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Puinpowater fromnsprinj i
flowing well or brook.
No running expenses:
We replace other Rains.
Your money's worth or your money back
.Write to RI 1;AM & P)UIMP WORKS,
- Wayneaboro. Virginia. for CatalogR,
P R O
While your savne P'; ar
safe, or are hido'n av
protection from hose o
When in this bank the
A savings account pai
in the protection it aft
est it earns.
....DEPOSIT YOUR B
Compounded 5 Per
BANK of GR
'iPORTER ,S rfROk5'
to the las
The LUZIANNE somethin
Guarantee: we first
If, after using the made Lu
contents of a can, you on its ow
are not satisfied in out acknc
every respect, your a can of I
grocer wil. refund say that
your money, farther t1
*he Reily-Taylor Co
~\The ma will
snmoney ih oui
In one County in S<
farmers were "caught" foi
month---by a "Get-Rich-Qi
If those farmers had c
before investing their h
wouldn't have been "burnt.
~We will gladly advise
ment you are thinking of r
steer you away from'LOSI
Put YOUR mope
We pay 4 per cent. interi
-N. B. DIAL, sident
0* s s 0 0 0 0 0 t
3"E AND PAiW" RUN A STORIIE *
S * * I* s * * * * (
Forty years or nmore a,,,(% "nie andV
paw" kept a store out iII the country
where the sycamores grow-somo
e in your pocket, or
7ay, they have little
'y have every protec- <
s at both ends-both
ords and in the inter
IONEY WITH US....
PCent on Say.
Cent sn~sDeposits 1
.ION DOLLAR BANK"
)OD, S. C.
t's Got to
take Good i
r grocer will make good to you,
t penny. We knew you expected
g unusually good in a coffee when
riad Luzianne in mind. - So we
zianne so good that it will stand
n feet,without apologizing, with
>wledging any rivals. YOU buy
1.uzianne. If you can't honestly
Luzianne tastes better and goes
tan any other coffee at the price, C
are entitled to your money back.
r grocer will give it to you upon
Ask for profit-sharing catalog.
,ipany, New Orleans
nS an 1s now
Nit hout money
he bit at a
Smo &E as
>uth Dakota over ninety r~
$200 a piece---in one
onsulted their BANKER,
ard earned money, they
with you on any invest- n
aaking. Maybe we can
NO your MONEY.
y in OUR bank.
National Bank ~
C. H. ROPER, Cashier
wenty miles or less from the nearest
Illage store. This Cross Rloads store
.a.i onl file public highway leazdilig
rom' (Green ville to Auguta, and cr'oss
ounitry road froimi 01(l Pendlcton to
ewherry; and commonly known as
he "Augusta 1.oad". This store was
tilit of rough hewn logs notched to
ether with the chinks daubed with
a11d, and covered with rough oak
pill, boards. ''hl e sleepers , joists,
afters and wind beams were fasten
d together with hickory pegs. The
tore was of ample length and breadth
'Ith rough plank shelves and count
rs. With a heavy plank door and o1
an window shutters, hung on home
uade wooden hinges, which gave the
h1arm whOnever opened or closed
he door and w11 ndows being icver
opt open to give light, except at. night
r when it. rained.
There was a large open tire place i
milt of rock and nmud in the back end
S file store, Where a roaring fire of
ickory logs was kept going In the
-liust (liltd ith(e store door was a
ouigh shelf fastened to the house on
vicihii was kept a red cedar water
meket. wvith a long handle sweet tast
ng ;tol'd. filled with drinking wat
r from ithle spring down between two
teep hills, by the bil poplar tree,
ishing out from 11nd1er the rock, iure
parkllig, ice cold.
"-Me and Iaw" did a general trad
ng and traliikin. bulsinles;s in (verv0I
hing used in tle sulroundring countiry.
We kept oi han11 h things as:
00, '' :Irs I tmddeir, which
vas sed lor dig tle' lioIV-mVO-I
otli: 1towler. e h har lead and per
-' fol the liuntsIen; bro
!"n os :'or i7h' ruI11 e: Hin f m ral
hoes. for th-, v.w I-n-n <o - r;-.tM
hoo.; Imr the children, which were
tiv u-tr in the wintier Iito. :mdi one
11.1*~ 4 1 011roii ll alv) Slt i
h i10I 01to -i .' ; ti 11p11
:!?Ill v:him ! ;om V., .1'cot fOr the
frinus forl 11hc 111dd1"r: hor.1 -., iml cl. t
(W' Aiii-ts: i-o'n drill :! i. Whivh was
4ed vith iniii'.o, otlll air 111(1 n i ad
clr, folr sununor br1or4' .s tleopper.ias
\h)o eal't r-4ieembri the old ilIme
ady with her checked .inghams a
Ion and pinglh7amils poke honnet With
plits in it and a inlffle aroun)1d the
'ge? All wool jeal- a yard wide,
or tle men's am boys' winter blreech
: lay pipes and ".Manifold" tobacco;
i supply of Tutt's pills, blue mass. i)
'c, and vermiifuge for the ailing.
rhe meni used dried eel skin and squlr
'el hide for their shole strings.
