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* * * * * * * * * * had one year, trying to carry out the
LISBON LOCALS. * Williamson plan. In the fall, say
* about the first of November, we took
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * our two horse turn plows and bedded
IAsbon, April 15.--We farmers are our land. Then we followed with a
getting ready to plant cotton seed, and subsoil as deep as we could get it, in
some of us did intend starting this the early spring we followed with a
morning, but the rain came and blast- scooter, mUtting four furrows. The
ed all of our arrangements. However, last, days of March we planted our
we will go at it as soon as the ground corn. After the corn came up, we wait
will do. Those that planted corn in ed about five or six weeks, then we
March have very good stands. Grain took our D. and B. plows and bedded
patches, gardens and strawberries are to the imiddle. We got very closo to
looking flne, and we hope to have some the corn, then we took these same
fruit. 'e oat crop looks fairly well. scooters and run around It very close,
The farmers intend to raise more corn and let it stand a few days. It being
and sow more peas, to improve their dry at the time some of the corn died
land and at the same time have more before we got back to commence with
feed stuff. You have asked us farm- our cotton seed meal and 10-4 acid.
ers to write an article, or to give our We put it around one side and in six
ideas as to how to cultivate a corn or seven days we went back and plow
crop with regards to the Willianson ed the corn and put the same amount
plan. We will tell our experience, we around the other side, and in the
Scrubs Fatten Quickly
You want your pigs to eat as much as possible - -
when you fatten them. Give them a great variety l put sone senrby
of feed, keep the appetite keen and the digestion intte and gave them cee
good order, and you will obtain the desired result; De teOd. EDoCoN
especially if you mix with the grain ration a dose of ne. eat o g o
e D e STOCK H. Kisner
MEDICINE D.nlevle, W. Va.
Whets the appetite-Helps digestion. 25c, and . per can.
P. B. 4
$200,000 Worth of Real Estate for Sale!
Store Rooms on the square; Livery and Sales Stables;
1lacksnitlh Shop and Tools; the Gfray & Shealy Machine
Shop and surrounding buildings; City houses and1 lots. All
kinds of farm lands. Prices and terms right.
I buy and sell Stocks. Also write Life and Fiy insurance
B. M. WOLFF V
The Real Estate Man Laurens, S. C.
It conquers distance--at lowest
cost. Think of it--thousands of
Ford owners are traveling for
less than two cents a mile. The
Ford has given the freedom of
the "open road" to the man of
Five hundred dollars is the price of a Ford run
about; the touring car is five fifty; e town car
seven fifty--f.o.b. Detroit, complete with equip
ment. Get catalog and particulars form Summers
Garage, Lamrens and Newberry, S. C.
Our Southern Friends are Proud of Mexican Mustang Liniment
because it has saved them from so much suffering. It soothes
and relieves pain soon as applied. Is made of oils, without
any Alcohol and cannot burn of sting the flesh. Hundreds
of people write us that Mustang
Liniment cured them when all
other remedies failed.
Thie Great Family Remedy for
Sore Throat, Colds,
Cuts, Burns, Backache,
and the ailments of your
TAka thi. to youW de.Ilet anI say you want
Medecan Mustang Linirnent.
I I / .. -a . m
meantime there came a good season *
and our corn changed it's color. Our CROSS HILL NEWS
last application was soda, and we want
to say that it was the beat corn we cv
or made on poor uptard and we en- Cross 11111, April 20.-A sad acci
dlorse the Williamson plan, but we lent happened here Saturday when
want to add, we believe in thorough an old colored woman, Eliza Cambell,
preparation, good cultivation, with a was struck by the southbound vesti
good season every time the corn needs bule engine and instantly killed. She
it, otherwise with heavy fertilizing i was trying to cross the track In front
man will not make enough corn to pay of the incoming train, which was
the fertilizer bill. near the depot and slowing up for the
That was our experience last year stop, and had almost succeeded. The
But we had bottoms, with the same egineer tried to stop his train but too
fertilizing which made us good heavy near the wonan when lie saw the sit
corn, as the bottoms did not need so nation. The old lady was knocked
much rain. When we smake good some distance, her arn and leg brok
crops down this way the seasons are en, and skull crushed. Eliza was one
always in evidence, and upon that you of the fev 01( time slavery negroes
can calculate otherwise all this talk and had been the property or Dr.
about what a man is going to do to Cambell of this place. She was nearly
the plow is hot stuff. 75 years 01( and rather feeble. Many
The candidates are slow about con- friends among the whites regret with
ing out, but we imagine they are feel- sorrow the sad accident.
