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IFT OFF CORNSI j
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 stols hutrting, then you lift
it right out. Yes, magic!
A tiny bottle of Freezone costs but
a few cents at any drug store, but is
sutfliieit to remove every hard corn,
soft co! 1n. or corn between the toes,
and the calluses, without soneness or1
Frenzow' is the sensational discov
cry of a Cincinnati ;zenius. It is won
Always Ask for Genuine
"Bayer Tablets of Aspirin"
Only Aspirin Tablets viti Me safety
dlaer Cross" on thei are genuine
"layer Ta-tilis of Aspirin," owned and
made by Amerlicans and proved safe
'by llilliolZ of people. t'nknown quan
tities of frauduilenit Aspirin Tabots
wer soh( re1ce ntly by a Biookiyni (eal
el 'which proveI to be coiposed most
ly of TalIc uma Powder.
"layer Tablts of Aspirin" should
awsheaskedl for. Then lookc for
th( safmy "1ayer Cross"' on the pack
4 apl oi each tablet. Accept noth
ing Isc. Proper dilreel iolls an(
do5: '1 ill each lI ayer package.
.\5piriln is th11 tradIe m1alk of Mayer
Alanonfact I of Alononeechidester of
Mrs. F. M. Jones, of
Palmer, Okla., writes:
"Fronm the titne I en
tered into womanhood
. . I looked with dread
from one month to the
next. I suiffered with my
back and bearing-down
paina, until life to me was
a misery. I would think
-I could not endure the
pain any longer, and I
gradually got worse. .
Nothing seemed to help
me until, one day, ...
I decided to
"1I took four bottles,"
] Mr's. Jones goes on tol
say, "and was not onlyj
'greatly relieved, but can'
truthfully say that I have
not a pain...
"It has now been two
years since I took Cardul,
and I am still in good
bealtht. . . I would ad
vise any woman or girl
to use Cardui who is a
sufferer from any female
i you suffer pain caused
from womanly trouble, or
if you feel the need of a
good strengthening tonic
to build up yourrun-down
system, take the advice
of Mrs. Jones. Try Car
dul. it helped ther. We
believe it will help you.
ARE BEING BUILT
Staite Warehouse Commnissioner E-sti
mates Thirty Warehouses be Added
Columbia, July 6, V. C. Smith, state
warehouse comnissioner, who has
been urging farners to build ware
houses this summer, said yesterday
that from indications to date lie
thought thirty additional warehouses
would be put Into the state system
this summer. The state cotton ware
house system closed the 1918-1919 sea
son with 276 licensed warehouses lit
South Carolina. These warehouses
could not hold all of the cotton which
farmers wanted to store in the state
systern from tihe 1918 Crop. In an ef
fort to prevent this froin happening
in 1919-1920, Commissioner Smith has
beel condttctiig a carnpaign to indlice
farmers to build plantation or corn
mni nity warehouses this sutinier l mid
put thel into the state warehouse
.r. Smith sail yesterday Ihat. he
wanted to see the capacity of the cot
ton wa rehouses iI tilt state systin in
creased by 500,000 before tlie next.
1otl tn seasont opened, 1lid t he lrefei
Ible way to g,,t this increa5sed caatcity I
iwzas for farliners to buii tihis sit1n1irer
plantation or ('olimuinity wareliuses
ecltling" down thev cost, or bilingli by,
uising their fain11 hands ol the coI
situction work 'during wel wea liter
wlien work in he fielis is inillossible.
.1. S. Wannanuaker, of St. .lath I ews,
prI-slent of the A merican Cotton As
sociatiiot, has estinaledI thiat, "colintry
(iannage" ca used a loss of 6.3 per en(lt.
on the cotion crop of 1i18. oin this
basis, the farliners of Soulh Carolina
lost on theli 1918 crop of 1,5)00.0110
bales Ithe staggering suin of $11,175,
001, aCcotint. laniage to bales of cotton
lf'it ill the weather.
Otn Mr. Wa ti na In a1ker's esti'mate, tlie
loss per hale for "country liamage"
t n11101111ted on tlie avelage to 11.5
polnls worthI $9. 15 to 30 cets. The
average cost of warehousing and in
;Itr ing a bale of cotton aga inst fire
for six moionths inl the stalte watchouse'
system is less thtan half this averige
loss per bale otn tIhe ettire 191, cro
caise'l by "cotilry (lai".