'We kept 1n hand cotton cards to
11 the We olien to lanke tile cotton
qniting for the ol( 1tme spinning wheel
nId with Which the negro wonel used
o ard the heads of lieir little pick
t-nnnies, trying to get the kinks out.
Vho hasn't seen blaek mammly with
cotton encard working on the heads of
Ir off-spiing, whom slh hel firmly
>oundli betwveen her knees? We also
:011ldi henks of cottoin yarin to knit sox
.1n( stoc0kings. Cann't youl 10 tihe 01(1
1im1 moot her sitting in thle h imn11ey
'orner biy the window, wvher-e Ithe light
5 be~st, juifting her brown ('lay 14ip1,
tnd( heir knitting neele flying in and1(
mit the sock she' is knitting fo-r 1114
We kept a barrel of home-run pine
ar juilst back of the stove, which wve
old to grease the old1 time weoden
lxle wvagon-which wagons in v'ery
old weather' could( be heard coining
eoio seen. Hlave you eveir seen the
41(1- tine wooden tar' buck~et swingj~ing
lndler the hind axle of the home-made
vagoin' said( wagon covered with a
tow frame andi sheet, with the wood
n1 feedl trough swinging on the hind
ate and the Pole axe fastened on the
Idec of Ithe wagon bOdly?
C'andlle nmollds, to miake ouri eandlles,
t'hich wa'7s cur- light by night. Tn our1
.1)rd1ware line were long handledI skil
7'ts, Slilder's and frying pans, (Ociore
veins andl pots. As the cooking was
11 dlone on the oplen fire-place, the
lots being hung, 0or sIwung froml the
rano wvlhih wvas fastened to the back
f the fire-plaee. W~ho ever' saw a
rng-handle hlomel miade nuffin IronI
)I' use ' the Open fire(-place?
We for cash or bartered for 1hees
Pax, tialow~, drield raw hides, eggs and
hickens, wvhichlw sold11( at the village
tore. The bariciring wvas mlostly done
Tith tin ware.
The white boys andl little negiroes
nuder twelve years 01(1, usually wore
i the summer t ime a one-pice gar
lent wvithi sleeves of brown shirting:
Istenedl around~f the rieek andi swing
g from the shoulders (town belowv
me knees. 1Bare hieadledi and bar'e
30ted away they wotiuld go care free.
E~arliy one brIght, sun shilney morn
ig "Paw" sitting -In a home-made
plit-bottom chai', and mne standing In
le open door, din coimes oild Uncle
tailing with his long-barrel sqirrel
fie swinging on his shoulder, and
>llowed by his little squnirrel (log,
rl'rp". "Morning Starling". ",Howdy
quiro". morning nBudo"A ft._e. the
MEW YOlRK SENATE
REET ('Ti PERKINS
%idy Turs Down (ov. fllilt1itman's
NomInatIon (f New York 3IllIoni.
ailre f'or New% Sinfe Food ( ommis
Albany, N. Y., Sept. 7.-By tlie de
isive vote of 2~> to I the senate to
lay refused to confirm 0ov. Whit
nanl's nomination of Ge'orge W. Per
Cins, of New York, as president of
he new state food commission. As
lie result of an oversight in legisla
IVe procedure, the senate left open
t way by which the executive may,
f lie so desires, again nmeile Mr. Per
Cills for the ofice whelin 'the extraor
linary session of tlle legislature is re
!onvened Sept. 25. The governor
vould not indienite ils futuire course.
