other (11iing hoals.
G;ermnty undlertakes to devote hier
econoinic iIesoul'es directly t tho
physical restoration (f the Iiuvade4
a reai s. Thi 1paratlonI g Conmission Is
athorized to reuietGlerthenay to I
plage the desroyed atihce1s by th ) d
livery of PnIIols, nncinery, et., ex
Isling In (.erinany, and to pintfacture
matlkerialls reqiuired for retconsti ictilonl
purp-Ioses; all1 wlth duie considerationk
for erneiiny's essential domeste re
(111411 r l1)4ll I 441S. i 14 4 iIle
The Gtorlyn governmtienlt Is also to
restore to lhe French governmIent cer
ain papers talken4 by the Germian3' f4'1
thorities lit 1870, belonging Onth to
Milureuer, and to restore thle Frenlch
liigs taklen t ie8ng the war of 1870
Miscellaneous Treaty Points.
Sectionls tenl to fifteen cover lite fol
orit aprid of six month)4s (ermany
shlall Itmptose no tail T duties higier
tha lite lowest in for e lin 1914g.
Aclled shipping m11111st enjoy Slin
tr crde of the allied and assoeiaed
poers shtall havefgulld librtaoinsm
fair compitninon and in Gericua t
tre tnsuganher coteratis are mail
conwatere tdipesoved goy thipswar-e
if pemiumd have fnom oreen palld.
The allied an assoated powers ih
mu isons or trities.lnigo
ceded 1le frm ha llctiuon ofther
worka under Vte fonrom Praghe, pow.
A'ircaf ofhte all4dtand aossociaed
pagead hlaInoer th etand cinierman
O450erany1418(014 mustgra t freo ofln
thni thru hr territor ie las by'41 may
r4is and11' mallcsom orkto anys tof
the saie'lor assoiated 4I' gowes wh-r
14ut1 customs or4114 tranti ties.'~i~ii
The'i Elbe,1'isii'r fr1m0th 1junctinl) fthe
OderlIl fromlh Opai, te Ni n from ,I~4
Grodno andi (the1Danube fro Ulm111I fre
ofhel 14h1ne andl~ thelC( MosIIiel'Ie are
p4lacedt4 underl~ the14 centrl ommllssaten
aregus to be ei~ 1 peritte tof build)4t
a e~e' draf Iine-Me ue ofanat i s
.s deires11 4 witini 25 year1 bs, 14n which
(4cse Germany muist coetngtruc the partI
wfthener teri~try on1C plan Octonbr
1010 at ssure Czecoslvaiacsst
the se splal I( frighae ielIn her
tile treatv Gernlnllll territory to tihe
West of the Ithi1ne, together with the
bridgeheads, will IIle occupied by Ill.
lied and assolnted troops for 15 years.
Th;e tayIs to become effetive Inl
aill resp ees fo r eacih power oin tie
date of deposIt iuon of Its I atllilAlou.
Two lirops of "Gets-It" Will lb it.
Ierhanld-carve, yottr1 to with a1
knif tryng o g: t rid Wf corn?0
Vr un stisxors and sinp oil pat
cf hw corn to)o ciU. to tit, (itck,
E0ver !1:!(.](u to wiih '"coll
"Cots-It" Putn Your POet i Clover
-It Ends Corns qQuickly.
t rat ions" an(d plasters as Ihough you
were packinzig a glass vase for parcel
post? iver Ise greasy oinlt llelts
that 111)t ofl ot your' stocking? Ever
Ilse sticky tape that. gets jerket off
-wheni youl pull your stocking off?
Kin d of foolish, when 2 or 3 drops of
on any corn or caltis gives
it a1 (Plick, pailiess, .peaceful, (ea(d
sutre funeral! Why putter and suffer?
"et s-It" stops corn pains, it lets you
twork, smile land dance, evei with
c011S. It's tile common-sense way,
tile only shillie, easy way-peels
cOlns off like a banana pe. Used
iby millions. It never fails.
"GCIs-I" the guaranteed, money
back orn-remov'r, the only su1re way,
cost s blt a Irilie at any drtg sto-e.
F'f'd by E. Iaawrence & ('o., Chicago,
So!d in Iartiells and reconmended
as the wold'i's 1)st corn l'eIfremdv by
Eurcka . aiurirens 1.g Co..
~ow Drui tCo. and Pitt nai;s ID-ug
Ban J( -
Wc are a
Our Bank is not too big to welcome small ac
counts but big enough to handle big business.
Come in and talk business with us. We shall wel
You.i wili feel safe in dealing with a member of the
Federal Reserve System of Banks, because we stand
together to protect our depositors.
We add 4 per cent. interest.
Make OUR bank YOUR bank.
The Enterprise National Bank
N. B. DIAL, President C. H. ROPER, Cashier
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