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Byrds, May 19.--We are having
some cool, nice %weather after so much
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hudgens were
FOR FRECKLES F
Girls! Make be,auty lotion for
a few cen -Try It!
Squeeze the Jul e of two lemons In
to a bottle conta lIg tliree ounces of
orchard white, pj. well, and you
have a qiarter pti of the best freckle
and tan lotion, ofd coniplexion beauti
fler, at very, ry smAll cost.
Your groee has the lemons and any
drug store oi toilet counter will sup
ply three ounces of orchard white for
a few cents. Mlassage this sweetly fra
grant lotion into the face, neck, arms
an( hands each lay and see how
freckles and blemishes disappear and
how clear, soft and rosy-white the
skin becomes. Yes! It is harmless
and never irritates.
I am Sincere! St(
I Guarantee D
Listen 'to me Calomcl sic
kay's work., If' bili
Every druggist in bu your
druggist and everybod Is ruggist
'has noticed a great falliyi -off in the
sale of calomel. They' 11 give the
same reason. Dodson'd Liver Tone
is taking its place.
'Calomel is dangerous and people
know it, while Dodson's Liver' Tone
is perfectly safe and gives better re
sults," said a prominent local drug
gist. Dodson's Liver Tone is per
sonally giranteed by every drug
gist who sells it. A large bottle
If you appreci
things you will lik
Its rising qualitie
the taste is delic
ferent from all
Order a sack fr<
We will also gr
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IS IT worth while to suff<
ache or poor vision whe
can be had at such small
We make a thorough ex
without cost, and if glad
them at the lowest possil
he guests of their aunt, irs. Geo.
3yrd last Friday.
Mr. and Zirs. D. A. Glenn visited
'clatives at Enoree last week.
Mrs. Kate Barksdale was the week
mnd guest of fMrs. Geo. Byrd and
Mir. R. B. Glenn and family spent
3uinday at Boyce's cross roads.
Mr. Clarence Barksdale, of Sumter,
isited his aunt, 'Mrs. Geo. Byrd, last
.Mrs. Tinsley, of Spartanburg, Is
pending the week with relatives here.
Mrs. Hugh Kennedy and Mr. D. A.
larksdale, were the guests of the
busses Byrd last week.
Mr. J. F. Jacobs, Jr., and several
)thers from Clinton, wore in our midst
ast Friday in the interest of the chau
atiua at Clinton from June 5 to 9.
Mrs. W. J. Mlartin and family spent
he week-end with her mother, -Mrs.
QHICHESTER S PILLS
' 111a1, DkMOND 1RAND.
IAdl sit A N yoIu In r
II.le In ted alid rnetatZic~~'
oxs, ea. ce wsith Iuo Ribtjbo. I
uyeaknown as Iest. Safest. Atways Rellat.to
SOLD BY DRUG"ISTS EVERYWHERE
>dson's Liver Tone
kens and you may lose a
>us, constipated or
?osts but a few cents, and if it fails
to give easy relief in every case of
liver sluggishness and constipation,
von have only to ask for your monev
Dodson's Liver Tone is a pleasant
asting, purely vegetable remeNdy.
liarmless to both children and adilt.
Pake a spoonful at night and wake
ip feeling fine; no bi iousness, sick
'eadache, acid stomach or consfi
pated howels. It doesn't gripe all
,he next day like violent calomel.
ate the better
e FLavo FLour.
3 are better and
ious. It is dif
m us t, ay.
ind wheat and
~r nfxvye ache, head
n Iief is so near and
amination of the eyes
ses are needed, furnish
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.ATTS MILLS NEWS. *
Watts Alills, May lif.--Miss 31elvie,
the charming young daughter of Mr.
and 'MIrs. C. R. Landers, was married
to Mr. W. M. Wood on Friday after
noon, May 1th at the residence of
the officiating minister, Rev. C. T.
Squires of Laurens.
The young couple have many friends
who awish for thei much happiness
On last Thursday morning, lay 15,
1ir. G. .1. Gwvinn, aged 71 years, died
of paralysis at his home here. He had
been in declining health for the past
8 years, having had the lhst stroke
at Ihat time. Ile was buried at Watts
Alills cemetery on Friday, following.
Tle funeral service was con(luc'ted by
Rev. W. F. Johnson, of Laurens. Air.
Owinn was a splendid citizen. a lov
lig father and kind husband, and will
bo greatly missed by his many friends
and relatives. - IHe also leaves a widow
aind eleven grown children to moun
his departire. This is the first deati
that ever occurred in this family.
'ihe singing school, which is being
taught here by Prof. .T. A. Bray. of
Greenville, has been in session during
the past weck and will close next Sat
urday night. Mlay 2ithi .with a musical
concert consisting of both vocal and
Instrumental music. A numbeir of pro
fessors are expected to be present,
among them, Prof. Gresham and wife.
Prof. Poole, Prof. 11111, of Greenville,
and a number of other splendid sing
ers from different places. Everybody
is invited to 'attend. Admission fee
only 10 cents.
ir. and Irs. G. E. MNoore visited
relatives at this place on last Thurs
'Mirs. M\. C. Davis and lisses Nora
and Frank (Davis, of Greenville. and
Mrs. D. D. Davis, of Woodruff. all were
guests of \i'. and Mrs. W. E. Burns
Saturday and Sunday.
