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No Worms In a .teulthy ChIM
All children troubled wlh Worms have s an
fbaithy color, which indimtes poor blood.Weids a
-two. there it more- or lIt- stoachb dWPmUbsnee
GROVES ASTELESS 111. TONIC Vventegu.
larly for two'or three VWeeks will enrloh the blood.
-lmprovetohedigeatio, and act as agenwal$trength.
ening TonIc to the ethote:6ydtem. Nature will then
throw of or i %h orls, andIteMld Wl be
TH1E BIG 4
*eep the vital 'gans healthy by
t-egtlarlytaking fhe world's-stand
lard rernedy fbr kidney, liver.
bladder'tnd uric acid troebles
'The Nadai Remedy of Holland *a
eenturles attnelndorsed by Queen Wilhel.
rmina. At il1 druggists, three lszes.
1-00k fW Ieememo Gol Medalo ..,'r I
a" accept no imtatlion
Ends m d ItIn.
nt ieeves s60mach ,ier seurab.
sch, belhing and &U * i n-0
or nomey back. L brg '=
ta nrxxIsts tn an
To Stop a Omagh Qqdck
-take MAYES' HEALING HMY, a
- cough unedlicne whkh stops the zough by
..heallag the inflamed and irritateddissues.
A hbox of GROVES O-PEN4FRATE
SALVE for Chest Oolds, Head Cdids and
Croup Is enclosed with every bettle of
HAYES' HEALING HONEY. 'The salve
should be rubbed on the chest are throat
. of chrdren suffering from a Cold or Croup.
The heeling effect of mm' Hesinw lonoy In
sie tbo throat combined with tho hadi l effect of
Grove's 0-Pen-Trate Salve Itbrough the pores of
the skin oon stops a cough.
B~oth remedies are packed In onecaytou and the
cost of tho combined tmatment Is 3 adt
Just ask your draggist forM AYES'
.Ravre you a Willared
'Threaded BRubber Battery
lin your cai?
Then your battery judg
~ment :is badk~ed by the best
~brains in tihe autornobile
Car builders who are par
-cular:about battery qua)
ity specify tChe Willard
'Threaded Rubber Battery.
Car buiyers who are par
tietiar :aihout battery per
forragnco look for the red
Ask about Wiillard
Threaded Ruabber Insula
tion whether you are in
the mnarket for a new bat
tery or not. We give
authorized Willard Service.
New batteries - repairs -a
W. Laurens St.
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* Gld'O'* *E'WS
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-ainford, Fob. -7.-Mr. and irs.
Thomas i. 1Hoiton -have returied to
thcir home In Carrollton, Ga, after
some time wlih their sister, Mis, J. W.
Mrs. J. al. 'Cooley ha" retelved the
news fro'nt 'her husbandI, VhAt he pas
landed in -San Franelsco 'from the
Philipine 'Islands. 'She lift last week
to join Wim in WashingtUb where they'
will spend a short time wvith relatives
befo'te they come back bure.
As the weather bedh-s to moderate
a 'Title our sick are gradually coii
vah'seing. We are glhd to report that
mbat all are able to the up again..
Aiiss Leltha Wfllatns returned hone
Sunday afternoon Itrom s'pending Lf
rweek here with aer sister, Mrs. 'Ztar
enee'Girrett who ihas been very iditk.
Mr .Dewey 1tiigston and NiMiers,
Misses 'Lottle Lee and Louise, o'l iotin
tain Inn, spent the week-end 'with
their sister. Mrs. J. T. PaUersn.
Mr. John M. Patterson was 'carried
to a hospital at Spartanburg Inst week
to be treated for what w'as 'supposed to
be sleeph-g 'kidkness, bat :stfier'xaan
inatlon or the &est physklms there, it
was pronounced some nervous trouble.
It Is hoped -that he will aon be suf
tlciently recoivered to irdtUrn to his
home and 'Imninly.
* Mrs. J. IS. Tiiggins vwert 'to Spartan
burg last 'wok to see ber'brother, Mr.
H. T. Ferguson, wh 'ims suffered a
slight -stroke of ,parajy.i or apoplexy.
Misses Nhia Lewis, .3mnie Burgess
and Peaill Rawlinson 'were in Laurens
Satundry:dtternoon o a.'fhopping vliit..
Nirs. A. W. Fowler and Miss Carry
Fowler were in La:urens recently do
ing some 'enrly spring -shopping. Mrs.
FowlCr -ard Miss- 'TaIwlinson have a
very progressive little school at Cen
tral. 'e (uestion If' a new seh6ol
buildlirg 4, beinig ititted by the peo
ple of thoi. colltilty.
'\lisses 'ituth and Nahnie MNay Lan
ford, of .:rcadia, spent Sunday with
their pattIents, Mr. artdi Mrs. G. J. Lan
Mr. Jolrn'11. Ilarmon, of Laurens, was
a visitor un our miMt Sunday.
