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cause. Let us remember these sad
dened homes and remember the homes
from which the 70.oo other boys
went out, to which they will leveri
return )?catise disease and death ov
ertook them in camp. On this day,
and on similar succeeding days, let
us re-dedicate our lives to the cause
for whh they gave their lives;. No
'words that we can say can add on
bit of glory to their remembrance.
the deeds that they have perforned and
the lasr mei asur- of sac rifice that they
have made. ia riute more loquent
thn h an word van giv 4. Hut in
this :4olmn ,r'Yenc1 lt 1is remeew
"lor th ut h they av, ande th..
bloo(l thy ;ave;
Folr th ir . '-! II I-h- th ' a: ou.r
'or ev'ry marked or namecle
T 4. a : b' . f and .:trailht Swit.
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Fm 0 or ii
Adi.a w:d mada i."
No Worms in a liealthy Child
All children troubled with worms have an un.
healthy color, which indicates poor blood, and as a
rule, there is mnore or less stornach disturbnnce.
GROVES TASTLLESS ch ill TONIC given regularly
for two or three weeks will enrich the hood, hn
Prov" the digestion, and act a; a General Strength -
ening Tonic to the wh c syitern. Nature will then
throw off or dispel the worrns, and the Child will Le
ia Lerfect I -alth. Pleasant to iuake roc ier botl.
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Enoree, May 10.--The unusual
(uiet that reigns in and around Eno
ree this beautiful May day Is indica
tive of thes accustomed manner In
which the mill people stick to their
jobs, and the earinestness with which
the farmers take advantage of the
oppoiittunity of preparing and piunt
Ing for the harvest.
Gardens are very backward this
year and the prospect for early vege
tables is not very encouraging. How
ever, our siecial, or perhaps we should
, our professional horticulturist,
. . Isryson and J. J. Welborn. are
as usual well up in their gardens.
The Red Mlen, of whom there is a
strong lodge here, in their Inimitable
ho-pitality, ordetred a banquet on
Saturday vevninig at which many of
thl-ir frienlds were honored guests.
Ainolg t he I nvited guests were .\lr.
111, ex-solecitor. and prospectiv
(:nWddat( for conaress, of Spartan
burg, .Mr. Crom o er of I'n ion, and \r.
\ii w ao Ilinton. These gentle
toen all itmade entertaining and well
lie veld addresses. .\lr. Grahai. our
muc biloved presidlent, of reen
ville, was exIeeted, but to the regret
o all, lhe cold not he preseint. Mr.
lippiard. the General Manager, al
ways a ready second to Mr. Graham.
was present and zpoeke words of ch-r
and good will to the craft.
Misses l)rumnond and liiggins
eloseqd their school last Friday, or
Neie properly spaking it was dosed
by limitation. They surmned pu
pils, patrons and a few Invited guests
to the Gentry Springs, and mude us
all enjny an abundance of well pre
pared picnic viands. While we were
enloying these thing some of the
trustees got busy and arranged with
these accomplished young ladies for
an extra month of their valuable time.
They resumed their duties at the
school room this morning. These
young ladies are deservedly ;)opular
with trustees, patrons ,and children.
Rev. C. 1. Prince baptized and re
ceived Into the Baptist church Sun
day morning, 22 candidates, and Rev.
J. T. .liller baptized and received 7
candidates into the Methodist church
the previous Sunday.
The third ouarterly conference of
EInoree charge is announced for Bram
lett ciiurch Saturday, the 15th in.at
anld Sunday following. Rev. E. S.
J on es, the i rening elder of Spar
tanb urg di.ric will he)( presient to
prevach am! ;e:~e
It is a source of great satisfaction
tllthe peopleI. of iinorov and~ 12anford.
: vs 1 w :.a th.1- tr-I~o llnai ntbli tel
s-ee the wolk of grading and tolpsoil
ing the roadl between hanford and
['noree goiig steadily on. Some of
Is never will forget tle horrible mud
wivi has so effectially separated
tils v two towis ont rainy (lays.
",er 11 P rinlce andI( Mr. St.Clair
left ftr New York this mornnlug. Af
ter sponlding a few (lays in the great
inetropolis they will returi to Wash
ington, 1). C., anl take in the Hapt ist
con velt ion.
.lMr. Clark, .\r. A. T. Cooper and
Mrs. N. C. Power are ont the sick liis.
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Ekom, NWay 16.- -A gloom of sadness
was cast over otr comunitty last
Friday morning when the news came
that .Alrs. JAne Culbertson had passe:1
away. She had been confined to her
hed since the 3rd day of last .Jlanuary.