\Ir. Dave "row, of Fountain Inn,
visited relatives here on Sunday.
Come again Dave. yuir presence Is
welcomed here yet.
-1. '\. loore and family, also Prof. .1.
A. Bray motored to Ware Shoals on
Thursday and spent *a pleasant day
n Ith friends and relatives.
1tev. II. IHaydock has becn attenld
ing the Soiutliern Baptist Convenltion
whicih has .been in session du tin e
past week in Alanta. Ga.
In the absence of Pastor llaydock,
ir. Albert To(dd, of Lmairiens, tilled
the( pulpit here on Sunday miorntinm.
and gave a very iiteresting talk on
Rev. W. 1). L". Bald win also Illied the
plpit n Suinday night and preached(
ani excellent serIliont.
SettlI kiiiemits for Soldiers in Southi.
Washington, Mlay 17.-Establisli
ment of community settlements for
soldiers, with especial attention given
sucih projects in the Southern states,
is provided in a bill whicl will be in
tr0(du(ced in the ioitse Mlonday by
Rlepresentative M\ondellI of Wyoming,
11 epiubdliean floor Ileader. :indi ehairimani
of the steer'ing committee. The 1b111
prlovidles for' an aippriopr'iat ion of $500,('
000,O00 to be adiiin ister'ed by the See
i'etary of the I nter'ior. Th'le mecas
ur ie is said to have the endlorsemnent
of the var'iouis government agencies
and civ'ic organizations interestedt in
Gernman Epiiscopate Appea4'ls to Pope.
Rlome, Fr'iday, M\ay 1G.-The entir'e
German episcopate has addrlIessedl a
petition to the Pope pr'aying for his
good offices to mitigate the condhitions
of peace awhich, in their judgment, it
is "impossible to fulfill." Pope 11('ne
die't with a v'iew to cooperating in
the apeedy r'e-establishment of a last
ing and( human itar'ian p~eace thr'oughi
out the wor'ldi, has taken steps to com
miuniente the pet ition to one of the
most impor'tant delegations at the
peace conference with the object to
having the ('onditions imp~osedl on Ger'
many so modlifleed as to make themii
You Do More Work,
You are more ambitious aind you get more
enjoyment out of everything when your
blood Is in good condition. Impurities In
the blood have a very depressing effect on
the system, eausing weakness, laziness,
nervousness and sickness.
OROVE'S TASTE3LESS Chill TONiC
restores Energy and Vitality by Purifying
and Enriching the Blood. When you feel
its strengthening, invigorating effect, see
how it brings color to the cheeks and how
it Improves the ap~petite, you will then
appreciate its true tonic value.
UROVE'S TASTELESS Chili TONIC
is not a patent medicine, it is simply
IRON and QUININE suspended in Syrup.
So pleasant even children like it. The
blood needsQuinine to Purifylit and IRON
to Enrich it. These reliablo tonic prop
erties never fail to drive out Impurities in
The Strength-Creating Power of GROVE'S
TASTELESS Chili TONIC has made it
the favorite tonic in thousands of homes.
More than thirty-five years ago, folks
would ridesa long distance to get GROVE'S
TASTELESS Chill TONIC when a
member of their family had Malaria or
needed a body-building, strength-giving
tonic. The formula is just the same to
day, and you can get it from any drug
store. 80e per bottle.
Big Increase in
M OTORISTS today are buying
Here is a condition that is let
.-for Fisk visible value stands oc
longer life, more distinctive appear
In every line of business there is
and shoulders above the average. Exp
tires, and they know the superior milet
You'll like the type of dealers wh<
men who know comparative values in t
those who serve their public.
The Fisk dealers i
ter Laurens, S. C.
You know you're
you spread Karo on a
Lots of body, full
delicious sweetness -
There Are Thre
"Crystal White"--in the Red Can;
"Maple Flavor"-the new!'
and a rich Maple Tai
IMPORTANT TO YOU--Ever
ize bearing numbora onl an I
1II1~ Jseautifully ill.
Fisk Sales Due to
lity and Value
tires on the basis of actual results.
iding to a great demand for Fisk Tires
it today in terms of greater mileage,
ance and greater tire economy.
always one product that stands out head
erienced motorists know the difference in
ige and wear delivered by Fisk Tires.
specialize in Fisk Tires-alert, foreseeing
res, and who know that success comes to
a this community have a message for you.
ext time -Buy Fisk
tAGE L. B. FRIDAY & CO.
Gray Court, S. C.
eating Syrup when
rour pancakes. )
cf flavor and a rich
- there 's no mistaking
e inds of Karo
"Golden Brown" in the Blue Can;
aro with plenty of substance'
;te--in the Green Can.
enn of I'Krzre is marked with exact weight
Do not be rnisled by packages of similar
having r~ relation to weight of contents.
The new 68-pago Corn Products Cook
B~ookc tella you how to make the most
declicious Karo Candies easily and quickly.
strated nynd it is FR EE. Writo us today for it.
Products Refining Company
0. Box 161, New York City
T. BI. NORRI3
art Building, Atinnt:., Ca.