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IV SANTUC NEWS. V
Santuc, May 27.?Miss Lois Morrison
and brother, Clarence, of Columbia,
William and Andrew Mar- ^
tin of Hodges, spent the week-end at
Mr. W. E. Morrison's.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. McGee and
children, of Belton, were down last
waak vintincr relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. ay and children ^
spent Sunday with Mr. M. B. Kay
Miss Lizzie Sharp has returned to
her home at Mr. W. F. Kay's to m
' spend the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Kay were in
the city shopping Saturday after- f1
Mrs. Walter Able was shopping in
the city Saturday.
Mr. R. B. Haddon spent Sunday at s
Mr. W. E. Morrison's and Mrs. Er- ^
mie Haddon returned home with him
\ ' fi'
to spend a few days.
Miss Lizzie Sharp and little FranT
ces Kay spent Saturday afternoon
with Miss Mary Kay.
Mrs. Tuppy Boyd has returned *>'
home after a few days visit to Mrs.
W. J. Milford. n'
Mrs. Tom Niokles unfortunately]
had her arm broken Friday. She is jtr
doing as well as could be expected. I ni
Mrs. E. J. Botts and Mrs. Mason 1S
Wright visited Miss Mary Kay Sun- m
day. . hi
Mrs. W. W. Bradley and Mrs. C. m
B. Klugh of Abbeville, visited Miss C1
T i??i? OViairrv PriJoir offorntfinn
UiiUA I# & * MAVWAOW...
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Culubreth andj V
children spent Saturday night at Mr. ^
S. E. Price's. V
"Mr. W. H. Sharp is sick at this ^
writing. We wish him a speedy re- V
Messrs. George Morrison and
James Haddon were business visitors S1
to the city Saturday. E*
^ Mrs. Aug. W. Smith and her ^
-r young son, Perrin, are in the city
from Greenville and are spending
sometime with Mr. and Mrs. T. G. J
? For m o
|| Weak 0"
< Women 191
Iiwefororotfyetfa |J/J ^
K/J Thousands ot voluntary |rm sp
VTk letten from women, tell- w/1 m
BCl lag of the good Caidui Kj
l/J has done them. This is K/l si
Y% the best proof of flie value \/\ R
WyM ofCardui. It proves that Kl
Kl Caxdoi is a good medicine ai
for women. ^
/I There are no harmful or ^ s
habit-foristog drugs hi /
/fl CarduL It is composed / f(
/I only of mild, medicinal ^ dl
yl ingredients, with no bad n
^ after-effects. . . ^ G
The Woman's Tonic i
YoueanrelyonCardui. ms\ \v
1^1 Surely it will do for you KJ v
wnai it nas acme ior so w/j >
many thousands of other f/j v
women! It should help. M v
"I was taken tick, t/l
seemed to be . . . Crl
writes Mrs. Mary E.Veste, K/l
of Madison Heights, Va. K^J c
. "I got down so weak, K/l
could hardly walk . . . |^l tl
just staggered around. Kl
... 1 read of Cardul, Kl ^
and after taking one hot- K4 ,
| fie, or before taking quite KJ
.all, I felt much better, t p
took 3 or 4 bottles at
I that time, and was able to f/j e
do my work. I take it in
^the spring when run- t(
a 11 x m
' /! aown. i naa no appcuic, i
|/| and I commenced eating, t/
L/| It is the best tonic I ever 1/
l/J saw." TryCardui. e
M All Druggists K
Mad Spent Enough
To Buy Them Home
iRS. CLEM TRIED MANY MEDICINES
BUT FAILED TO GET
."I have spent enough money to
uy a house and lot trying to find
ome medicine that would give me
elief from my ailments, but I failed
ntil I took Tanlac," said Mrs. Eva
Hem, of 170 Jackson Street, Greenwood,
in a a statement praising Tanic.
"I was a sufferer from stomach
rouble and a very bad form of ner
ousness. i naa no appe^ie anu
lost everything I ate disagreed with
ie. I suffered almost continually
ith headaches, my health was all
in down and I was so weak I could
ardly do any work around the
ause. While I was trying to get
iy housework done I would have to
o to bed twoi or three times a day.
eally, I was almost past going. I
ad been in bad health for ten or
"Some friends induced me to try#
anlac. I now weigh over ten
ounds more than I did when I bean
to take Tanlac. It, gave me a
aod appetite, too, quieted my
erves, built up my strength gener-J
ly and soon corrected my stomach!
ouble so I can eat heartily and do
3t suffer afterwards. Tanlac sure
a fine medicine, it was that for1
ie, and I am glad to give the very
ighest recomendation, for it did
ore for me than any other jtoedine
I ever took."
COLD' SPRING. NEWS. \
Cold Springs, May 27.?Miss Dese
and Mr. Marvin King were the
xests at Mr. Pierce Bowen's Saturly
night and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Kay and chil"???+
I Qnw/loir of My* W T?
