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e WORRIOR CREEK NEWS *
Warrior Creek, 'March 14.-31rs. J.
W. Templeton, of Greenville, agent
from Friday till Sunday with her fa
ther and mother, Mr. and Mrs. W. J.
Cooper, of this place.
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Garrett, of Pleas
ant Mound, spent Sunday at 31r. J. H.
The Warrior Creek B. Y. P. U. held
a most interesting session Sunday ev
Rev. Mr. Hill of Furman, preached
for Pastor Thomason at Warrior Creek
Misses Letha Cooper ond Ollie NMae
Taylor, of Lanford, visited Nliss Nan
nie Taylor Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Mollie Power, of Laurens, vi.:;
ed \Iiss Edna Entrekin Saturday and
AND THE FLU
First Step in Treatmcnt Is a Brisk
Purgative With Calotabs, he
Purified and Refined Calomel
Tablets that are Nausea
less, Safe and Sure.
Doctors have ft :nd by experienceo
that no mn!icinv for colbb ani inlu
enza can be de(..m aiedt upon for full ef
fectiveness until :he liver is nade thor
oughly active. I Lat is why the first
step in the treatenit is the new, nausea
less calome-l t:.Ih:cts cn!!ed Ca :.bs,
which are free from the: si k-nm and
weakening effects thc old K 'i: calo
mel. Doctors a'so roint' c lhr fact
that an act ive liver ~rmay o :. rmn- way
towards preventin; 'ieinm:'a t.nd :s one
of the most i1mrtar:t fa errs in en
abling the patient to surcr'ofully with.
stand an attack and ward off pneu.
One Calotab on the tonue at bed
time with a swallow of wat r-that's
all. No salts, no nausea nor the slight.
est interference with your eating, pleas
ure or work. Next morning your cold
has vanished, your liver is active, your
system is purified, and you are feeling
fine, with a hearty apnetite for break.
fast. Druccists soil (Talotabs only in
original sealed packazes, pri'n th'irty.
five cents. Your money will be chee'r
fully refunded if you do not find them
'Want to Fe
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be.-cls cn:2 -.::
liver, Lowc: a:.. .
promrpt rcl:f -:: r' 1
Nature's Remedy w - dt
s~o mildly, so gently, t -t you t Ik
self has comec to the mc --'a iad do~a
A-.d oh, v.
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* 0 a goodi ccra
- you feeling
- ~ urt N Get a
3 ol Garnedtz aB
*ad recoamsendedt ir/ your druggI~~
Why don't AS
back to p
you to sell 3
The American Agric1
M. J. OWINGS,
CLYDE T. FRANE
i STAGE PROTEST
March In Defiance of Military Forces.
Men to be Executed.
Dublin. March 18.-There was a
striking demonstration here today in
protest against the execution in Mount
Joy prison tomorrow of six prisoners
who are accused of complicity in the
killing of intelligence officers and
;)articipation in an ambuscade. Ban
ners with such legends as "England
murders the Innocent in vengeance"
were borne through the streets in a
procession arranged hastily by wo
men over ni-ght. The procession
started at noon from St. Stephen's
Green, and the paraders marched
four abreast in military order in com
picte defiance of the military regula
tions. They received constant acces
sions in strength from women and
airis coming out of the churches and
also were joinrd by thousands of citi
zens, including many hundreds or
Irish volunteers. There was no in
terf(rence from the police.
Reaching Mount Joy prison where
the condemned men are incarcerated,
the women lined up two deep along
the prison wall and planted their
banners opposite the gates. Then
they knelt and recitcd the Rosary,
after which they silently disp-ersed.
The lord mayor of Dublin and Father
OFlannagan visited the condemned
n this morning They reported that
they were facing their fate with com
Throughout Saturdav nizht the con
deinned men, who are paired off in
cells one above the other, sang Irish
Unless an 11th hour reprieve is
forthcoming they will be hanged in
pairs, beginning at G o'clcek Monday
morning. The bodies of the first pair
will remain suspended one hour, when
the n-xt two will be executed. Whelan
and M.\oran. who were convicte of
complicity in the kiling of intelligence
officers in Dublin on November 21. will
be the first to 'o to th gallows. Moran
could have made his escape with Frank
Tcelin: from the Kilmainhan jail
so:ne time ago, but he refused this
chance, sayinr he was innocent of the
crime charged against hin and would
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help you get
k and other
at a more
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to a price
Lauren., S. C.
