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* WATTS MILLS NEWS *
Watts Mills, May IG.--The-entertain
lleit givel by fihe school on the lawn
on Satirday evening was quite a sue
vess In every respect. It was 1well at
tendel and very much enjoyed 'by those
inresent. We feel very grateful to ui
excellent teachiers for their earnest
-work amiong us and especially for their
faithftliness in arranging and drilling
the scholars for tile exercise!.; which
they So beautifully recited.
Aliss Hva Sorgee and .liss m:iIIIa
Corban went to Charlotte last week
where eIyI attelided the graduating
exercis s of .\liss Alma Corban.
Mtr. aid .lrs. au the r Corhan visited
in (affney and Creer last week.
AMrs. J. It. Kirby retiined home on
Monday after a week's visit in (Green
The Lattrens County Singing Con
vention will meet with the bulde'Is Ave
nue (lihiurch on ihi Fifth Sut nlay morn
in, at ten o'clock, May 2"(h.I The Ipub
lie is cordially invited to comnic and
!brinL wIll filled btaskets. Quite a
liuber of Lood Sill arei expIteited
an1d a good fitiu( for all1 is alt icipated.
We had a nici attendancie at Sunllday
School on S'-1unday morning, and a good
interl-st i:: bling manlifested in our
school. Ou r pastor. lker. II. C. .lar
till, heir bn on Sunday evening,
Mr. IL 0. Wilespie iiaile an interest..
in: tak for ui .
-J. M1. Moon. and family dined m-ith
.\lr. and .lrs. W. A. Moore on Lee
street, on Sunday.
Mr. liush will teach a singing school
herv durin . the next two weeks.
"Four1lid Seven Rats Dead In hun Next
IRObit Wood'lff says: "My prom
ises were i nfstei with rats. I tried
tAT-SNA' oI friend's recolimIenda
tion. Next mnor'ninIi g founilld seven dead
rats ill binl. two neiar feed box, thi roe
irn stall. Foundil large number since.
o sineli from dead rats-RATr-SNAI'
dirs thlm IIp. est thing I have ever
Ised." Three sizes. 85i, (;C, $1.25.
Solt and(] guaranteed by Laurns Iard
ware Co., Pitn I )rug Store, and
C. E'. etlnnledy & Son.
A\ lub . mething If all thosi citi
zen w o r f itrorl l or perisonlal ;Ir.(
Sin'rty i n ' hoaOl isti t If I l I
iliesa i rillwill b14 a !d (1inl ane
C'itrilie Friday. .\aY the4 27th. at
ii ie . loll .\. i. (or i he purpo. of
o'rn tax for Ina'intainling thle pubh
le school i tih ti wn of* lanns foi.
1he cheaste yars1921 and 192-2 anif
Ilhv el'ctinn) 0I two.( 11rustces.
BiY ordlr (If Bonard.
C. If. IMPlElt,
it. N. f(Ill l.S. sveretar1Y.
Sttlil ielt of i le ('oni lloll of file
B.\NN hOPF 1WI.N GS
l41i1d ai i wins, S. '., lsl I.he . los.e
Of bli1siesi .\pril 2s, 19)21,
I ?NSO t'I ?C Ks
las.nl . .isco.ni.. .. .... ; (
viirrfc.t..... .... .....I
Silver' andi Other Coitn .. .. ''9.
('locks ain'iCshi Itiems .. 1.93l
C'apIitIaI Storck 1Pai i n l . . . .$ 25,tOfrflO
Undlifvidledl 'llis, less Curi
renit l'x 'enas andf Taxes
l'aidl.. .... ........ gg~.
Indliv ia I 1)cposits Subjtect
to1 'lhiik...$272 17.51;
T'ilne ('ert iflceites ot li'
posit.......' . . 11,.1I11.32
Caishiit's Che'eks . 19.i;ti 25,;s1.75
State of Sothi Cairilina,
('ounty f l:aurenis,
lI'forie me catite l lenry ['ita O'wings,
Casi S etr0 of it aiibfve nlamedt' tinuk, w'ho,
btein du (ily swornl, says Ithat thei abtove
andii forlegcting statimtint is a tru'te ion
dlit ion itt said hank, as shiownt by thue
biooks ol' said bank.