Ca'pt. J. W. Lanfonti has a Y'ery sick
Airs. C. 'L. Wa'larel will entertain
the Wrm'ij's AlMi'imry society next
-Miss Nmnio Ilamiv, m'ho is attend
ing Woodrtff high irdhool spent the
week-end -with her :parents, Mr. and
Mrs. M. C. 'Flarlan.
Rev. Blackwell, -ol'Spartanburg, 'has
been invited to 'prealdh at the Baptist
chnrch and we hope 'to have a sermon
from him i the near 'future.
Mrs. J. S. ligglns went to' Laurens
Sunday afternoon to 'see her sister-in
law, Mrs. Lou Fergueni, who has been
Trinit Rid * * * * * * .* *
* Trinity Ridge Schod1 Honor Rtol *
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'First Girade: H~arold Armstrong,
Second G'radc: Imogen Pjtts.
Thbirdl radie: Louise George, John
Fourth Grade: Gladja Armstrong,
Annie George, Alpha Martin, Omega
Pitts, Furman Thomaso.
Fifth Grade: Jiyrdi Martin, Minter
Brown. Lois 131shop1.
Sixth Grade: Lewis Culixertsoni, Min
ale Lee Pitts, Carrie May George, Mary
IEighth Grade: Amelia Fuller, Mary
George, Nell Langston, Floridle -i?itts.
The Charan tof Good Health Has Eta
Slource ia Rich Red Blood. NothIng
on Earth .o .Necessary for Beauty.
PEPTO-NAAN BUILIIS RED
Restores the Qualty of Your Blood,
Brings Back 1'ear Color and Re
Personal charm is jike a light. It
sheds its raye everywhere. Is the
'light of .your personal charm hidden
under the bushel of b~ad blood? In
stead of habitual smile, do you wear
a tired look--almost a scowl? D~o you
tire ensily? Are you pale and lacking
in vital energy and ambition?
You are not really ill. Your blood
has becomeo weak and sluggis'h, It is
half starved. What you need is the
blood-mnaking qualities of that splendid
tonic, Pepto-Mangan. After you have
taken -Po;>to--Mangani a little while you
wviii feeling a big improvemnent. The
smiles will come back. P'eople will
see a difference in you. You will make
friends again. You will have plenty of
rich, red blood and feel stronger.
Pepto-Mangan has been building red
blood for years. Physicians Prescrib~e
it right along. It has just the ingre
dlients that starved blood( needs. Sold
in liquid and tablet form. Both have
the same effect, llut be sure you get
the genuine Pepto-Mangan. Ask for
"(hude's" and be sure that the full
name, "'Gude's Pepto-Mangan," is on
t he package, Advertisement.,
* 11T. IrY Ft NEWS '
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'Mt. bive, rb. 7.-It Is a sad t'hight
inspited by Lt'he recent death of three
of ot 'lilitte acquaintances, 'all sud
den and all occurring within 'a week.
The 'lit9. was 'thut of .J. W. Coopej', of
Ekttln, '%Oiicli occurred un -Monday of
Week 1*3fore last. Then con Sunday
tol'lrilrIg two others, Mr. Cuss Hipp
att-tr-ss Hill and John L. Bagwell at
i1ftlfena Path. All of these we have
knidwn a nurnber of y'am. They were
Iftiriest, upright, and nsefuil Christian
'Vnitlemen and wi'1'lle missed in the
(dommunities where 'hey lived. Each
'One of them 'passed away without a
'moment's warning, ' solemn admoni
lion that life Is untertain and denth is
Then on Monday following, as if to
add grief to sadeess, death come" a
little nearer to 'ns when Mrs. Stillie
Couper Jones, wife of 'Mr. Jas. 'H.
Jones, of thli nention passed niway.'he
funeral services were held here 'Drom
Mt Olive ebmt-dh, of which tb -de
ceased was Turmerly a membm, 'on
Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'cloe'k, -con
ducted by 'Dr. J. O. Martin In thc-epres
enee of a YarM: congregation oT soirow
ing reIntl'ves and friends. ;Oflfy 42
years 'T age, a loving wIT-e, a 'ten'der
mother, n dtir sister, and n 'ktin'dlHeart
ed lady 'has 'gone to her 'reward.' leav
Ing 'th'e memory of a p'rv 11e: and a
nolde 'e'harneter, the grea't-e.4t *leg-acy
that could 'be inleriti ~by 'uaikind.
'The mourning fam1'l's anl relatives
of all thme 'have our jwqekt 'sympathy.