Ing their way. We are so glad that Miss Ruth Simmons, who has been
there are so many coming out for gov- indisposed for several (lays, was cai
ernor. Two years ago the lines were Hid to a hospital at Columbia Friday
very closely drawn, but we would like foi surgical treatment. She was ac
to see them draw them this time, if coilaniel by her father, .1. W. Slm
you were not so and so you could not nn and Dr. Kiugh. A 'phone mes
get our votes. We are for Bob Cooper sage received here states that she is
ilrst and if he is left out then we will now doing well.
have to look tp another iman. Mr:. l'lbenIa Holland of Catawba.
Little Earl, a son of Mir. and Mrs. S. (.. witi tie itte boy, Francis
Frank Sprouse, has been very ill for 'Tirnet i ellaid. ;ient tho week-end
several drys, but we are glad to say With her lather, I ,v. W. P. 'Turner.
the little fellow ist resting some bet- Miss ila Co:ton, music teacher
ter at this time. lira; Fuller and Fen- of tle Foss 11111 school, went to A th
nel of Waterloo think that there is ens, Ga., l1el1:i to visit friends for a
some chance for the child. few (ays.
Mirs. .1. T. A. hallow has been right [le fonrth iiuiiei of the Lyceum
sick all the week w ith a bilious attack. Course will appea' at the audito'iui
* * * * * * * * * * * * * " * "this evening. te attraction will he
"* given by Mr. Pr-ye, the eminent imper
* ITEMS FROM OWINGS. * sonato'.
" All thle teac'hei's with fifty p:t:mils
* * * *.** * * ** *** * * * *
* "" ". "r r" "" "" "* *" "and S''u'e of t ime trustees and llatr'ns.
Owhlag. April 21."--\ir. hi. l3lufford atteaded Il'e Bounty fair Friday. It
l'utnai of this town, but who has was ar
been residing in Florence for some the cnt oyaio it i he andools
time, and Miss Lucy Self, of Florence, ue'ed if. will prove Hil inspition to
were happily joined in the holy bonds education.
of matrinony last week. Misses An
ile and Daisy Putnam and Miss Clat- " " " " " " " " " " " " *
ette ienry attended the wedding. Ti'L'*
young couple arrived here last Friday, * Watts 3ill School hloi Roll. *
and were given a reception by Mrs. '
lUlufford Putnam on Saturday evening + " " " " " " " " " " "
Miles Hunter of Greenville visite'l First (.ade: Swanee Linder' Willie
homefolks Sunday. Allen, Lewis Minnis. Edwin Thonas,
Mrs. )olfuts Owings, and Miss Aln Frank Peuland, Gray Pattoni. k
Owins wi'et~l guets f M's.h'~ Taylor, Sailie Owens, l lernion Patton.
Owings were the guests of Mrs. Ilo
Stoddard last Mcnday. Alice Kt'by, ':uiik Clark, Alvin Lam
Quit a be, Raymond Odell Paul ela,
towni we re in Laeur enstof last Fi'riday. It Roy Page, '[had Riddle, Louis \"iu4 -
is st:2ed that the agent of tie C. & W.lock, Maud Brownlee, All h Price. 10 :m
C. railway sold 120 tickets to Lau tens
on Iart Frid; v morning. Scond (rade Sadie Fiank, Sadie
Mr. iU. O. Hi iutt has recently moved Iiugles. Grace KellIy. M a'y I.. I''.
into his new home where he will re- Lucile Martii, Grace Oxti, I' 'a I
side in the future. Tmin, Eva Witlock, Roy Con:ion,
Mr. ,1. It. Owtin;s has been in A!1h- oy it,.
ville, N. C.. for several days. Third Grade: Claia Allen. I, is
.\iss Sue A. Owings left last Wed- Bobo, Nina Hobo, Lu'ie ilislip ('1yd
nesday for Ashevlle, where she will Coughtly. Iilleti..hesse. Belt i.
l~ Ii'atd o' erhelt.Kee, Andrella McKee, tloy O'deI.,
be treated for her health.
T. A. Willis, Jr., who opened upt Louise Price, Iloi Taylor, Glady.;
mercantile business tiear this town a Tomlin.
few months ago reports that he is do- Fou'ti Grade: Flotetce fanem
lng a good busitness. ratk Burns, Ruth Gregory, Lilie
D~r. Brimi filled his usual apploint-IlglsWon liheutOi',
meints at the fIrst Presbyterian church rc PtoiEbi' epltn
Mir. W. S. Powei' of Laur~ls wvas in CaaMriCa'neMittLil
town Saturday night and S'unday. PaeMineLeSoylydT
Mi'. and Mrs. J. 'T. Owitngs wvere vis-lo'
itors of Miss Price WVallace last Sun- SitGtde'aieCa'k i
Miss Mamie Goddard of Coronaca SeetGrd:MueMaJsee
has been visiting Mi's. R. A. Stoddai'd Iokt orIlnhi
fot' a cou,,le of weceks, and will ittob- Yukovwa aptsi lls
ably lie hei'e foi' a while lonigert, as nwihtepubig i ol oi
she has given no0 deflnite tiime wvhendtlnet'hoyit osesha
she will r'eturn. She is not only in-bot ot'atthho9orsieohe
teresting but entei'taininig. teStlCfntdsiitehmnbd
The people of this towna will be gladastelllil.defo'heos,
to kinow that the C. & W. C. t'ailwayanthysll(Jbketi rscas
will erect a new depot that will mleet cniinall tm.I o lv
the dlemands of the 'teople in and Canbian'Tbltadyo ar
arouind towni at an ear'ly date. crant e htc 'he.Frsl
Di'. Bt'im speint the week-end with l l ells
Mr'. and Mi's. .J. L. Gray.