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* LANFORD NMIW *
Lanford, March 14,-Our local talent
has been complimented on the success
of their play entitled "Home Ties"
and honored by invitations to present
the play at other places. They ac
cepted the Cross Anchor invitation last
Friday. Next Friday night, March 18,
they are planning to present the same
play at Youngs school house. The pub
lic is cordially invited to attend this
play. Those .who have not seen the
play will be Ctleased. Others who have
seen it are planning to see it again
and say they get better every time.
Rev. Robertson preached a very in
teresting sermon Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Stella Biomar was the guest of
Mrs. J. M. DeShields one day last week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cooley are visit
ing friends and relatives here after a
delightful visit in Washington, New
York, and other big cities. Mfr. Cooley
landed hn California January 29 fron
their home in the Philippine Islands.
They were in Washin-ston at the inau
guration of President Harding.
\Mr. and M\rs. J. M. Fleming enter
tained quite a good many of their
friends at a big turkey dinner in honor
of Ni:. and Mrs. J. 13. Cooley last Sun
day. Those -resent enjoyed it to the
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Henderson and
little daughter Evelyn, of Laurea
were the guests of Mrs Manie Drum
.n nd last Sunday
M r. and IMrs. C. B. Bobo. of Laurens,
Prof. J. -C. Maitin and sisters, of
Greenwood, Mrs. McClintock, of Ora.
Dr. and rs. Vincent. of Laurens. visit
ed Mrs. 0. F. Fowler last week, who
has been very sick. Her condition rc
mains about the ,_ume. We hope the
deligitful spring weather will soon
restore her to her usual health.
.lr. and Mrs. IH. T. Higgins H. Tf.
!Jr., and Miss Carrie Iou Hfiggins, of
Buffalo, spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. .1. S. Higgins.
Mr. C. iL. Cox is at Laurens this
week attending court as a juror.
Mr. B. W. Johnson, of Arcadia, and
Mr. J. V. ,Johnson, bf Clinton, visited
their parets, Mr. and Mrs. J. 1). John
son last Sunday.
Mr. N. L. Littlefield is attending
court this week as a witness.
Mrs. W. A. Thomas spent Sunday at
E noree wi thh er daughter. Mrs. W. L.
Mrs. M. W. Fowler has recovered
from her recent illness and is able to
resume her duties in the school room.
Mr. If. M. Johnson is in North Caro
lina visiting relatives and to be at the
bedside of his sister, Mrs. lla'naer.
who is not exp(Cted to live.
.Mr. .nd Mts. J. .\. W'llianis were
:sts of .Mr. and Mirz. Clarence Gar
rett last Sunda.i
lr. '. it. ieShield. . of Iienderson
vii-. N. C., has been viAiting old
iendt: andL rel at ie::durini t he past
Mlias l arle (ha:nan spent the
w~c,-k-end with hier p.. rents at Fountatin
I nn. lt. and .\irs. W.EF.(Chapiman.
SPEf(' l.L PItIO.\IIA ATi
T ii;- PIiiN ('EMS'iTOI)A Y
"'Don't LE er .Marry" n Mat rimonial
M1irthqg uake' to be Shuonin at Local
Plans that go wrong are the cause
of nearly all the troiublle in the wvorld.
No sane person ever plans trouble for
himself, yet everyone is constantlyi
lann ing ahead, andl t rou ble develop: ,
thti ':',re it i;ta.sT be 'hat mnost plans
go wrtong for t rouble i e of the comi
mnon'st things in the wtrtl.
It is (xpr-rienced 1o o'ten ti.at the
ro.-t nerv'e ra:king troubh a are usual
ly humnorous to bystantder.s, and many
times cause good laughs to the pieopile
nVOl'.ed aft( r thO y are over, It would
seem that pe'ople could get a sou rce oil
enmjfot tOttt of pred icamen 'Tts tS are'.1i
in by realius~ the humor of the. sittua
tion,. but it is very seldom there is any
lhtmor to ibe seen tint il they are safely
.'tarrimgce lan Goes Wroni;
Deelp trouble for the ipeople involved.
whirl, was farcical hutmor for mecta
tor'sI deiloped in Elmield, I a little
couintry villare, due to the plamns of a
Pre tty maid tj avo id a ma rriage itpo
wh i'h her mother had insisted. She en
Ilist d the aid of the best friend of thne
man she really loved. Herm plan was
juimpie. S he wo~uld( an nounce t hat she
1 du mtarrit ' the friend. Ergo, no ot her
ruarrlage wa~s p~o::..ble. A fter thec an
n ottnceminent site lla nned to ro to her
c ,vn home for the night to pack, lie
as to) go to a hotel. The next day the
wouln d aceompany hint to New York
where hi' ha~d a'cccepted a posi t.on.