S worni to and siib1s'ir ibefd befor'e me1
this Ith dlay of .\lay, 1921.
It. .\l. lIItYSON,
Correct A ttest: 0. WV. Owinigs. 110enry
'Kttn Owings, It. .\t. lrysoin, l)irectors.
* Is. el
' Constipation is the fore
runner of 85% of all
- human ills. It brings
on more suffering,
I I more ill-temper than
I any other single cause.
4But YOU CAN GET
INor de9 you have to take
any dlauseating, griping
medicines todo it. Take
R~iCH-LAX is a new treatment. It cleans
the system, removes the poisons from the
body, and puts yott In shape to accomplish
things. And RICH-.LAX does this without
leaving~ you weak and half-slck, as you
al nays feet aftter taking ordinary laxatives.
Guaranteed at Our Store. We are so mure that
Rich-I ax will please you that wo want you to
come to our atore and get a bottle and tr It en'
tirel yat our risk, lfit doean't ault you, il t Isn't
the best laxative medicine you ever usedl aimI
tell us so and we will promoDtly refund the fl
"WENIT IN" WITHOUT ARMOR
Dougihboy Resented imputation Which
Mu'seum Exhibit Seemed to Con
vey to the World.
A xvteran of the A. E. F., waider
Ing tiziong the arnor exhibits at the
Metritopol Itan Museurnm of Art, found
hirnslf suddenly fatee to face with a
"6tin haltt"-approved A. L. F. inodel
cereinonitously iinsitalledl in a glass Case
of Its own near the hiaystack-shaped
helintLs of the early Tartar tribes tintd
Itn! halberds and billhooks of t he
':tnrolwan Middle ages. It made blhi
fe(l historic ainid inportinit-for a
short inomnent-until his eye took in
tIne rest of the exhibit below the tin
There'wn a coiplete stilt of arinor
innde out of tle sane inetal.ias tite tin
hat, and it omp rlsed a neekplece, a
breastpilate, a stonalcin slieldJ tnnd a
Iaitir of thigh guards, all overltopping,
anid int string of ovvrlappditg steel plates
dowlin each arin-all strapped to a dunn
nay doighboy dressed inn 0. 1). and
weatring tine tin hat. It was labeled
"It's ill wrong," said tihe veteran
to titn attenthint. "There wasn't any
ting like that over there."
"it," said the attendaint, "the sign
here says tt tie bottoinn 'Exinerinnen tal
Arinnor,' " pointing to a s~inaii card
inusile tihe case. "I suppose that Ineans
to say It wasn't ised In practice."
"Well, It doesn't say it clearly
mnloigh for ine," saId the veteran.
lIe went off vowing indignantly that
he woultd lolge a protest with the mIu
sholun i ntnthorities itr n t l wit tit! Aineritann
Legion "'1 witin soniebody."-New
HELPS SOUTH SEA NATIVES
School Founded by English Woman
Has Been of Benefit in Inculcat
ing Self Reliance.
North of Fiji, In one of the islands
of th Ellce group of the Soutih sells,
edunenitioln of a praetical utnntre has
bIeeI going onl, and a leserted coral
t8slanitl ha1ts been tihe seet of a selool
for girls wher! not only te ordinaqrv
eurriculinn of Eurolpean schools iats
beti in fonrce but house-bulnling,
Imntting and other rnecessary irts of a
Itobilison Crtusote life. When the
school wins started there was not am
otier living jpnrson on the Islaind of
I'nlel'list', whilh is an enchitnting
Islnud, three-unrint'rs of it nmtule long
annld aibotit a hnfired yards In with,
its shores surrundt by conl reefs
antld bil iltne-t of inluie senls.
'Tne shnl wIs starel ebi my Itlin Eng
Ilshwonnnin, Mis .JnlfIT, it 1912, anitl
She has ben tinhe heatI In tis Islaint
of learnliig it tne Sth sas till tine
present tlin., whnen slit felt it was till,#
to 1lake a holiinty. I)evotedi to her
girls Ins thty n tre to her, sIe tells of
ilin-Ir sel f-rel iln in rnnnl clipabilIty. They
bil1t. thevir "wn houses anid dolrinitories
w'I th tint' ih-lp1 of It feV Mintive inen,
whose services were shortly i lslpensed
wIth, falnl onlty Onle tld ninn retlined
to h1l4 Inn tIht t4 hnta't I0itlttonsig. 'Thiere
ar' about 2,0(X) cornuoinnt tres on the
Islant nd the girl's n118hook after theinn.