She bore lher affliction with patience,
amtl was always cheerful antd ready to
smile. She was 'a woman of many
am iable traits of character, 'was a
ways ready to help anyone in (istress
and especcially to visit the sick. She
vill he greatly 111ised in her hole aid
comlunity and church. She was faith
fill to h(r' clrti'eh amid wis always in
ier place there on all occasions, un.
less provilentially hindiered. -We tel
dl(rly symllpatlhize witll tle reavid
We vore also shocked Su. .:iy to
iear of tI(, dleatlt of .\lr'. .1. II. Wof.
forid of Ala(ei. Another goold am
isefiul wvolliall gonle to lier rewan. \\'
also sy p t ize ithl her loved onle.
day. Ilie teacher, Aliss's Lizzie a .1
.\a rga ret Asie, leaviiig for thei
ThI(e conitty ellaill.Lalg hias benl itn
oll' sectioln for thle it st week at woIr
oli ni our iroils, an 1( e a~,b re viry glad( to
reOi ib:ii we will 5000 11 iar a liil'
r'oad Iithrogh t his settiion at last. And
we feel mlrt itha111t (everyone wilt feel
gratefuli to Air. Watts andlu hi.: to
workers~ for this great favori.
Alr. and1( .\lis, i'd. Aulais anid litf b
dautghlter, .\lary i-:llen , visiled .\ilrs.
atcompanuied bat-k to Cross liillI by
.\ir. amid Aimrs. W. I'. Cuilbertson, wiho
halve been with the1ir mother for 5er
Al rs. Ilugh~i Wall ace returnredi to her
Altrs. tFowl(er is still with hor ;sist er,
.\lrs. I ailiiton.
.Mr. id:lgar iturtis amnd famtlily visiteri
at tin- hottnt of .\lrin. anid Alirs. l'irnest
liur ts Mutnday.
Mr:. I~n ('ulhc-rtson andit dauightter,
.\lr. ('arl ('tilhetsoni andl failiy, .\ir.
llt S las ( 'liIwr anel( famil iy~ w(e th
.\l. mal .\l r~. fi ray ( 'ooper visit el
ir. .1. ('. I'r nei .indt wifte i tuday.
. i :- Al:, ith- 'i t'u it sin Ii ht i 1 (i -
('1. Itrs at(lin, 1 t le tatukrdy 'atr.
$11r. I'r: l Atmt: o ia-:enn i', ba;;in
Ste a .'id: l\a ('m rai y s To el o ,e
N 'oo l leo[ id (n i lte 4 p i eo i
N' icre I s eet . i o hau In(enbi-tl
fo, I thi:, har 've 'ti ad u . los ) t iaed
antil 111 f ill iiave (t a ciotfor\T
ilir.i ( It' h onl sue at ka n ilt. Tk o
Alay lird ar,( .1luta2'0'.u
Aofllan 1ofl2 Cross 'I 1 dlii N. ar
2-1,1920 hav bee los or iplad
Thl'o Is Ourt
So named because it makes
a man feel like "speeding up."
Takes him out of the "low" of
Spring fever days. It's as trim
and clean cut a shoe as any- man could desire.
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Forget that small
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Think of batteries
in terms of service.
Remember that the small additionalamount
you pay for Threaded Rubber Insulation
longer battery life, more satisfactory service
and consequently fuller use of the car, and in
practically every case a better satisfied owner.
When it comes to results there's only one
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of your total battery cost.
Threaded Rubber Insulation has already
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had its protection. Many of these batteries
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and are 'still delivering current for starting,
lighting and ignition.
Laurens Storage Battery Co.
Rear of the Moseley & Roawm4 pid stand
Phone 446 Laurene S C.
INSURANCE--FIRE AND LIFE
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We repriesit several of tle best Life Insu rance Com Ipan ies.
Attraellee- Poliche sanl Low Hates.
SULLIVAN & MADDEN
Office-O4 Jtobertson Hote11 i'onie 4191
CALLED ER FAMILY
TO HER BEDSIDE
Six Years Ago, Thinking She Might Die, Says Texas Lady, But Now
She Is a Well, Strong Woman and Praises Cardui For
Royse City, Tex.-Mrs. Mary K1- the better. That was six years ag
maa, of this place, says; "After the and I am still here and am a well,
hirth of :-y little girl...y side com- rtrong woman, and I owe my life to
: to hurt me. I had to go back Cardul. I had only taken half the
bottle when I began to feel better.
,0 . Vwe called the doctor, le 'Tho misery in ruy side got less... I
tr e. ..ut I got r.o better. I continued right on taking the Cardul
w.. worse until tho ri!ery until I had taken three bottles And I
. I wai In b dd fo i d not need any more for I was well
and nee feltV1 UPt hi my Lot . I
day to this."
Do you sutfer from headache, back
a * C :.. lu I v.'ould try it .. ache, pains In uldes, or other discom
Sc2 -r. .1 w:irs It, however, that forts, each month? Or do you fec
;I ca~lli my family about weak, nervous and fagged-out? If so,
n'e... for I !:new I could not last give Cardul, the woman's tonic, a
rat.ny day3 unlems I had a change for trial. J. 71
The Overall Club
The Overall Club is a very
But the Old Clothes Club
Is hetter than that.
But tie best club of all is the price of
a new suit of clothes in a policy is
sued by the old reliable
Life Insurance Co.
of Greensboro, N. C.
W. T. MOORE, Agent
At Posey's Drug Store Laurens, S. C.