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But there are Tweny Full
Ounces of pure, strong SoI d
Concentrated Lye in Mendleson's
big can.. You get only sixteen
ouce 7."A'..3i the cans others sell you
Lfor a dimne, and miany of them are
-41-il- rn glity to) Mendleson' s.
Cd Lyo, Isels you i
temom:esfo-r a d -ne aastthe twelve
n It o thhIer dieye cans.
Om~outh Mre Lye-S-amte Old Prilrce
. :I- c r full shength. No fillers. -No adulterants. Just
pIt" ioncrae41 d Iy--That' al1. Thred cans solid Lye for a quarter.
I MD1I L c. SYo S V E
A big leader for soap making. The big Twenty.Ounce
Can saponifies eight pounds of grease, making the best hard or
sfct soap you ever used. That beats the est reord of any
other ten cent can. Mendleson's Can gives full directions for
making the best soap.
Try MendleSOn's fyn for other things-for eaning, for scouring, for
get',ag the g-rease ouit of sinks and drains, for drivir.i: away dirt- and, disease
germs, for disinfvcting, for tea il st ng, . n i for poultry . Just one
can proves that for every use there' as nothiig So goOd ast
PURE /JM.D ST;1PlIia
Get a fourth more , ? .;.. ~ t L . : 11r j;.::. at any of twfllwr:da r:
sDelihversedA Thtea the Co ny
othr ene m can.ydeo' quantgivety. ietin o
n he bt oer soine
Higesi th ywe te Akthere Stae Oi n
Gul Weinn C .
DHasolinee ndtoogl over osd ne now
Delvescred Atyheeno the Caouts
Bucey Cttn any qumany's godMn
prgeared the tate. careko the StatOnspeed
V tore a Ginney. 6 ereGaoie
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* lIALS NEWS.
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Dials, Sept). 1.---M s. Sm ith Iloyd
and little daughter have retuIt rntedl to
tlril home In (GreOn wood after visit
ing Mrs. It. Y. Simmtalons atd family.
Aiis-.s Irone Gdfrevy lias ret 11ned
fromt a visit with relatives inl th
.liss Myrtle and es;ie towler of
Chester, are( visitinig Aliss l':una lla
ris this week.
.\r. 11. W. Rtoss of 1,atu'enls visited
.\r. 1.. W. Mlartin and family last
Irs. L. S. lrooks was in ('ira. Court
last week, where she was in attend
alnce at the bedside of hter little grand
Foi I'.dwin Gray, who is Ill at this
Mrs. W. S. Dolt and Children of lien
dersoiville were visito's ai the h1omue
of M rs. J. It. lDrownlee last week.
Miss Anna Switzer Ias retut rated
from a lleasanlt visit with relatives inl
Mr. 1I'tgenie Abererom1bie of liloe
Path, Is visiting his grandpaMrnts. \r.
:-lit.\Mrs. .John ltoberisonl.
One of the soci:l eveIts of the sea
'tn was the lawi party givcua Frilay
evnintitig by M'Nlr. States Curry at the
beatiful couiltry h)olne of his parots-,
Mlr. and .\lrs. .lohn Curry. The spa
'ious lawn preselted a vet er(labIle
scene frol fairy land, witI its ilyrlad
of lights amidst iowers of green. The
host was assisted Inl receiving by his
('0otsIs. 'M Isses Kate, Mileen itand
.Jewell CuTry. The tiile passed all too
SOOn ill progr'essive conversation.
Among those ple'seit wetre \I.sses 1va
and Claude Shell, Leah Riddle, 1sther
Dorr tol ' Lela hloill) of Oray Court;
Nantie 11urdette, llealalh Bryson,
Stella Ilrooks, Lydia CIrry, of Owings,
1':thel K ohh of ledImont, Nell Nash of
Foititaitn Iltn, le-aufort Curry, Cecil
Owings. Eiai iarris, latitth Cury.
OStli W\'llis, Sallie Brownlee. Nel!
.\cCall. .lowell Curry. Lu'lle CoN
\Hi.e and I-vola lfble(. Nita ltlnter.