,CU open 1/ UUI1U?J uw AIM*. rm~rn
Mr. D. E. Newell, Jr., of McCorick,
spent the week end with home
Master Alvin and Neuffer Uldrick
||ht Saturday night with their sisr,
Mrs. C. C. &ay.
Mr. Horace King spent Saturday
ght with Mr. W. A. King of near
Mrs. Tom Hawthorne and children
' Abbeville, spent Saturday night
id Sunday with Mre. Cornelia Fant.
Mrs. D. E. Newell and son Arthur,
id Mrs. T. P. Uldrick and little
rancis, spent last Thursday at Mr.
Mrs. Andrew Newell and baby re*
irned home Sunday afternoon after
tending last week with Mrs. N. P.'
Master Alvin and Neuffer Uldrick
tent Sunday with their sister, Mrs.
. A. Hagen. v*\\ u
Messrs. Julius and Eugene - Mann
id Bob King of McCormiek, were
te guests at Mr. D. E. Newell's on
Mrs. Lark Wilson is spending' a
sw days of this week wfth her
iughter, Mrs. J. R. McCombs.
Mrs. Essie Smith and children of
reenville, are spending a few days
I this week with Mrs.' J. R. Mc-<
Mr. Ernest Fant rerutned home
ist week after'Beeing spheral months
irvice overseas. He was in the~1iosital
several weeks with pneumonia
at he looks well and seems to be
11 right now.
DUE WEST. V
(A. R. Presbyterian.) V
Mrs. J. B. Bigham of Chester, S.
I., spent the week end in town.
Next Sabbath Dr. Sprunt preaches [
le Baccalaureate sermoc.
Dr. and Mrs. J. P.* Kennedy, re-|
irned the first of the week to Texas
Mr. Hamilton of the Seminary,
readied at McCormick last Sabbath.
Mrs. Sara Nash of Laurens, visitd
Miss Sarah Addiscfe last week.
Miss Virginia Staley of WashingDn,
D. C., reached Due West on
Commencement begins Saturday
vening with exercises in Theologial
Rev. George Sexton filled the puiit
at the Baptist church last Sabath
Miss Janie McDill returned to
Due West last week, her school a!
Westminster having closed.
Mrs. Janie Kennedy Brice has
been the gueBt for several days oJ
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Kennedy.
Miss Mae McDill, who has ha-;l
charge of a school at St. Matthews,
is at home for the vacation.
Miss Mary Stevenson and Miss Alberta
Montgomery reached Due West
last week from their school in Greenville.
Paxr .Tnir Rnnann and hi# nRrtv of
missionaries landed last Wednesday
at San Francisco, so a telegram to
Mrs. R. M. Ranson states.
Miss Martha Bonner, who has a
position in Colombia, spent several
days in Due West last week. She returned
to Columbia the" latter part
J of the week. a
V CALHOUN FALLS. V
The ladies of Calhoun Falls on
last Friday had the pleasure or hearing
Mrs. M. T. Coleman, of Abbeville.
We hope this will not be Mrs. uoie
man's last visit to our town.
Mrs. Jim Sherard and little daughter,,
Nannette, spent Saturday and
| Sunday in Abbeville with the former's
sister, Mrs .Mille.
[ Messrs. Harry George, Clyde Hoy,
and Jesse' Davis spent Saturday afternoon
in Elberton on business.
Dr. Hay-din of, Charleston, spent
the week-end with his parents, Rev.
an<J Mrs. Hardin.
Miss Gladys Beel,' Loraine and
Martha Cool: of Latimer, spent Saturday
nihtg with Mrs. B. C/Wilson.
Miss Lura Cox spent Sunday with
Miss Evelyn Tucker. '
' Mr. J. T. Poore spent Saturday
night and Sunday at home.
| Mr. H. M. McCain of Audley Hill
& Co., Augusta, Ga., was in town on
Monday on business.
Miss Sadie Ammons spent Monday
night with her sister, Mrs. W; J.
Capt. and Mrs. Pruitt are spending
a while in Atlanta with Capt.
Mrs. Marie Baker of Spartanburg,
is vsiiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. N. Calhoun.
Dr. P. K. Black of Mt. Ckrmel, was
in town Saturday morning on business.
The friends of Mr. Henry Wilson;
are glad to know he is beck in the
U. S. A., and will be home soon.
Mrs. Jim Hester of Mt. Carmel, S.
C., spent Tuesday afternoon with
her sister-in-law, Mrs. Dickson.
Mrs. Sarah Weinraub motored to
Elberton Tuesday afternoon on
business. ' /
M .rand Mrs. Jim Swift of Middleton,
Ga., stopped here a few hours
on their way to Greenwood.
