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Girls! Make be.tuty lotion for
a few'cents-Try It!
Squeeze the ju Icc of two lemons in
to a bottlo conuaining three ounces of
orchard Ihite, shake well. and you
have a (i1rter Iint of the best freckIL
and tan lotion, and conplexion beauti
fier. at ve-y. very small cost.
Your grocer has the letnons and any
drug store or toile; counter will sup
1!y thrie ounes of orchard white for
a few ctnts. Massagec this sweeily fra
Lrant lotion into the face. n'ch. alrms
and 1 ands each day and see how
freekis and bIlemishes disarm ar and
how clear. soft and rosy-wi:ite the
skin bii. ('conyV . Y, S It i larmriless
andl never irritates.
IS Y0UR FARM FOt SALE I
If you have any land for sale. either
improved farms or unimproved acre
age, we may be able to find you a pur
chaser if you will list it with our
We are rccelving a large number of
inquiries about farming opportunities
in this State and it is the purpose of
the C. & W. C. Rilroad to prepare a
comprehensive list of lands for sale
located along its line, to be distribuit
ed among prospective settlers. and all
persons having such ;roperty. for sale
are urged to co-operate with the un
dersigned, in ordc r that accurate and
reliable data may be !.laced In the
hands of prospective hoineseekers
making Inquiry about farming oppor
tunities in your community.
A blank form will be mailed you up
en application, asking'for the specific
There is no charge for this service.
W. W. CROXTON.
Room 5, Terminal Station Bldg.,
37-tf Atlanta. Ga.
SCHOLARISIIIP AND ENTRINCE
The examination for the award of
vacant scholarships in Winthrop
College and for the admission of
flow students will be held at the
County Court House on Friday. July
*th. at 9' a. in., and also on Saturday,
Julv ;th. at !' a. i.. for those who wish
to make up by examinations additional
units required for full admission to
the Freshman Class of *his institution.
The e'xamina tion on Satuday. Jul y
I). will be used only for makingr ad
mission units. The scholarships will
hw awarded upon the examnation held
on Friday, July 4th. Appliants must
-not he' le5 12. 2 tha sxen :year o5(f are.
\'hen scholar-lips ar- vm-ant aftr!r
-: . 4th thy wi:l1)h. a-warded0 a hose
mlakinlz tilt- hih t av rau atIex
inton. s proxt'iledt i- tn i (i t
it lt f ih( ofr info.
Oni snt l ofis asuen irel 1
1(15h Carltina. t i or t:X1 11 alcinl
oa 4(mll thitax recpths an reg- i
dt li hiooli lear! to a eqied inr
hol' purpoie ate ', n i ad tw~n
iord is hereb writene upon Itind there
(io. 'sder gin th e h nlad ion-h
al tax shal June a t.alt Pota pinn
tehol ''Ou'' itte sad i'rictner
htniananr 1n(n1 of shaleprn true ourai
op rsonclo Inroe fortaxton and a
weib01itihtir the hri (nd reg
'trheattcrtiates a retiuihere in'
tfhegnra election hal cont alloe
atixsa oot halilrtndontainon thera
wiord "Ythin wItt day threaftedr. -
thewor "O"dt ofr'ittnyorortd.
We8o'lc anrte disrnordshl
rfor te Caill c h cr in4o'l
enos, anCherblot c~ ,ono-d
The, trusteenhalie, porater
Wouh ldio be pleedt ator
andendn capitalogue o anuy n
frenile Cadillac C.
La Suhen Union Pick- 47
ne, reev lle, Spar
MATERIALISM AND SPIRITUALITY
GerInan kltitur, wllel was over.
thrown by the war, exists in this couu-.
try in the forma it' naterillsin. Now
mnaterialisin is nit to he despised. but
it is to he if It is not associated with
Spirituality. lI entise it atsi not iu,
Germany is wit. brought on the war;
and beenise it n its nore or less tunit
ed with spi ritiality in this country Is
what insidred 2.000,0i men to cress
the seas to crush kultur. No nation
that is ciOpletely miaterillzed can
rule the world, says Ohio State Jour
nal. Men are not going to be gov.
erned by imatter or by knowledge
which is tihe expression of that mat
ter. For 20 years the gospel of ma
teriallsin )a(d been preached bly Haeck
et and his crowd, and here are 5,000,
000 graves that lire the fruIt of it.
Throu.411 materialism the divinity of
God gave wity to the divinity of kings.
Religion was pushed aside as needless.