Declared Nature Exempt.
710thr- is another story toli by Pro.
fessor Itoerlh 'wihlel results In the
henrer asking for assnn'cte'e of its
trulhI, wilchn is glivnri. It seerns thamt
certin e'nthunisiastlec revottlotin ists in
aunthlonrty In .Aloscow deck'tled thnat a
ighly dec~norative and stgnlfleannt effect
tould t be i p'Iroducedt~l 3 by n pinttinig then
grass aui tihe t rees atbotut tine gonvern
innrnt bunltllnngs In Moscow a bnright
rent. Ord'er'ns wtere given andn tine gov
'rinneint laintetrs set thnennt'elves tnnduns
I rlounsly to wvork gi ving ininappnleanraunce
to tint ollltial vetgn'tation wichi wve
tntntonly nattribunti to growvth nt tine
pla1 nt Ma rs. Whe tnrtupjon the ttartlIed
workitngnnnen intld~t oltiers of thet cty13
ilnrchned through te s teets andn imnaden
5olt'iinn prnott'st againnst Piatnting the
I tees atndl gratss of thbe cty3 red. rThir
wishnes in th in! aiittenr were n'hs'pete d
and mnture wans rellevedi of tine ineces
sity of subnseribing tto tine soviet conde
--Chnritatint St'ltnen Mnito r.
Elight-yeair-ohln Hinthi wats having hnrT
first party13. Before tint guensts camen
mith Ier ginve hetr at Innng tlk I oin tint
duties of a hots' ess, aind tn)Il iner to
be sutre thaint e'very oane wtas served
w ih all tine rtefre'shmeint'ns. Aintd Itunth
Ittt iamnoing tine guiests was one lit'
tlne unlss wino wtas very shy. Shnt didn't
inlay nnny of tihe gametts, sihe didin't ('On
verse, andnt whnent tine Iee crnn w~as
bnrnoughnt fonrwardm rnefunsed to tke iany.
'Then Ytth enmne over to hetr. "Yonu
inuist eaitt somint,"' sine insistedn, offering
hetr innter tiIsht of creamin.
'iT! Ittlet vIsitor shook her head.
"I tdon't wvan t nnny," sine pe'rsistt't.
"uit y'ou mnnst eat it,"' Itthin IsIst
ted. "Yon musst n'nt It even If you bave
tto thnrow It unp afterwardmmn."
Use Care .n Handling Powder.
Opning a wode'n ke'g of bnlack
blansting powder(ti wvitin a woont~i tonol
maiht ntppenar tto bet tint safest tof menth
ends, yet Itnhe Uitdot Sttens buremnu of
inets ('ntls attenton tno a inumnber of
seioumns acents retsul tting fr'omn thne
prat it"e. 'The habli it in my pinacn!M
hast bineen to tdrive na tinrdwoodnnn spilke
thnroungh tint hitadt oft thet kong, amt lia
se'vtral instao nt'ts tint Igntitin of tine
powde~itr inas dlretly f'ollowedn. 'The
tcntsne temintIns unexln ed lnnn, thtoughm'
anmy one tnf a inumbe i ot''tf ation mu' nay
bne' retspontslible. IBecau lst' of thle dlem'n.
tonstranted dal '.nger, it Is rnonnmtttet
Ithait tpowderl'l tnt nextr'actIed fr'on itIs
kegs only by wany of tint huinnghnole,
e'ven if morte tIn in'Is ntniretie.-pop
uhunr Mechannnles Magazimne
PHRENOLOGY CALLED A FAKE
Ne:thsr "Bumps" Nor Features, it is
Now Asserted, Can Indicate
Chgracter of Man.