Mr. Stevenson, of Abbeville, was
in town Tuesday afternoon on business.
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Long Cane, May 28.-?Mrs. J. M.
McKellar of the city, spent the week
end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. D. Beauford.
Misses Eva and Estelle Finley
spent the week-end with relatives in
Abbeville. , <.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Drennan, of
Anderson, and Misses Clara, Viola
and lone Beauford motored over to
Greenwood Sunday and spent the day
With Misses Violet and Mary Drennan.
Miss Eppie Beauford spent Sunday
with Miss Linnie Beauford. \
Mrs. John Cromer and Mrs. Dock
Cromer spent Sunday in Smithville
Mr. W. D. Beauford was a' business
visitor to the city Friday.
We are sorry to report that the
little baby of Mr. and Mrs. W. S.
Bosler is sick at this writing arii we
hope that it will soon be well a^ain.
Mr. and Mrs. John Wright of
I Lowndesville, spent the week-end of
last week with Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Mrs. Will Martin and Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Martin, spent Sunday of last
| week with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Erwin.
Mrs. Essie Stone and Mr. Earl
Stuart spent Sunday of last week
'with relatives in Donalds.
This community was grieved to
'learn of the death of Mrs. Martha
Jane Bowie which occurred at her
home in Gilgal last week.
L RETAILERS RALLYING
TO. THRIFT MOVEME1
i A clarion call to retail deal
! throughout the country to aid
spreading the gospel of happy thi
I and promote the government's wc
(jof selling Thrift and War Savin
Stamps has been issued by the Jre;
. ury Department through the nev
: created Savings' division. Alrea
the list of retailers who had Savin
societies in their organization i
' tively operating last year, has be
augmented by hundreds of new :
cruits to the list. Promising repo:
received to date by the governme
already indicate that many large i
tail associations in the country, sot
(with 2000 and 3000 branches, ha
responded to the appeal and start
the establishments of savings' soc
ties in each of their branches.
The Treasury Department baa
its appeal to the retailer on his e
pert knowledge of business and 1
appreciation of the fundamentals
the conservative handling of mon
and the elimination of waste as
Always Ask for Genuine
"Bayer Tablets of Aspirin"
Only Aspirin Tablets with t'
safety "Bayer Cross" on iheVn a
genuine "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin
owned and made by Americans ai
proved1 safe by millions of peop]
Unknown quantities of fraudule
Aspirin Tablets werp sold recent
by a Brooklyn dealer which prov
to be composed mostly of Talcu
"Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" shou
always be asked for. Then look f
the safety "Bayer Cross" on tl
package and on each tablet. Acce
nothing else! Proper directions ai
dosage in each Bayer package.
. Aspirin is the trade mark of Ba
er Manufacture of Monoacetica<
dester of Salicylicacid.?Adv.
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we nave ictciiu
the late Mr. Jas. C
. agencies in town,
patrons and are in
expirations will be
in your policies wi
We appreciate y
vice at all times.
Represent only I
some of the oldest i
!' SOUTHERN LIFE ,
Has over half a million
force in Abbe
One of the oldest and st
N Written by the Home
Why lose by hall, le
Plate Glass, Accident
Automobile Liability Im
United 8tates Fidelity
Fidelity and Casualty
We are full tinu
We appreciate y
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matter of every day routine in hii
NT trades. '
&ra In an address "The Value of Pub
*n | lie Thrift as a Stabilized of Busi
i ness", recently delivered before th<
>rk . National Retail Dry Goods associa
fP' [ tion convention in New York, Wil
a9* liam Mather Lewis of the Savings
riy division of the Treasury Department
dy said in part:
^ "The more thirfty the people of ?
1C" community are, the more promptly
en they pay their bills; apd the m^ort
re" promptly they pay their bills, th?
taiore remote becomes the possibility
,nt of failure.
re- "Wa'ste is an enemy of good busine
yiess. In certain districts of New
ve York investigators found that 11
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We will be glaa to serve
a position to give you the
renewed promptly and a
11 be made gladly and pro
our business and will gr
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dollars insurance In H
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congest life Insurance s<
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and Health, Public and h
f and Cibarantee Co.
5 insurance agents, can hi
our business and are alws
Insurance & Tru
percent of the content* of the garbags
can was perfectly good staff.
"The amount of usable material
abandoned in this country every
year amounts to millions." ' \
| REPORT OF COUNTY AGENT
County Agent, W. A. Rowell, Ab
> bevilie (Jounty, made visits w>- iss
farmers and completed our bull Mt
sociations for block two. He''was as*
r sjsted by Mr. T. W. Moseley. At Due
West we raised the $260 in less than ^
s 30 minutes because those people, had
r had the ustf of a good bull before; , i
but at Donalds it took two days . to
raise the fnon'ey?which spells the
r difference between knowledge and illiteracy.
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'two of the, largest
all of Mr,
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