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IdiU ItE -N DIRUG 0O., Laurens, S. U.
SCHOLARSIP ANID EN~rJ1.VNCE
The examination for thc award of
vacant Scholarships in Wiithro) Col
lege and for the admission of new
students will be held at the County
Court House on Friday, July 2, at 9 i.
in. Applicants must not be less than
sixteen years of age. Whenl Scholar
shipis are vacant after Jiuly 2 they will
he awarded to those making the high
est average at this examiination, Pro
videdthey meetL the conditions govern
lig the award. Applicants for Schol
arshlipsl should Write to President
Johnson before .the examination for
Scholarshii-; examination blanks.
Scholarshi ;Ili ae I*U worth $100 and
free tuition. The next session will
onen September 5I th, 11120. For fu r
ther'i' incr;mation and catalogue, ad
lress l'res 1). 1. Joinison, 'I ck 1lll.
43-4t & 50-1t
NOICEj(, joF E.11L'TIN.
MSate of Soulith Carolina,
( outy of Ilaures.I.IIS
Wlereas, petition's signed by a legal
nlhitunber. of th1e (tialitied el' tors anel
free-ho'!Iol(eIs r iesi dig in 1! tllnter
school (listi 'ct No. 2, L.aurens Coun
ty, 1Soulth ( !rolina, ask? ig for an lee
tionl upocn the masat;4ionl of votingp, an ad
dliloal -t mnill :1oni the property
An sdiri .h h ric4, to be used for
selcol p ! liveeni tih-d witil
the conil. ba r f oir to , an
<ln i : I!- r. "Y worh od uponl sa!'l
<ltw Icin. said-letion to be held onl
th :'iih 1 d y ofJ n. 1120. at Pub
01. School uilinn, in sa:id d1iuriet,
'1'u oe themenign: tent of thl rut '
of said ve i ali.i trit.t
aly :ta : 1h1 cvto as ; roturn Iainil
the P -ond rvopoty for in 0' pmrntd
who veo. II ;,h iax reei tth al
reistaion ecrtiiente as rotuired I
thei enhiolerti s1hAlall Ibe al lotd
oTose favoring the -1 miltl additionia!
tax l vote a ha!1ot cointaining the
word "YW written or prinledi thter
en. Thoe aga-a 1:-- .1 mi ll adhition
al tax shall vote a hallot coitioaining
the word "NO" writteln or printd
teitron. Poll Shall oen at the hour
of 8 o'cloc in.t' forelool anld shall
remlail olpeni iotil thei hour fe .1
so'clk in tihi ftornoonl When ti
shall be closIi, and hlie ballots
Ti-e trustees tiall rePort tine result
of tile elvetioll to the county aut'ditor
ane conlvty s ri of eac li ueo .
tion within tvu dtyo toerea1ftve
the3ti da 0.cT. I SON, a Suoodt.o
i y order of C tounty Board.
'NOTICE11 OF ELECTION.
State of South ar(1 tol ina,
Counlty of iauct rsense
01'heloitrs, petitions signed by a legal
wumber of 1t t heli'aiflod electors and
free-htold tr-s residing In rLautrens
schlool ditrijot No. :3, Lauirens Coun..
ty, Souti Carolina, ashing for all e
fioin upion thle (1iustionl of voting a d
dla :111 m.C'I atauon the tpe
schl pui(i''oes hv'ci ten fi. 'n ed wt
ofhe ountyI ba trd of eduaion antIto
0elet ii si'I herebe order~edio. said.
shlltin hei eetion11( th e ihdon
under thet nwnnena1ieit the trut
of t lie sl ch.oo ditrihect. 11 11(1t
1111Oly uch eittrsaslrturn ealdt
or ersna roterty ofouaxtionian:1
Yo reorato ambtiou~ls a. youitrei
-ejoyentralo eeryt hinl wben aloed
The ofavo ry thep:esming effeton
the system causina hwdeakcnsaissth
E3On. ThS ramist he~ C ill adTONC
the ord En " wr titty by. Prifyind
andEricn.g1 thalood hen youtheelo
hof it brlinclr the reen and haow
it'imove inthe aptteou will then
aprciae osedu tond thre.hlt
cs oted. tntmdcnetissml
an aony QuNINtusenden Syreup.t
Soeasaten hlden liktereat.Th
to Enrchit. T. reileSonic Sprop.
erjoyet ve f todrveytig rien your
the blood.hv eydpesn feto
The sytengthcraing Pweres ofazROES,
thefvort intousnes and s sfckness.