There has recently been a marked
revival of the "phrenology" hunbug,
and charlatans are coining money by
exatimining people's' "bumips" and dlraw
Ing Iherefroin analytical conclusions
in regard to their talents and traits
of character, reinarks a writer in the
The cleverest fakers in this line spe..
clalize III the alleged study of pyi.
ognomay ats indleative of psychie traits,
etc. This sort of thing "goes" wonder
fully well, inasnuch as the average
person is n'ch interested in his own
face and in what it may be supposed
Physical anthropologists, however,
are flimn in asserting that there is
nothing whatever ii tile idea. There
i no essential relation between the
features of a hiumniai inlividual and his
charnteter-beyond, of course, the fact
that disposit ion and teiperiaiment may
and coninnonly do so modify the muns
cuiar structure, especially about the
notlh, as to relder the expression in
dicative. Thi, for examiple, a sour
teiilier or a crafty habit of inid will
show Itself in a person's face more
and inore ats lie grows older.
A prominent hiin does not necessar
fly signify firinness of character; nor
whiien exaggerated, does it mean bru
tality. Story writers nowadays teach
us that eyes set "too close together"
indleate slyness antd meanness. There
is no inore truth in that idea than in
the notion that a big nose suggests
Where beauty of feature Is con
cerneI one inight say that it depends
fundanentally upon the shape of the
skull mask. A woman's skull is more
lightly constructed than that of a man,
and even the texture of its bones is
REBUKED LACK OF COURTESY
Young Lady Naturally Felt She Had
Rights as the Invited Guest
of the Driver.
A young farner who lives in a
southern Indlana county brought a
drh~ ng horse recently, and after pon
dering over a namine for it deilded to
call It Closer.
A few (iys later tho young man
niade sin egagenient ~ with a young
wonin ith Ite neighborhood for a Sun
day afternoon drive. At the appoint
ed hour on the day designated the
young inan, driving the horse hitched
to ia freshly-paintd buggy, called for
Ihe young wollial. They started on
the drive and the horse trotted along
sit a satisfactory speed for the first
half-mIle. When the spee(d began to
slacken the young m1a said:
"Get up, (loser."
The girl innedlately made pro er
mannifostition of her indignation.
"That's iny horse's name," repl d
the youth, apologetically.
"Well, that's just what I was von
dering ibout," said the girl. "Who
is your guest on this drive, the horse
"Why, you are, of course," said the
driver in amzeiment.
' "Well, please do mIe the honor and
courtesy to (hiret your conversation
toward your guest," idhe said( with a
Weathiest and Biggest.
There lire now neairly six million,
peopile' in thme city of Newv York, and
it is the largest center of population
on the globe. It ia growIng faster
thar. London at the rate of ntearly two
to one0; London doubles Its p~opulaitionl
every 30 years and New York every
New York's cash balance domands8
a stun of more than thirty millIon
dollars, andi it is the wealthiest city
in the world. In fact, its total as
sessedi value is greater than all of the
UnIted States west. of the MissIssippi,
and its income exceedls that of 20
Evhery nuiIot(eenth American lives in
New Y ork eity, and one tenth of all
p1anuf1 actuired products Is madi~e there.
Tihere are twvice as many theaters
I New York, and three times as many
hio\ela as are in Lond~on.-P~opuilar
Just Naturally FrIendly.
A wvoman who is knownu ini the south'
ern Inialna toIwn ini whIch she lives
for her friendliness anld libsenitind
edness, recently wenit to Indian
apol01s on a shoppIng tour. She
laiJnned to retuirn 01n a1 late aifternloon
interurbani car, and hiurriedl from
store to store. She bought severail
airticles at ai department store and1(
was walkinig rapidlly toward tJue exIt
thiniklng wher' she would go next.
In her hliste she droppledI one of hier
pac(kages9. A floor walker recovered
it anld handing it to her said:
''here is your lparcei, maldam. Call
"Thank you, I will,'" she replIed.
"You bing your folks and conme over
to see u1s r(eal soon1."
Paper Gown for Physicians.