K:11 and Eileiln Curry \uyrtli n
i444si. 1 owh-r : .\4 e s:-i aro I - I v
Jhn114 C rl y [il t, hiivil ih'rrO, l. a-j
. ne4 'o . Fr:i nk t ool , .l;ali l l un-111:
:ir.i i-:r d r.Whito. l -: rtto l1111nt. 1:1
4d4S 1 to1 . i a 1,i N1 it t 1 hi :
Sittada ~~'iih ~lt'. I L!a'i
l'dk Iier . -l ! l 1;;1 li,
1h0:'.s ( Iray. Il :.i o r . I I l sjIu
iWI N . I I. i ox n a win . W o 1ii1lt lr
i t ll. r.
I a lIIir 1'. I ribell 10 Erdl' . liot
atts h ill, l'tah-, .I:an O a Ty Tom
layin tet't, WoffO rd t b'n , thln
lat Ii itlgel I'lt l ti .1o1.1 of MA '. I
4to s .-u n .\ I - I 1in:,io. i(, I 'rnIn1
anil 4lb r .l irs, Turllk ('heek, .l ic
: dn llenn1is Stoddard, * -:arh- Ilrooks,
\larsin. Iliqlry and Warren Currly,
(:rady abb, Clay ahh, floyd Arm
stion. :ad .\lr. iriof Frouni tain
Inn,1 and .1111n1s Sit llivan ofi .L oa'r eS.
\l. .'atn-hs l orstn of iendsw-ia
ville N.t C., tison a st 4 oto er otar-l
44 at I It l eoae Ot Mi' 'I' I". Itisho;
*M Is M "I' MILL t' EWSagl *fbi o'
.o e. Moore eat t'de atae Sta nday.
attsMill, Aug, 21.-On Mt'st Mon-e
dAfternoon paat v3so'clock, the
siderrh ange viste thehe of i Mr.c
and Mrs.l brothL. Minre and too limmtte
ng ilaness.d Mile rean wer~e can
theirthme ith Grenle. nter r
Will Lloyd, colored, had a flne cow
to be killed by lightning Saturday af
l1t tie Ailsses MIlla llrown, Vivian
anId 1y1 'Ia Iuhelia nan ar-e visitinig at the
hme Of Mlr. E'. Y. lc(Qulownl.
Mr. lbert llenjamin from Clintoi
i ited Mrl1. 1. Y. AlcQuiownii Sunday.
Aliss Paul(in Clark visited relatives
inl lnoree last week.
311. W. M1. PowelL and daughters,
Alisse 1 l i May ant( Ele ta, all vis
ited relatives in Cherokee couity last
Mi-a:v Salli and Elsie Davis of
Wooruliff were tile guests of MS ls 3lay.
C~r2rrett last week,
RIM3EMBElR YOUR1 LAST DOSE OF
CA LOME 1
Ylol probably recall the bad after
effects of the caloinel more ithan tile
sickness. you took it for. You need
never again go through with being
"all knocked ou1t for a day or two by
Next time your liver gets sluggish
and Inactive, we urge that you go to
the Ianurens Drug Co. for a bottle of
Dodson's iver Tone, a splendid veg
etal1e liiuid mel dicine that will start
you r liver as surely as Calonml veI'
did and with lionie of the after-effects
of caloimel. It is absollutely ha I'm less
both to childreln and adults and de
iiands 110 restr ('tilln of habils or diet.
A large hottIe of Dodson's l,Iver
Toine costs only fifty cenlts and the
(rugglsts who sell iL guarantee it to
take the place of calonel, and will
refund your on111ey If it fails in youri'
Case ' or if' you are not satisfied.
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* 'TYLEASVILLE NEWS. *
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Tylersville, Aug. 31.----The farimters
of thIs section are busy gathering
Mr. Fred B. Dallenger, of Asheville,
N. C., spent the week-end withl, Mr.
and MA's. T. P. Poole and family.
.ir. and 'Mrs. C: It. Cooper spent
Saturday In Lattrens.
Aliss IlydIa Pet ersoni of SIlartan -
lirg is at home lfor her vacation.
.\Ir. aid .\r. .Jim Workia n and
dalughter, Myrtle anid I Dr. WestmWore
land, all of Woodruff. spent last W\edI.
ie-sday witi .\ir-. and .\ ';. T. ' 'oohl.
.losa krs .\ar;i In l'oolo and ' ioyd
('lark at u lled ervicos- It 4ihthan y
ne 1os .\ncbor Sun day nlight.
.\li-- laila Clark is opiln wih.l
yAflp T ha11 F Irs i aull l's (31 ,1 .