IlOSTASTELESS Chil TONIC e
retorsf ter fadmitly ad MPurifying
nt engthenbodybgingrngeft, seeln
towni. brng Theorl Isto the esame to
day, and youIcNN guendedfro any Syrug.
toErch it. hes boteibetni rp
By DORA MOLLAN
(@, 1920. by McClure Newnpaper Syndicate.)
Tite good fairy -who was among
those present -at the birth of Hannah
lIIempsteild broight a most excellent
an1d valiuaile gift ; but -ding a gener
ous fairy mid fearful .of stinting, per
hips she brought a t!t too utelh of It.
For i tiln overdose of some druga
caulss an effect opposite to tihe 011
8ou:ght, so Iltinii's extraordinary or
derliness of nat.t-re brought 'her more
eleInies thaint friends.
Hnna 6 ever ihid tite light of her
gift under a bushel. She didn't stop
with piiting in mieticiulouts order all
her ltianimati to surroltdings, but vel
tured holdly Into the perilous n ter
pIrIse of straight i'itng oit tll) iffai is
of thle hiuminan of her eomunility,
whenwver she deelded that theit.y le'ded !
it. She iever went out of doors that
she didn't Itch to set upright every
'lhere was one person it the regtili
tion of whose life Ilatitii had it per
feet score. Thi iys of her younger
Slster lutid been 1 ordtletred In sirlet v
COrI to the silor" idens. 'erlips,
thourb, sh had11 taln anl unlfair lid
vaitage, for Itere wvere eighteit years
to 1( r crelit whien I larnitt was born
and to llannahtalone was left the task
of bringing lit) lie ttby sister.
Ain Aigust sun heat down iujpon foir
cor'ds of wood sIe4 keld non2-ly at the
side of thi 1 mtt ad11104.1 l h n. It was
a sight to delight the eye of nhl4Imst
lny i o (soldiier; Iut to lItI11m1h(
itllmpsn ledt. 11at t an unlvINed proh
Ivin thru st u' on helll r by thtt e hit ind o'i
death. .led Tivnry smidn't have ee
allowved 0) deparl thi.4s 11 life ttl he
had varried out hit.- yearly contract,
driven hlis portable- poweri saw Into the
Illeip:'ten.d yard 11110 reducedol that
four-font wood Into colt volt ient sltve
lengths,! At this 1n(1111Lianh gaiz
Ing out tit the wool frotn the cool
sheter (if the kitchenl. smu(lenly reval
IIl that ho' thoI his were vergilt
Hannah Was Deliberately "dWorkingA
ont aI eriilltt of' the Almtighity. Only
the Stlmdt4y blef~o th ni'Iew mintIster
had1( said so'nth intg ont tat subject.
"The new4'ItI mii ter!"t' (1 II Illn a spoke
Ilirmniive, whtotl th tad leniredthe
houste unntted byI~~l ihte tle ittl,
imused~ tinl the oray I We01Ittll sh1I
rssion111 pofter204II' 11ed.iotie
enedot* il n w? Noittne? butitnrmone
withtt I'itn IIah. tll ' Oln bod
h"Ouit rln," was the t~ ere anber.t
oher the slder womtn hsted ito lthe
dining room. tt r "W t'l een ithe toltid
"IenS!11( l~tl tWhy d 0 an thtilun
nerctosa ths neathe? l t flyelt Iitr
minutesill hitt J~nrllni's realy lond
thea andy frindy btlut tyeswels re-n
oere te siv.h offaeredn frther~i
Three80 days( Rtlatert' Hannah tt o ofar
tie she hadlt (invte the Ehntw mluinlt
terntoten the net afernoon. illtr
hmn? whora jtsonedts relctntl in
thfory of11ti wnork whtlithirtwys ITall
cedhd theogl srivae wfa gust iteirt
hou1se, foadysuipecte incethe daytof
tceaning possi ith ilvo e'r tIInnnah
hAft planrafot whah conterned the
mnster. Whthat could sheilwenteof
hwIm?" Mr. Dnwas to aheo thf
pnace toug the inaosibute .treight,1
looke forlt-it. hrIIrmolnion put
ter ~litr'alrnehd ceten ed lo-e
omusrelt half-a trioughf te~ conera.