"o action was taken lby the senate
oday on tihie Fon'irmation .of the
ioiilnationi of two other meibers of
Seventeen rielulblicans and one
lemocrat sit pported the governor,
vhlile ' I I republicanls and 11l demlo
nrats voted a c;(aot tondiing the
New York. Sept. 7. -('eorge W. Per
cills delared hii're toin it Ihl at t1Iihe
'int erests" whicl soughtI to prevent
lie enactment. of .i food control law
with teeth i i. it weire resp Ponisi ble for
he rejection of his nomination as
'hairm11ian of the (coninisi n011 wiieh
Vill administer the law.
tetlhe Spea'k Well of -Ommhein's
"I have bec!n sellina ('haublatin's
l'ahesfor alotu two years and leard
meh good relporI from Imly usto(iiers
elfjp l, n Id vnn . tItul I do Iot bt
intec th r is, I no pwr prepa raIton of
it i ill i uual to thi em " "ti i I I ( ; . A.\
I I de Ll Iadiord. Ont1, . F you atie
roub it ted w.- i Ith i ill i r 1otn toit
t, it te it I a r Il..1
To Mm iv Greenn.od.
Te ImIl hy I ('htnis of Prof. .. (. \ l
inl w\ill 1 ith in l (test . h
I iivt Asi s w i m e I ito Iei'n
VO;d ny Iw I k from t heir lhme wa ea
.-InIford S-tat ion. IVol'. .Mar n 1. ,II's pin
-ital of (I te . feslie shool, whilv .lis n
laremedy.i tes inr lh Milake
real, Faith Ill ('ham llberlain11's ('olic
and Diarrhoe141a Riemedy.
"hamberli's C'olic and S .1 r
-hoea tlimedy w 10ed by m faot
tttn a year ago wlen le had dao
rhoea, it relieved him immediately
Ind by taking tariee, dloss ie was ah
;oltely ured. e has great. faith ill
his remedy." writes N IrIs. W . H. W'it
liamls, Stanley, N. Y'.
retin s were over we g o down to
i1usiness. "otain, tae g hwof
i tore-houight '.\anifold'". "I (elieve
[ will, Squire, as mly '-0ilme-SPrIn' IS
I little Stn g('ai and dry." ltarling
etos hois g p111 in lte corner and
pullIs off tlis cowv-h1orn1 owder horn,1.
'I ups you Canl fill up1 miy powder
oriln ib powder aint too high: hler,
Ivltddle, baut fe ifn two ars of lead to
rot tody rifemu'es and al bet lil aer
ushio winap and a walf bard six
'rowdy hmeun clthd fot atohing.
'Ntt. comes old'e aut aen'tvia. shuy
egIng atII' 25 on of aseIgh who
is Ills-aw."sWy, SquIre, wat't h sun
'tchtntoday?-her'W ell nietup ad
tomilesc toeiis arnang 'toth'e so'tre
on.""ery ur, but o ain' tatlm you
tie a dozen in It'rade." "Helre huddle,
iike .\ Ima's eggs and eoutnt them cai'e
'illy and lie surie you make no mistake
a theo cotunt, and~ see if they ar'e all
reshi andi none lbroken.'' Old Aunit
dfina sat pumffing and blowving and
wilnging her wvild-tur ikey w1iig, bounid
r'ound withl 1hed ('nlico, utitled heir Ioke
>Onn uet and laid ItI on thle coiinter'
hooling off while the o'ggs wer'e bteing
outiedo. Te'n dozen eggs at ten ce'nts
nakes OneO dollar'- whIeb shte took out
"Mle and Paw" wasn't no( hogs In our
mnslness dealings, besIdes it cost a
Ittle sometliIng to (1( business, evetn In
hose datys. We wer'e tusually satIsfIed
vith the -lrishiman's "one per' cenit"
The above yar'n IS spuntf for what It
a worth-somne facLts-somie fancIes.
s. I. .
Send Over Some
Keep Your soldier or
sallor boy supplied.
Give him the lasting
refreshment, the pro
" ma tection against thirst,
the help to appetite
and digestion afforded
It's an outstanding
feature of the war
"All the British Army
Is chewing it."
7 AFTER EVERY MEAL
I.. &AI ' _4 "
A full line to select from in nice
light-weight f a brics; just the
weaves for hot weather wear.
Special mention is iade here of
a lot of manufacturers' rem
nants. Some are slightly soiled
but at prices offered will justify
making a quick purchase while
W. G. Wilson & Co.'
I will offer for sale all of my. Household
Goods, Kitchen Furniture, Farming Uten
sils, One Cow and Mule.
FINE FARMING LAND
119 acres Fine Farming Land, One Dwel
ling House, Two Tehant Houses, Good
Stalls, etc. A splendid three-horse farm.
Sold at Home Place, Known as Bob Wil
lis Place near Hickory Tavern School.
G. W. STEEGAL
LAURENS, R. F. D. 6.