Plengure. power and philosophy were
the triumvirate that was to drive spir
ituality from thme earth. Materialism
Is the anti-Christ of modern times.
There is plenty of it all around us, Be
careful or you will step on it.
Nothing but a devastating world
war would have brought the peoples
of the earth to the point of seeing and
admitting the futility of the old sys
tem of national license to sn!ay and
plunder at will and of secret allances
for defense and offense. They now
see that complete ruln lies that way
and the world must have guaranties
of justice and liberty and peace to
save elvillzation, says St Lonis Post
Dispatch. From this standpoint the
greatness and horror of the struggle
were blessings. They have led to an
international league against war. It
is the star of hope-ma check on the
strong and unscrupulous and a bil
work for the weak. It promises pro
tection for all peoples from the horror
of war and the shackles of slavery.
Many employers have the mistaken
idea that the United States etMploy
ment service is irerely a clearing
house for skilled and common labor.
This is a mistake, as it caters to every
class of labor, Including professional,
clerical ani siles. Employers can
list their needs with the service, and
if lie mn wnnl ail ire available they
will be referre- linmediaely. Many
well-qualllied professionni men have
been put In commnuniention with good
location-s through the service. A sur
vey of the pir e-linal needs of thle
state was mad reimntly by the offico
tit Toi'l-ka, find as a result many Coim)
mnuniItie4s which nii'ded doctors. den
tists 41 lawyers, now have mnen fIlling
Admiral Vl Tir.itz !s repor*-d to
be residing Inl a sinill cottage at Wltd
vgw, in the enint (n (if Aargau, near
Zurich, SwItziemi rlo. a hankrupt. Tn
jnwntioning i4ol l f the Von TtrpiItz
typti. it 9"nms it 1!0le strange, lu vtew
(if everything. thiat they are nol re
ferreod to in the 41k1platelleS as fugi
ives froto justico'. On the coratntry,
there nmppear's !- lI' an o!?vrt to arouse
syilipthy fort them.I
tbusl inesis menO re-mii ze tat ie a i l.
ablle sumpply if hais~c materia n' for
human use arid (iosumnpdon iu flmny
t imes) less t hani thle '? "~ i ni-ed
for Eornri years to (com~e. TL".i it thu
Inevitable result (if foum years G. aa
temaic destruction without replenish
mnet in every quarter of thei glob~te.
Retailers of foodstuffs loweir their
rices to meet c-hantging condittons
with great reluctance. If consumners
wuill watch the newspapers and insist
thiat their grocers follow the prince
trendio, considerable relief w!U he
affordled and profiteering wiDl be
snubbed up short.
When the worlod Is settled. ts first
work will be to grapple with t>.e probe
lem of bolshevism, or anarchy. That
cult is fast arriving at the proportione
Iof. a world Jiltg-le. to be stamped outl
at any ('ost If ci'.ilization ad ovr
hmenlt are to survive.
The aut'irnobile Is playing hatvoo
with the Sons of Rtest In tbis mail
towns. Bly puittflng the livery stable
(out of bine~i(ss theire i Go *(tracytive
lonlalg ilaoce left wheire they may sit
andio wiiittle w'hiil' 0raitlng for the
tramins to pass t rough.
Biritish army doctors chaims to have
dIscov'eredl a new dilsease whiieb they
(tall enOc(phalitR lethargicsa. So far
as we're c'oncerned'4 the new disease
with thatt namte migbt just as weli
have remained undiscovered
The great piroiblem of the next des
a(de wiillibe to oblIterate the estrange
mient that has come to exist between
mankind aend flee plowhanddea.
Ultimately the tractor plow and as
intelligent anld piurpostu wornan
kind wAl unite andl talke bold of agi
culture und sitve and10 glority it.
Most of the economie sorrow which
a nation suffers 'arises from the greed
of men tryiing to sneak selfisb advas.
tag.. over others for nennt
BALANCE OF TRADE.
We di not expeet to see the hal.
nance of trade agaiilinst the United
States for afiny years liless an at
MIcpt is muade here to keep I) tle
exoritant prices people are paying
for labor and for proilticts. Europe
never needed our raw naterials miore
th Ini sie ieveds them no tw, an d our
manufactured prdiaets are anl will
continue to be In great deiiia lid there,
says Florhi a 'iirines-Union. III tihe
course of years the haitl ance of trade
inay turn slightly again st us, It it
It will not turn until another genera
toi g rows Up and re111 ipairs tle hi a vy
inroads the war imade on labor. Ile
fore the outbreak iof tle war the debit
bsala nce against the United Staties
11rnouniiited to six or eight 111111ll dol.