'There they wotuld seiparat(, she going
to thc htomet of a friend utili her true
lover could conme to claim her.
The pann is; comnplicated at the start
because the youtng man whonm she has
selected to play the role of lbtusband,
has secretly tmarr'ied on the duy lie is
to as~sumne the role. The announcement
la made however, and then the lians
go all wrong. 11er excuarc to go home
to pack is brtushed aside as nonsense,
and the couple are conducted by an
mprOmptu weddiag pprti to his rooms
n the hotel, and left there to begin
The secmt bride'has seen them taken
o -the hotel. The girl is pretty. But
ichy attempt to describe the complica
Jons that ensue when Marshall Neilan
ias d'epicted them with all their humor
n a motion picture production entitled
'Don't Ever Marry", which will be the
attraction at the Princess Teatre, to
Luke Rielly Says, "The Rat Died Be.
fore Reaching the Biver"
"Since moving near the river two
years ago, we've always used RAT
SNAP. Watched a vicious water rat,
nibbling at RATV9NAP outside the
house. About 15 minutes later he
darted off for the water, to cool his
burning stomach, but he died before
reaching it." Three sizes, 35c. 65c.
$1.25. Sold and guaranteed by Lau
rens Hardware Co., Putnam's Drug
Store, and Kennedy Bros.
People with Poor Appetite, Bad Coum.
plexions and "NSpring Feier"
Need a Blood Tonle
(UDE'S PEPTr0-MANGAN IS BEST
Makes Rich Red Blood-Renews Vital.
Ity and Increases ody's Resist.
ance to Disease
Spring is the time when good blood
is so vital to health. If you do not
feel the thrill of Spring in your blood.
if you take no pleasure in living. if
your ap:etite is poor, your cdmplexion
pallid or muddy. and you tire easily,
you can be pretty sure your blood is
not up to the mark. So many feel that
way in the Spring. Especially house
wives who have so much work to do.
Th-y -get over-tired and run-down
their blood becomes cwak and thin.
Build up your health now by taking
tha' splendid Sprin'g blood .onic.
Gude's Pepto-Miangan: It will give
vital power to the red corpuscles in
your blood. They will go racing
througir your blood, carrying fresh
su1';>lies of oxygen to all the tiny
cells. It will h .lp improve your color
and your appetite. You'll take more
interest In things and enjoy life more.
You will stop going around with that
tired. all--;one feeling.
Physicians have prescribed Gude's
Pepto-Niangan for thirty years. You
can get it at your druggist's in either
tablet or liquid forgp. Take whichever
you prefer. They have the rarme
medicinal value. Get the genuine.
Specials for This Week
32-inch Dress Gingham. New Spring- Patterns just arrived
18c a Yard
Blue Denim for Boys' and Men's Overalls. Very heavy grade
29c a Yard
New Spring Dresses
$2.00 Wirthmor Waists
See our new Spring line of Oxfords and Pumiips
Just a fewV hundred yards left 40-inch Sheeting. Not the t hin
10c a Yard
Ladies' 25e Il(ose
3 Pair for 25c
Buster Brown Silk Ilose
75c a Pair
Just received a large shipment of Ladies Narrow Belts-all
25c a Yard
Men's Blue Buckle Overalls; all sizes
$1.35 a Pair
$3.00 Black and Blue Taffeta
$1.98 a Yard
Good quality Bleaching
12 1-2 c a Yard
'TIE STORE OF BF/PTER VALUES
R S N r"A
Will you stop and think, and
try to recall if you ever knew
or heard of a Sedan owner
who did not speak of it as
one of the best investments
that he or she had ever made I
The gasoline consumption isi unusually low
The tire rnileage is unusually high
sterby Motor Co.
Square Phone 200