Mrs. W. '10. Cooper retirrned' Thurs
'day fromt a week's -dt:y with her
nIother, *Nirs. South, -neatr oyds 'Mill,
whwo as "been fiulte -sc'k 'for several
weeks. '\irs. South ri now slowly im
S'erl of olr eifizen- are gone to
Laurenn'llstoday onl ljmlinevrs.
\%e 'mtve heard ol' matny diff-celit
1 'r1ina's during life, 'hvd and lworse! amldI
'worst, but the latest .1 f' all is the one
re(pott-il to us r f'w days ago, that a
white' nuni Was allgilt ill I ni-glo litdf's
Potato 'tbamk one nixiht not long since.
'Mr. 'Ila(k .laI pulle his -gull onl Mr.
White '1a a and ordered'hii '"to hands
iip" whlih order w-.as ipromptly obeyed.
Mr. 10111e Lee Mai'tin has recently
moved from NWare Shoals to this con
xn'itmnail 'now oanz.liiema'farm on Mr.
We were very much shocked Satur
day when we learned that Master Ed
ward '.mdlerson, f'tVvteMoo had hoen
killed the day before in'Greenwood by
coming 'in <c ontact, timth 'a live electrie
wire. The father antti family have our
We .aneglad .to see 31r. Jof. H1. Cul
bertson mit :and apparumnt)y well again
after stmie -weeks of .ndisposition.
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* ~ EKOM N~Thm*
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Ekom, Feb. 7.-Two weiks-tgo today
a gloom of sadnmess was 'castsov'er (our1
community 'when the shoeoking news,
wvas sent out that Mr* . J artCooper
was deadl. lie 'had been In iliad health
for a numbler of years, but 'Wes seem
ingly in his usual health. *Ieath is al
ways sad, but when it comies SQ sudl
den, it makes it more sad. Mt, Cooper
had always lIved a consecrat~tti Chris
tian lire and was loved 'and resp~ectedl
by all who knew him, H~e will be
greatly missed in his .home, Cihurch,
Sunday school and in his commutnity.
Hie had only been hack in 'his o1-0I home
church and nleighborhood about two
years. lie leaves a wvife 'and nln*nehil
d ren, with fourteen grandlehllr len,
four' sisters and thi'ee brothlers to
mourn 'l his dlepar'ture and nunorlous
otheir relatives and friends who :yml
lpathlize with them in this, their .iad
hour of grig.
We also extend our deepest'aym'path~y
'to Mr. Jamies Jones andl family in the'
loss of their loving mother and wife.
There has been a 1o't of sickness
wIth had colds but all are better. We
are gladl to report Mrs. Li. C. Culbert
son slowitng improving.
*Mr. andl Mrs. 1H. 3. Wlallace spent
Suinday with their sister and brother,
Mrs. Hamilton and Rt. M. Culbertson.
Misses Edna and Kitura Cooper were
dinner guests Sunday of their brother,
Mr. T. J. Cooper and famIly and spent
the afternoon wIth Mrs. Louj Culbert
son and daughter.
Mossrs. Nathan and Broadus Culhert
son and Marvin Cooley, of Fountain
Inn and Mr. Rt. IB. Coley were callers
at the home of -Mr. L'. C. Culbertsonk
Dr. and Mrs. J. (G. Cooper spent Sun
day with Mr. Car'l Culbertson and
Mrs. Luriianie Me'Daniel and son. Sam
E~arle, spent one day last wceek with her
parents, Mr. andl Mrs. Porter E~lledige
near Poplar Syrings churceh. They,
IA-OrO very gladly surprised on their
arrival there to flnd Mr's. .\laniiel's
brother, George, at home. Satid he
would be at home a fewv weeks prob)
Mr's. A. R. Thome nnd son Andrew
sipent Prkday night with Mrs. Jennie
Ihamilton and son Jaek*'
Premiers of Mrinan States Meet. With
Cablnet. VComplete Unamniity Pre..
Berlin, 1iNeb. 5.--Thc premlera of the
;everal federated states of the Ger-1
nan mations were in session with the
Berl~in t'abinet here until late th-is cv
anlng over the reparations luestion,
he meeting being followed by the an
OnnelCement that complete unanimity
prevailed among nll the participants in
L'It conference. The speech of Foreign
Minister ilmons, in the Reichstag,
had been given riualifiled endorse
ment by the representatives of Bava
ria, Raden, Wurttemburg, Saxony and
the other states, .it was stated.
The -conference was presided over
by Chancellor Fehrenback. Dr. Sim
ons spoke at length and was followed
by 'dther members of the cabinet, af
ter Which the visiting 'prnmiers were
heard, the debate continuing until 7
The invitation extended by the en
tente for Germany to send represen
tatives on March 1 to the 'london con
ference on reparations is construed
here as indicating that the allies ex
Idect Glermay to submit counter pro.
posals and that the negotiations at.