1 lowever, I he averiage "contil y lan
age" loss lock bale oni l.iht INSi crop Ji.;
no( a fair index to the actional loiss o
ilividInal lois of' wvatler (aiinag
cotion as is shown by tih following
instanes whic ha ve latly coie to
(tlt attentioll f Co itnissin r Siniih.
A fariner 11cently sold 11; hale; of
cottonl whlich werei left inl thillahe
atr ginn.Thetten wehr
(iainatal cottonl inl t his 11 amolilltel
to 2 '1111 ills or over four hales.
'T'le loss in illolly aii tittl to $aInII
a " 11 't s a 1bo1tI. This farmIter
colilhI h1v wareslloll his 1; bale. ;i
ahliulost any warehouse in th' state sys
it-i, himl there beeni rooml for it, for,
six years for $W6 l 111a t he SIII
liie it would halve ben-i inisurlle
a aitist fit-.
bA hl's of i-on '.1 t welk (Ii o fo t Oil
iid toi C.C0I ltuiis , at loss at :m :ents
a Poundlit iif .$2,25.. I li iht lavi lilt
his holes ini a staHt'e waehouiise, 1tus
Pro1 t ltig it tirlom the' weathert and1
a Iainst tire, Lw-Il it i liert for th i x .
nionth hs il lay t otItig ini his yardt anil
htaed ait lea;tst $1.1% ofII th $2,".~. ill
.\ltrI. Slijt h poinled Out yesterd(ay
t hat withl tile rinotval of all governi
iieite lla nt ation tio ltll comuity ware
hiouse's ant douCt t hem in0to the State
wi'arhose Sy:,t :,I therebehy at oiig
"coun1 try3( damtag"' Onl tilt 19II P rop.
Fietnds anad r'elat ives of .\lrt. anid
.lrs. T. I.oiobo galthured at t heit'
homie last Satulrday li tocbrte~t. their'
libidys, .\ir. Illho bel ing 53 and1
.\is. Iloho S l. A hong table( wasO phlaced
out itulci' thle large oaks and weie
coveted withI good things to eat. Aft er
prayer 1by theit' IIaistor', llev. W. I".
eastI tat Is hard i'l0t writo abtot.
Ailonig t hose p resentI wats a soni fi'oin
Nashvtillec, Ari'i., who hadn't been
W"arI. lie takes greal prilde in ixihnt
In g a siIvei' w'atech wih hble took from
a dlead Yankee oil the battleflel (if
G (et tysbu rg. Mlay tis3 good coiupie livet
to Cljoy tany~, more' annllttI occasions
"W. 1'. J1."
Grand Prize ates
Write for C~talone,
TME REMINGTON ARMSH~ UJ C.ift
Work and (Alorious Achievement of
llilment ltveemenized byv Chief Oil.
Columbia, July 6i.---Governor Cooper
today received from Colonel J. M. Ma
rioun a citation for gallantry of the
I17th engineers which regiment Col.
Johnson commanded. The citation
is frot Major General W. C. Langlicid
chief engincer of the American forces
in France, and reads:
"1. Upon the departure of (lte 117th
engineers from France and from the
American. expeditlonary forces, the
chief engineer desires to thank 'Colonel
J. 11. Johnson and the oflicers and men
of his Command for the valuable ser
vices which tiey have rendered to the
"2. TPhe reg ienit ias participated
in all the engagemtlelts of the 42nd
division, frequently operating Wilh
bravery and dash as infantry, and
yet always attending to its Iroper en
gileer d(ties in providing ways of
comInuntlltient loll wi itouti, which no di
visi;onl eal win hattles.