peof to n the nconidrtote .TdHen
est fad amtuong outdioors rIch men01 for
dhonning wood..-nnd of the famnutan
oodpl1e. The RteVeIend 'Mr. Dunston
Seemed to fairly jump at tie halt. Aid]
Harmionie, (isgtitste( that Hannah
sholld showMo little proper pride. re
solved right then and there to lighten
his hloors as inuch n-, she possibly
The neighbos siiffed, 11annah beann
ed and Itarionile helped stack up the
stove lengths. The Rev. Mr. Dinston
seemed to enjoy both the exercise aind
the conpaionship of the younger
Ilempstead sister; also the apple plo
or fragrant splee cake which Hannah
usul1ly produced. liia rmnoi e was not
the type of girl to whxom an older man
instinctively appeals. Nevertheless
she grew to like Mr. Dlitston more and
moe; until all it once the suspicion
took root In hier mind that It wats Han
nal's plan that she shiuld do that very
tihig. The thought turned her square
ly igainst the minister; for Iarionie
haid long ago resolved that when it
catle to the one really linportant event
of her life, Hister l 1annah for once
should have nothing whatever to say
IIarinoile was in this framie of iind
whtniiI Ut11h one fay iliforined her
that the( Rtev. Mtr. Dunstonl had as"ked
if he might see her privately. "From
several things he lts sn1l," she voluntt
teered, "I have every rai'slo to believe
Ite Ileiails to propose to mie."
Ilarinolile stared at her sister in
alizfelet. "Proplose-to) youl !"
"Why not ?" 1annah's toine challeig
ed all critltism. " lie's ired of board
Ing and lit' won't laitr of puttilng the
old 11ninister. out 4of the par11sonallge. Ifue
likes tilly co1okillg--and we flied .. ......
ii the hoise. its a liniglty good Ir
rititieiit all arolid."
Withouit a word linriniiioile walked
out of hit house and aroutiild belinl
the wiootlpilv. Thellre, inl ti'! shadfe :1111
out of si.-ht she be 4t)t reonmstruft
her worII.(. "Mr. Ininstmn wa!ljist -
.jIst tirt, Iliei; for eeiin july It' lin
giveni her 1) aib-r.itl ti11t he-well,
that he lit'l l her. I lniiiahi was a dhesign
inig fteudial'e. AS for her, I larinoaile, no
hody loved ' her; notly card an ytilig
abolot. hir. Of tours she inust go
awity. Sl' wouhi -:o nowV-g right in
to the louse this iuiu and10 pnek uip.
And tenust shi was iientally comipts
lint a letter to be left. hehitd for I hani
iitl, she fild tlo har approaling
ftots'tps; and l111 it oce there was
Mr. l)uAstoi st.aniling before her.
"airioie." li' satl. "I have just:
received yo-tir sister's perissiton to
say something to you. Will you lie my
wife? I know I'm inuich older than
You, but I love you-and live nieeds 110
In Ile suiltln reiettn from woe to
joy llrnionli' began to cry. l'hiilip
Dunston's itlileleI arm drew her to
himi1i and the girl's face was hldden on
As they walked hack to the house
son moi(mits hltter, hand In hand, a
thought enilme suilenly to larlmoile.
It was of "lianna. "Walt," she (om00
mntleid, ntiid hurrIed 1110) the hotise.
Ia was seItilig fortt slCe cnkes
Gently, lovingly, Ilarionile laid her
hand on her sisttr's arm1,ii. "I'm sorry,
nlninih," she said, "it luip;penied this
"You neIedn't he," replied 11aniilih
briskly; "it lias cnine tit just its I
plinnedici. Somiet I niis a. little opposition
lelps things along n, whole lot."