Miss Clar'ette Hetnry wvho has been88888888888
visititng heri gr'andmiother', Mi's. [lui-EEN OT.
ford Putnami i'ecently retui'ned to her'8
Croden l, April 20.-A lb sad saccl'
WEA~h hi ~ ngwas trc at the tscuhond veoti
Piurshum Sae Mmke~'rhiit l bules erdynght, Adil itntl bkitled. She
flar Sftnui Aliidiiit. 'clck tryingt coo l th prkvnmfrnt
of omai' gicacsteiai'llyt of etes inycoing.an hc a
niny lav si'ake,/hlil 11(1 iehstoMp, aiid Miad alos sucReeed. Theii
hairand thik tejois io teitlIyegtnder tid to stod his. trai butto
Freuet aph~agots o risa uofthen Te seon.dywsknce
sagewel m'bbe i~to te salpis oml e M isan e ers Grad ofg brok
it tonight-yon, andresllyle cruthed.'islOweaswSsnday
ed wth te rsul Notonl wilt f Miss Sew Gray tamd Gravy negr soet
hair becomedsoft, theffypradiant wit
lif ad rahy duby eauiflutalltiCater end ofi plae Shee with nearl
danrufdiappars falin har ad 75A yArsronand te familef .Many
All ruggsts ell larebotle oSrrowgthe ea adnt. d ono
PariianSageforfft cets. etftor sundera tratm.et shrei wausan
fromLaurns rug o. adteymwl ns reaiv tDr.ough. hA 'onhs ms
refun ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ areevd henyi ouaentsts~es"wie r.e sC.e ha he ise
now m rom w el ~ dwn wl
Aievr. 1bert lln o youawbe,
P~'d~. tS.o a.. wornth outtle appetiteandi
Torer wo'tdst. apnt the spri-ng
wit eather, ouv.eed P.cri Ters,
star Ia othstrmn today; th-r
SbahagPp~y. lef.. Es..k Coungsete for ppa soach lier adid-u
File. Teet. ?.ke~tthnes. eveigrTeatracgtioni ee
lOMIRD RONWOWI, AA~SA. S, ogmen y bac. 50rye and $1.00,nt mper
(~t w .wliAr. ?.. drogato.
delcius Th r-qunchin
,,.1.y. i*i~lll j "'":
,+lorand refresing =a1=ti
The national beverage
-. Demand the genuine by full name
Nicknamies encourage substitution.
THE COCA..COLA COMPANY
.ise an tla T TON, Ga.G~
.s k i ,. rip
It pay s to do it, if one uses the right goods.
o appltions of 200 pounids each per acre
ar rcommendeCt(id be a1~L wel!now S~ I outhIerntI ILI nvesttor and(
expermIte . i ugetds 5-- tormoula, or a mixture of
eqa Irt of Ac id Phosphte, hlit :n d N .t!ate of Soda.
m , w . h
rotw s , i:i ' iy , . a.
MODEL 7- C
In the'Haivannah Road Rael not only the race hut t he first
lap and the fastest. i p) weye w'on on EXCElSlOOis.
Of the eight E X(El41 SI(All that started bult) did not finish
not one was 111t: out through ehanieeh:1al troubles of any sort.
Every EXCELSIOtR \lOT'Olt V<is in perfect order and
ruulning as well at, the finish ayat the start, of its run.
Not one EN CEl 8 [Oil ehai.t''was broken during the race
nor did any E XCN 4LSIOlR have any chain or clttel trouble
Of the ENXC ELS [OR riders who did not fillish, two ran
into the fenec at a had turn, two were dispuialified through
nn intentional infractions of the rules. three were stopped by
aieeildents and onle was still in the run:iing.~ when the rae
THEY- ALW\xAY'S .\l\EGOOD.,
F4'or Sale Ily
W. P. If1rlDENS, L.1'Ii:EN:. 8. C.
Dry Cle ningfPressing
7 OF TI-E /
Have -your Clothes Cleaned and Pressed by
men who know how. You'll find them here at
E. V. FERGUSON
Over H. Terry's Store Laurens, South Carolina