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"Rats Pass Up All Other Food For
Ope Neal of RAT-SNAP"
Their first ameal of RAT-SNAP is
their last. Kills In few minutes. Dries
up the carcass. Rats killed with RAT
SNAP leave no odor. RAT-SNAP comes
in cake form. Break into small 1piec
es, leave where l'ats travel. No mixing
with other food. Oats or dogs won't
touch It. Safest, cleanest, surest rat
and mice killer. Three sizes, 35c, 65c,
$1.25. Sold and guaranteed 'by Lau
rens Hardware Co., Putnam Drug Store
and C. E. Kennedy & Son.
Just As 'Good For Calluses. Xeney
Back If It Falls
Thiity seconds after you toudh the
corn with this liquid corn remowUr the
Jabbing stabbing pain of it aps, for
Simolo As A, R. C.
No corn, hard or soft, is too old or
too deeply rooted to resist "Gets-It".
Aimmediately It dries anud shrivels, the
edges loosen from the true flesh and
soon01 you can peel :it right off with
your fingers as painlessly as you trim
Don't coddle corn pests. Don't nurse
and I'.amper them. Don't cut and trim
them. IM1MOMMUD iemi with "GlIMr
IT". Costs a trifle at any drug store.
Mid. by E4. Lawrence '& Co., Chicago.
Sofd -in -Laurens by Uaurens Drug
Co., Pu tnams Drug Store.
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TEN LIVES LOST
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' Passengers 4a 8 Neutbers 4 Crew
of Steamer 'Governor Uneecounted
For. Ship Sinks After Bit by
Seattle, Wash., April 1.-The 'Paciflo
Steamship Company this afternoon an
nouncod that a complete and careful
recheck of survivors from the steamer
Governor sunk off Point Wilson early
today after a collision with the steam
er West Hartland, showed seven pas
senigers and three mem'bers of the
crew, unaccounted for.
The West Hartland, which arrived
here today with survivors, struck the
Governor in a slanting direction, ac
cording to ship's officers, crumpling
the freighter's bow, and cutting the
lpassenger boat almost in two from the
According to passengers, the West
Hartland partly supported the Goy
ernor with her nose driven deeply into
the Governor'q side, but as soon as the
freighter 'backed clear the 'passenger
vessel began to sink.
The collision occurred lose than a
mile olf shore, directly oppoatte the
Point Wilson ieht house near Port
Townsend, in the Strait of Juan de
Fuca. The Governor is believed to lie
in nibont .25 fathoms of water. Accord
ing to 'Purser Holser, the Governor was
on Its course, It being caUtomary t,
steam close to shore in making the
Point Wilson light.
Ship's officers declared the might
was fairly clear wi'th a Hig'ht fog over
hanging. William G. Thomas, keeper
of the Point Wilson lighthouse, who
was in his tower at the time -of the
crilrtison, said lie plainly 'heard the
crasb and could see the two shps to
-gther from his window.
'Purser holser saved only the'log and
'the -payroll of the sh lii'* papers. 'Othor
records, inurding the 'passenger list,
went down in the safe, w'hidh aso con
ained a considerable amount of
money, Holmer said.
An unxioms crowd gathered gt the
1pier here as the Welat Hartland, her
Ileck crowded with a 3rudldled Tfrong of
'survivors In motley of blankers and
'borrowed clothing, warped -into the
al1p. A cold df'izTl'ing rain added to
-the misery of those on the big freight
e-'s deck throughout -most of the slow
turney from the sewne of 'the colli
sion. 'Few' of them 'tad been ible -to
escape completely chtted. A number
were In their nIght clothes and eome
were wrapped in :bla'kets lent 'by
members of the West Hartland's arow.
Neither Captain 70. 'P. fartlett, of 'he
Governor nor Captain John Alwen of
the West Hartland, would discuss the
affair, except to say order was main
tained on the sin'kinig vessel. Mrs. H.
William,. who is blind, was given spe
cial care by the crew, her daughter,
1Mrs. H. Weisner, of Summer, Wash.,
said. They were acconipanled by the'ir
husbands. "The men of the crew -were
simply wonderful," said Mrs. Weisner.
"They put a life preserver on mother,
carried her up the ladder and put us in
Gran't Christensen, second assistant
engineer of the Governor, is believed
b~y the ship's officers to have gone to
his death when ho insisted on going
down to the engine room to see if he
could keep th ship's engines running.
Several children, at least two of
them habies in arms, were included
among thh survivors and were brought
off the WVest H1-artland swathed in
Federal steamship inspectors tonight
began a preliminary investigation of
the collision. The inquiry, which 'was
called to determine 'whether officers of
either ship should be charged with re
sponsibility for the accident, was held
behind closed doors.
Honor Roll of Lisbon School
Ninth Grade-,Roy Corbete.
Fighth Girade-Elberta Teague, Mar
tie .Lou Walker, Maudio Corbett, Maria
Seventh Grade--Fl1orence Madden,
Sixth Grade-William Corbett, Chas.
F'ourtb Grade--Margaret [ienjamnin.
Thi-rd Grade-Pauline Cor'bett, Sara
Jacles, Louise Knight, Tommie Martin.
Second Grade-William Jacks.
Eighvth Grade--Elberta Teague Mat
tie L. Walker.
Seventh Glrado-Florence Madden.