Brussels by the experts on financial
and cconomic affairs are therefore
superflons for the time being. (The
postponement of the Brussels confer
ence until early March, after the oin
(loll conference was recently an
nounced from Paris.)
Leaders of Germany industry, ship
ping and finance have been arriving
in Herlii diring the past few days for
consultations -with the government's
stalf of' economic experts who under
the direction of 'nder Secretary
Go rgmnann. of the ministry of econom
ics, are enlgaged inl the dh rafting of the
(.1-rman11 cointr hhi. plroplosals.
.li of the Ilriss colimimie t inl re-i
or to the -itntation warins the gov
('rnmelt 'gainst 'inni'ig its faith on
the yossibiiity that the attitide of the
new Washingeton go-.or nnto' nt w-hi still
pl.V Germain: wiith i. .al .;- .
These coiument alors urge the goern..
men t to present Germany's case strict
ly on its own merits.
Habitual Constipation Cured
in 14 to 21 Days
"LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a specially
prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxat*ofor Habitual
Constipation. It relieves proWmptly but
should bo taken regularly for 14 to 21 dage
to induco regular action. It Stimlates and
Regulates 4 Very Pleasant to Take. 60c
We have comnple
We have gone th
ery article in the
waiting until the
sold, but we are
day's lower price
WE BELIEVE THIS
NEED. DON'T OVI
OFF LONGER EXPI
A Few Pr
Yard-wide *Perealec, formerly 3!
Yard-wide Pereale, fourmerly 4(
Outing, formerly soldl for 30e
32- inc'h Gingham, formenly 50e
-A pron Gingham, formerl~s '25e
Yard-wide 'Blen ching, fortmerly
Yard..wide Pajama Cheeks. f<
sold at 40e .............
9-.4 Unbleached Sheeting ....
Iheavy C~heviots, formerly 4Oe
1lOst Fecather Tiocking .......,
Crinkle Crepe ..............
F[NAL CLEARANCE 0
R1 E'A )Y-TO-W.T A
A few~ Coat Suits left to he clos
values up to) $50.00, at ...
A few Coats to be cloxed out. wi
to $40.00, lit..........$14.98
REAL 'BARGfA INS IN D)1
Sonie wonderful ba rga in, wot
tianu dlohIe,-at .... ..$14.98
BIG VA LUES
FOR LITTLE MONEY
"Price" is a Great Power in Merchandising.
We Know It. Come In and You Will Find
it Out---Find Out Why So' Many Other
People are Coming to Our Store. It is
Because We are Giving Them Big Values
for Little Money.
SPECIALS FOR THURSDAY,
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
42-inch French Wool Serge, fine for
Middies, Dresses and Skirts. Former price
$2.50 a yard. For this week-end only
98c a Yard
Indian Head, per yd. . . . . . . 25c
32-inch Dress Gingham, per yd. . . 19C
40-inch Sea Island, per yd. . . . . 1Oc
Men's Socks, . . . . 3 pair for 25c
Men's Blue Buckle Overalls, a pair $1.49
Men's Heavy Work Shirts . . . 85c
Tupelo Cheviots, fine for Work Shirts
per yd. . . . .. .....15c
.25c Huck Towels, each . . . . 15c
39c Turkish Towels, each . . . . 25c
Ladies' Buster Brown Silk Hose, a pair 75c
50c Children's Buster Brown Hose,
a pair, - - - - . . . . . 25c
CO HE N'S
Dr. Posey's Old Stand Lauren, S. C.
.... . ..
ted taking stock and have taken our loss.
rough our entire stock and re-marked ev
store on today's market. We are not
goods we own at the higher prices are
giving to our customers the benefit of to
s in the primary market.
IS A GOOD TIME TO BUY WHAT YOU
RBUY, BUT IT IS USELESS TO HOLD
.CTING STILL LOWER PRICES.
ces that Ought to Appeal to You
e .15 yd1 MEN'S AND) BOYs' slUTS, OyVER
.lCOATSAND PANTrS REIWQFCED
. . 20c y 'omne an d look for the price is marked
- lcy in Red Ink. This~ tells -he tatle of the tre
>rmerly m9 d~endous salving to you.
Weaenw eln godut at $17.50.
. . . .35c y d Somel Boys' Od d Pan it as low as 75c
.... 25c ydl and....--- .---.--.............98c
Somte Boys ' Sits to b le closed out1 at $3.98
~~ Al Me's Odd(1( Panits at $3.00, $4.00,
(( ,$5.00 and.-..--.. --.. -... .. .. ..$6.00
n. $1 u9.98 M en 's Sh irt s.. .. .. ..98c, $1 49, $2.49
an d( $19.98McisOeii.........$19
and $19.98 Men 's Blute Work Shirits ...........98c
Cash Department Store
Lauren. S. C.