A telve Into flklhore andt mythology
ireveails "giriiinlihig dity'" as IFebruary
2, or C'andleiiias ihay. In earily tim es,
whlein sttist les were not atvailable,
F~eb. 2 was thought to bie a fair nyver
nge datei for thle breauking upi of wIn
ter. At tin he aprontehi of cold weathier
In the fitll the grotindhlog curls up asleey.
the iiidlnter thiiw Is supp~losed to lie
at handit thea grouindhiog ('tmeis ouit. 1t'
weather't for wetetks .tnheadt. At itiy
rauite,t(ntt ordIIlug to thle st ory, when't I is
sntgne(lly Itells liin that ani early lenkl
lip Is ut hianid, lit stays out. When't :t
stormi' i lenus lie pos5 Iito his litle
iigaIin and( gtotes tt s1'lt fori six weeks.
Mark Twain Anecdote.
In his athl!-phtiilmy. "'A Quaker
inge's lit'tollections."' I iayl lihlldaitn
t('lls ofi visItinog Mbuk Tw'iiaini at
"'Sto(rmiil"' ha 1 1004, whiere het I tok
liiart In anl !impromptl~iituanr in wlelh
Alls' ( 'Iarn ( 'lt'me'is iissisted:
"We'u were inii( trocld by Alauirk Ti'i n
hilitst'lf. clndt in his (llst intive~t stilt of
whi14Iite iiinel, wich ll ser'vedt to set oft
hIs miiigii li't'iit hitadt of sinowy ha ir,
Ii Ie spteechl whvh c (onvlIsed his hi'nr
crs lie pres5ttetd us5 whlo we(re to ima ke
noislc for his gueists, say ig shirewdl
andit 'oimipllicntary' things iibouit us
muiich btter 't knowni than miiy da~uighier,
they are* not inear so goodl liooking.
A mani only bieginus to be a man
when he censes to whline atid revle,
and1( E'ommenicest' to 5(ontrrh for thle hId
dhen justIce whieh *rtegtites hIs life.
And its lie -adapts his tintd to t hat
regtilatinog facetor, he c('ntses to neeu'lSi
others as thle cittse tof his conimt i on,
andi~ builds himiself ulp In sI ttitg antd
nloble thoughts, ceases to kick ag inst
circumilstanlce's, hut biegins to use them11
as ids to lis miore rapl i prgreiss,
nndi~ as men of dIscovering the hid.
(len powversq and ptossibilties wi:hiin
* Inexplicable Demand.
"I never foiund aniybtody who be.
.loeved whalit a ouljat honrd satys,"' re
inrked o'.ie salesmian.
*"Ne.Imer havei' I," rel'jied tho~ other'.
"I autu enitirely ait at los1~I to :xphaitn
how we tuall so manus"~
We made this ciga
rette to meet
CAMELS have wonder
ful full-bodied mellow
mildness and a flavor as
refreshing as it is new.
Camels quality and Camels expert
blend of choice Turkish and choice
Domestic tobaccos win you on merits. A
Camels blend never tires your taste. And,
Camels leave no unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste
nor unpleasant cigaretty odor! M.
What Camels quality and expert blend can
mean to your satisfaction you should find
out at once! It will prove our say-so when
you compare Ca-mels with any cigarette
in the world at any price!
Camels are sold ovorywhoro in scentitrnlly sraled grncknjes of 20 4
cigarettes; or (oni packagesi (200 cigarettes) in a glassino-pa,'or-covered
carton. We strongly rconanend thi carton for tho home or oflico e Sr X
uupply or whon you travel.C
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.
Winston-Salen. N. C.
redl hands-ro moewaig outchs on
a scrub board. Clean Eas;y h:.a come to town
-a wonderful labor saver for wm~n.
Hefre's wihat it does. You soak the wash
over-night. Then boil and sir it for ten min~!utes
in 4% gallons of water with M har of shred?ied
Clean 1'asy Nai'tholeine W/ash Soop. disscvedl.
Pi esto -every garment is clean, steriiliz:ed and
wholesome! Rinse, blue and dry--all work is
- - ,ww.- ---. Women say it is like a dream-so quick,
efficient and economical. The average week's
laundry done in ten minutes. No wonder they 4
are all throwing away those o!d fashioned
Be sure and try it today, boards and washing the easy Clean Easy way.
Ask at your grocer's' Clean Easy cannot injure the fabric. It cleans
and sterilizes everything from overalls to shirt 4
waists. You don't have to do a thing but punch 4
with a stick-Clean Easy does all the work--and 4
does it better than you-can with a wash board.
LouisvLLtc FOOD PRODUCT" CO.. Incorporated
S Follow directions
on inaide of