Third Gy-ade---Paulig~e Coitett, Miu
(lred Fuller, Sara Jack's, Tommie Mar
Second Grade-Willilam Jacks, Earle
First Grade-H-enry Wade Milam.
"Found Seven Rasts Dead in Bin Next
Rolbert Woodruff says: "My 'prem
ises weire infested -with rats. I tried
RAT--SNAP on fiend's recommcndii
tion. Next morning found seveni dead
rats In bin, two near feed box, three
in stall. F~ounid lairgo number since.
No smell from dead'rats-RAT-SNAjP
ir~mys them up. Best thing I have over
uised." Three sizes. 35c, 65ic, $1.25.
Boldi and guaranteed by Laurna Hard
ware Co., Putnam Drug Store, and
1, E. Kennedy A Sn.
Jones, April 9.-Mr. and Mrs. B. D.
Elegel and daughter, Catherine, and
Mrs. Riegel's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed
mondson, of New York, are on a visit
to Ware Shoals.
Mr. Silah Roe'a little five-year-old
daughter 'was fatally burned in his cot
ton house last week, and the tenderest
symgathy of everyone goes out to the
The farmora are exceedingly busy
planting corn and cotton.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilmot Smith and Mr.
and Mrs. Leonard Bolt, of Greenville
wore in our midst recently,
,Posident Harding is manifesting an
Interest in the welfare of the farmers
and we hope that reliet may be soon
The tragic death of B. Morrison on
the 3rd Inst., was a great shock 'to his
friends He was a schoolmate of Gor.
Cooper In the Jones high school and
was very popular with his teacher,
Ptf. W. tP. Culbertson and .all of his
schoolmates. We sympathize tender
ly with his sorely bereaved family.
I0rs. Jones, Workman and Jones and
our trained nurse, Miss E~mory, are
very 1busy -looking "after the sick.
We were very sorry to hear of the
recent 'death of Mrs. George C. Hodges,
or Greenworod and sincerely sympathize
with the bereaved family.
Mrs. Dr. W. T. Jones and her daugh
ter, Mrs. G. 'L. Graham, were the re
cent guests of Mrs. Watt Johnson.
Squire Clement, of- Anderson, paid
a visit to Ware Shoals last Wednesday,
ana -was -mot Tavorably impressed with
the progressive spirit of the wide
awake little -city,
'Mrs. G. L. Graham was the recent
guest of Mrs. John T. Davis.
Chief of 'Police Koon at Ware Shoals
is 'a model officer.
Work on the department store at
Ware'Slioals is progressinv rapidly and
when comipleted it will be one of the
finest stores in 'the South.
'Mr. Frank P. Jones attended the ball
game in Greenville last Tuesday be
tween league teams from Philadelphia.
Born -on 8th inst., to Mr. and Mrs.
Oscar EMdwards, a daughter.
ttdbitual Constipation Cared
in 14 to 21 Days
"LAX-FOS WITH PFAPSIN" is a specially..
prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitual
Constipation. It relieves promptly but
should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days
to induce regular action. ft Stimulates and
Regulates, *Very Pleasant to Take. 00c
Quick Thinking Probably Saves Pris.
on. Negre in Tampa Jail.
Tampa, Fla., April 6.-A force of
atmed guards was placed within the
Hillsborough county jail tonight as a
precaution against the possibility of
an effort 'being made by a mob to
take Wilmer Collins, negro, brought
here today from 'Polk County, who is
charged with attempted attack on six
white women at Bartow Monday
The (presence hero of a considera'ble
number of Polk county men, -who ar
rived in automobiles during the af
ternoon and reports of threats to "get"
Collins led Sheriff W. C. Spencor to
prepare for any eventuality.
Shoriff John Logan of ;Polk county
prevented a lynching soon after Col
lins was captured near Lakeland thin
morning. The negro was taken first
to Lakeland and the sherIff and three
deputies started with him from there
in an automobile for Bartow. About
100 men overtook the sheriff's party
in the country. Halting his car, Sheriff
Logan faced the mob.
"Gentlemen," he said, "there will
be no trouble. I know every man
among you. I swear each and every
one of you in as a deputy sheriff. It
is your duty now to escort with tme
this prisoner to the jail at Bartow."
The mob was taken by surprise and
stood by, whilo the sheriff placed the
negro in a faster car than his own
and placing three doputies in the
car, told them to drive right through
Bartow and head for Tampa. They
soon outran the other cars and
brought the prisoner safely to this
Collins was a "trusty" in the coun
ty jail at Bartow, serving sentence
for a minor offense. He was sent on
an errand Monday and entered a house
and attempted to attack a white girl.
Her screams frightened him away, and
while he was ibeing sought, he went
to five other houses with the same
intent. He -was captured but escaped
while a mob was taking him into the
5her.t e In the
other 1toblag skis dieese.
Try a "l ous bon at ut d6
Lourens Drug Co.
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She will listen more eagerly
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Fashion in Shoes Oxfords.mm
At the windows of the
Valk-Over store women are Pumps
ewing the delightful new
lalk-Overs. It is interesting
'see these new styles because Colonials
ey are derived from what is
-w in the fashion centers of
e world. Louis Heels
ere is (ressines with details that
ggest the practicability of street
ear. A double strap with quaint
inp effect giving pretty shape to
e ankles without tile sacrifica Cuba Heels
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