"3. In partlellar it is desired to
invitle at tntion to the very remarh
able and valuable eluineering work.
the Corduroy road across ho Hari val
loy. W ith insul1livientl tools, Wilit(n
sititable iatermit . aft days of hard
nuir11ching with nio food and no sloop,
the initiativm resourcefulness, an.l
wonderful "do or dli(" sirit (if y-our
oliCers and men 'nabledi you to eon
sitrtni a way for Iho artIle":' and sIl)
plies across the 1I1ar ValIIcy marsh
which hel i t utt il Corps troops
eould secure plank from Souilly or
more perianent plank road later
"I. Ilegiments sneh as the lith
engineers have refleeld great honer
upon th1 engineer service and Ithough
you I wish to express to thte entire
reziment my thanks and apprecia
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.\laldl en. .11y 7.- -Th glorii s
Fourth apill I d off iioly and with nio
accidentls. Sevecral fandlices went on
fishins teto Icur'sions. Others p11ut, in is
'ay killing a.Th chap it wur
houst w ntowl n late14 i1 1 thI afteiroonl
nlo ake l n 10111 Ie ill tlolmi s pond. The.
111(11mor1'y of o fat poind will b a briahi
.ticbo in the1ir chibdhood mitory.
Mlis,; I ho a lI lenry, t :1 ., Irea tIs, ia S
spenling awhile with her auit, ls.
.li Ikan. S1 as a l o 1e O 1 '1C siIH whilt'
Iwi-e, of h1rlit hy frie, nadi. and
Wihina P inley.
.\bhn is l .h i ds s ient thie
Pol urth t with (;uts and Toit iofford.
Thl boys' lovfi of adveInture. wast'li
lied by shq-pingr two ( night.; Indianl
Itylewith, ow t roid for a ed andl
thf i ky for Il nket, with a pile of
rocks as hies aS. was a pk l fI'5:or a
means of d 'fn . .T . .. .a ow bue.
ss.hie .htagers.atl rthr 1.(.
a ir. ta(n'd .\is .iohn A ston. (om
tovisitd reltisatd'res Albr aund
Ndt'. .\.lts. Brn' nd ue, a. week
NAir.a.s. . hnliiok.ord of Ilo aean
welltf ~ nit hhorhood.il onra t: rt yeno
"barge foi tir and \lYtd .l.ii A. W(Olord
't here'i 11 ('i's (I ' nie loyd nd hinIe
Iunt fiedwh a re0( t''e aIcwas ald to
lithe and Slthe etter(1~ il tU'
la.nild srid geefull. wataou lastolI~
.li nss \l 11( .\'ain an (' brother, .l. ('.,
ar hexteId in mhington. .l,
to vi'ida'heril bendartsuw' .\tr.'an
Mrt. ,. it. Finle, andt ulte isoG. II
"ad T.o L Panly.aiiotcn .ekle
a.irs. ,T .A. te toaft'o d f t is ofce andt
cirt last wert ad .\isit i (l'ow
e. nfiLaurens, willIfor a par'.ty in o-1
Ailas Woffor tol take ive hr dils
wharetr the avyt and wtiltle acoim
iamny thnm isack tt hoeuatle viI
The lcallOerianof o'nets aithn finley11
had ai ngood Iffct.1 i lite ta' le tn be
atg the arrtatio Whdnsdayol and Thtflt
day. e t toi gleefully (tolthis forn
woandsonsc time twent wvek. i i
ao r Ielping, Blind Blin his Prorui. "Well,
hoysn' you'lve tot hurry. ip r your e
Friday, This Week
This is Miss Nesbit's last Picture on the
Fox Program and is considered
Her Best so far Produced
Children 1 Oc. Act ults 20c.
(Including War Tax)
I Col. H. V. Simpson Plan tion Of 555
Acres Near City Limits to be
Sub-divided and Sold
o all White Persons who are seeking homes tlat will
have the advaitages of" both town am( rural life 'an1d others
who are seeking for good investments, we wish to announce
hat wve have purchased from Col. H1. Y. Simpson his form
of 555 ac, two miles from the Public Sqare, with nearly
a mile frontage on the road from Laurens to Princeton-the
first road of the county to be top-soiled- and will sub-divide
it to suit the purI'asIer; sell it to iii at livate sale, and
on easy ternis.
This farn contains four dwellings and is well watered.
It lies Well and each sub-divisionA- will have a frontage and
good building site by the top-soil road. For your choice of
these valuable tracts, see us at once.
Laurens Trust Company
D. E. TODD, Real Estate Manager