Thle first dieslggn of a paper gown
wvheI can h!iile worn) by3 phIysICelans
hiandilng tranmiss1ibl8)e dliseases, an~d
thenii( discardled, has be'n made(1 by
Mrs. AnnIe C. Milley of Mount Airy,
P'hilad elphia. Th'le presen't garmnents
are dlflewit of dlistinfect'Iion and1( lave
been1 foturni to lhe freri' itly (danger
(1u1 surci(es of ('ontI)p. The(y lire
alsio espoinsive. Mrs. Miley's gown is
made(14 of saift white c'reiie paper and1(
resn em'dtes Itie envelop'ing galrment
worn lby Ied Cross nurses dutrlng the
WA'IERLOO NEWS *
iWaterloo, May 16.-Miss Grace Siins
is visiting her sister, Miss Sue Sims,
in Honea Path, this week.
Rev. S. 1-1. Booth and family left
Mlonday for a few days' visit to rela
tives in Willaiston.
Mr. Niles Clark, the - efllcient and
popular carrier on Route No. 2, spent
the week-end with his home people in
the Ora section.
ir. and mrs. J. C. Smith, Sr., were
Effective May 7,
reduced in price to $(
This reduction pl
as we have the lowest
you go, you will find i
Some day you wi
40 per cent. mor<
50 per cent. mor
60/per cent. mor
Ask the man wh<
Here is Anoth
Ladies' Hose S
Ladies' Fiber Silk Hose, Blai
and Cordovan, Wort
Special, this week o
"Women's white mercerized Hoi
Special, this week o
<Ladies' Burson Out Size Hc
Special, this week o
Big Sale of Wan
Proof Corsets th~
No. 518, front lace, full busi
.Special, this week or
No. 0941, front lace, medium 1
Special, this week oun
No. 199, f't lace. ned. bust, y
Special, this week oni
All $3.00 Warner's Rust-I
Special, this week oni
| Enterprise Natiorn
guests of friends in the 3reezewood
section of Greenwopd county, last
week,, and on Sunday Mr. Smilth de
livered an address in the Methodist
church at that place.
Mrs. Jesse "Mays and little daughter
are at home from a visit to Mr. it. G.
Wallace and family at Newberry.
Mr. J. Mike Smith returned last
week from a visit to his old home In
Mr. and Mrs. E'llis Roberson visited
friends in Coronaca last Friday.
Mrs. J. M. 'Pearce has returned from
a visit to Columbia.
at 490 Tou
$820.00 f. o. b. Flint, I
1921, the Chevrolet 490 1
>45.00 f. o. b. factory.
aces the Chevrolet in a m
priced completely equipp
ion has traveled around th
it your neighbor's car.
11 own a Chevrolet.
a miles on gas.
3 miles on tirds.
miles on lubricating oil.
nt Motor C
Laurens, S. C.
er Assortment c
~uld Appeal to E
id Critical Buye
:k, Grey, Creme $1.00 Net, whit
nly, 50c 75c Scrim a
se, full fashioned 15c Scrim, crea
nly, 50c 40c. Scrim, whia
se, Black only
nly, 50c A Big Re
er's Rust- Black Satee
is WeekAll $3.50 Ul
, siZes 23 to 33
- $4.00 Und
ly, $5.00 Bi1
ust, worth $6.50 Speci
yv $5.00 86 inch Good
ilnk, worth $3.50 This w
ly, $2.50 27 inch Apron
roof Corsets 27 inch Dress GI
ly, $2.00 This w
JI Bank Buildling
- Mr. George Anderson has the. con
tract for erecting a new .bridge over
Reedy river at the old Ivy Bluff place.
The iresent .bridge is in bad condition
and a new bridge here will fill a long
felt wnt. The lumber is expected'this
week and 'work will 'begin at once.
Miss Mildred Fenneil ai)et I
nreek-ond as the 'guest of Miss, Mary
Booth at IA1nder College.
Miss Edna Smith left this week for
a visit to her grand-p)arents in' Ilamip
Mr. Clarence Cuningham has re
turned from a visit to Dr. and Mrs. B.
13. Steedly, in Spartanburg.
ouring Car has been
ost enviable position,
ed automobile on the
e world. Everywhere
>f Big Specials i
e and cream, this week only
ad Net, white and cream,
week only, 38c.
m and white, this week only ~
te and cream, this week only
'duction in Cotton
n Underskirt, worth $5.00
week only $2.50
derskirts, this week only
erskirts, this week only
al this Week
Quality Bleaching, Special
eek only 10c. yard
Ginghams, Special this week
inly 10c. yard
nghams good quality, Special