1a rs. Now tlie credit balance In our
favor is put at ten billion ('olltrs.
This ehaige of sixtiln or eight(en hil
lion dollars in our flinancal relations
to tle world mnay uItImately Jmake a
cliane in the relitive value of our
imports and exports. Every creditor
nation Iuports more heavily than It
exports. but this does not lessen home
proluction. It only means the people
are able to buy luore and consuue
"The grentest waste in the world,"
says an educator, "is the waste of In
fluence." In one respect human per
sonality is like the iaterit of which
the world is composed, for we are told
that every material gives out to the
rest of the world minute particles of
itself. Every person, willingly or not,
seids out his Influence into the world.
There Is a difference, however, be
tween the influence (if matter and of
personality. Ordinarily, persons de
termine the nature of their influence.
Mere inatter cannot do this. Usually
we cannot control the quantity of their
influence, hut its quality we may de
termine. Each of us possesses a mar
velous capneity for influencing those
about us. If we make that influence
bad, we waste this wonderful power;
if we make it good, we aid appreci
ahly in the fine process of making the
Between 1S70 and 1S90 the purchas
ing power of the annuail Income of the
average family (if Ameriea increased
40 per cent; from 18SO to 1,0), 53 per
cent; from 180 to 11,N), 37 per cent;
frol 1900 to 1910, 1:1 ler cent; from
1(910 to 1918, althoivhi there are yet
no offieial data, :thout 21 lir cent,
sys Nqv Yo'rk Tribune. In .-n y ears,
u iih sho rtier ho'umr leir dlay. rea:l wag's
'. r 1,.i nl . h .'liv in
be a r.: r-6 -;;;r -w i-ie f.,r the
w r r, ), h t it llw
Ie t p r rl in the nel, u h
-h n a.0r I (f- 'an relin ey MA tha
- ' ha n canir it bin ig'ti ar
l~u'l iulj' l in wtht dulaneI' thar
to ws" N'y ria . ii:.- won-rL rallari
lu~i~i.ol s o i:- :ls:!til" 'if the
tong s .ojilliy te~ ight- if
rthe tis' -dii a craph.(
Theasclre ofle narhe n'uhiithat
12mntin' says bleN- 1:ut in ig o
ben subjin gt1'wit huut daneri co sther
(iu dsiNg rlioat verging eni ex
t t les-iuth as tetap're find
in-i rn tnolral"bured no r lawg Thati
civilizng yotower to'nerer wt
oThes doesnic busiess. i no
worryi neo(' styits for1051 the cxin
12~l ictaor the fationa dssth
lai oen oflidychnt aiorer e"uare t
cbes spighlyl ot beesfhing iospicu
iuh, dhhing wlihoriuIt verg in ust ex
reminniI yotfunihtemalln fa nd
tdinsinrnd, butdihre'ns In law lie
cThe farers.anlu g ~ovnent to nst
landying toveray thisposlnf the'x
gual i dactatr t fll-r to (i deth
swerd inod a n hwsiiifrmr Ieidmpaire
t har to suie.n l~c)utywl
TEgyn sa to furrih girl farmtte
tolisrrge tioandAersanxirls. toe
epmie farelive. The moveset tois
land cn to wt, heh sofn war quck
gn'rnh, is a lilnstelii trnrain ofthe
moh thean onher and the (lontr wof
Tey snnothe rinh. grsnebt
Iites rithan cAmertoanegrich, Itei
not aheineve it. Their gutItis an kowt
coue iten bas Idel ari wnyorthlef The
would onlyo turiy ro 1'hr
ly.n, but onu ertor gainsch
We now offer you an Overland "90" Five Passenger
Touring Car for
$985.00 f. o. b. Factory
A car that will certai ly g' e you pleasure as well as
satisfaction. Over 6 0, 0 now running and giving
their owners perfect s isfaction. Come to our show
room and we will be glad to go over this little wonder
with you. All Overland Parts carried in Stock.
Wilson- Overland Co.
"On The Square"
MILEAGE GUARANTEE INCREASED
Diamond "gq eegee" Tires
The Diamon ire and Rubber Com..
pany has announc d an increase in guar
anteed mileage from 3,500 to 6,000 miles
on fabric tires, and from 6,000 to 8,000
miles on cords.
Laurens. S. C.