\ml: R yo r al rom'h1 (Ir col a1
(1](1 don't ai .i; it sh loadi to st
rimls 1 i lng 2 r l . aen y aIl*our vit'l
ily lind dViJI a ghtits (yalls. I
(bf 1 1 boltth- of Ilr. Ihl'slinl-Tar
11. it ( fll r t!y, (( I hm 11 Is l t'eallir or
VOld. It' hah1y or (.hib11r1.n are - ick
-ihi it ho th4i. it will el iv ' jickly
: ni per la l y. It Sooths the Ir
ritated throat, ,lg andi air p *1.sages
Loosens l'bletIn, Is n11 tisptic and for
st11rnly preventls cold gr.n1s froinl get..l
.ig 1 hold. Gula te .Only '2.~c at
* e W1 \ld"II'S 3,, \ Ihu is. * mi *n
Watts .\ill. relati. i.--- i titG. Whint
.\1arti and(' dautie r, w t isst ('lt ll oiin
afew days ihfins n eai
Mr, and~ .\rs. (,W. .aturns aid littl
Fankli, (cvisited vt theClitc
otJriday. u' o Sndy
Mr'. and Mirs. Edd Soggee anid chIl
dtren vilsited fiIends neat' Etnoree last
MlIss Ethel Winn, who has beeni
teachinug niighit school Itere fotr a shor't
while, wIll leave for Winithriop ('ollege
at all early ate'
irs. \\. (. Martloir was cllied last
week to the bedside of hier brother',
i'. G eorge Pl~tlley, w ho Is yeriy Ill.
son1 liidolphl, visIted reblative neal'
Mt,. tid Mrlis. T.' V . lishop41 visited
ON bI . (Ian.1 'I ues'l'Ol,-:I
a I l' ur..;41 l~In111 I'd 1hs4
4 N- 4's Iar ns iproof. Ve I i. .
I iarI.IInvestig'ate, Ie conincIt(ed.
You)1 !I hud Iwhy '41ren f'i1ollks hI
W. II. Frankcs, ('OI) Cho~stnui St.,
liitaurens, S. C., say '' I am11 pleased
to (411 coni t.hi sat mnlt tI gave somie
yearis ago r'ec nm ndi4inIig lDoan's K(id
ntey I 'ills. I , hiIs r~eedy att the
Palmetto D~rug 'V9. and It Comflpletely
and( pterma neatly curled mei of kidtney
l'r'lee 50c at all dealcirs. Don't aim
ply ask for a kidniey remedy--get
D~oatlns Kitney PIlls-the same that
Mr. Franks had. Foster--Mllburn Co.,
Props.. Bufftalo, N. Y.
Only One "BROMO QUWNINB"
o et thegenuine, callfor full naes, LAKA.
TIBOO NNLook for el ature ofj
N. W. GROVJR. Cures aCold In OnsJa8 top I
uhadheadache. and works a wi.
Make Your Ice Cream and Ices
If you want better ice cream, sherbets and ices make them
in your home. But be careful in selecting your flavors. A poor
Vanilla will give a rank, insipid taste to the finest cream.
Bee Brand Flavoring Extracts are made 60% better than
National Pure Fook Laws require and are endorsed by leading
Hospitals, Domestic Science Schools and National Publications.
Put up in 25c sizes which most grocers carry.
Here Are A Pew
UI1NNi'TT & OWI)NS
DIAL, & Co.
A L. 1.\bA A I Y
. (. C. Sill1;, & (o.
McCRADY BROS. & CHEVES
Engineers and Contractors
Specialistsin Subdivision of Lands,
Developing and Beautifying Prop
erties, Drainage Surveys.
Designs- and Estimates of all classes of
When Paint Scales-Bills !
Tie first paint scale is a danger
signal. Moisture seeps through, the
wood swells, cracks, dlecays. The
house goes down in valic.
COLLIER WHITE LEAD
(Duticiah oy Painter Tradle Mark)
andl pure linseed oil paint dloesn't scale. It
forms an elastic, won't--crack film that keeps
values up and cuts out repairs. .
It can be tinted the color you wish for.
y'our house. Its becauty lasts for years.
Brooks Hardware Co.
110 Main Street
Cut prices are made on the
r'emaining stock of Ladies' and
Childten's colored sunshades--they
will be found on the Centre Tables
marked in iplain figures. Sheer
colored and\gsolid White Fabrics
must move now.
Special Value in Ladies' White
Among the Hosiery you can
secure the size, color and weight
W. G. Wilson &Co