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* HOME DEMONSTRATION- *
* )DEPAltTMENT. *
* (fy Miss Daisy Ilarris.) *
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To the -Iousekcpers and Grirs of [at
I am organiv-lng a Woman'q Cluin in
each township of the county, and I
would like for the housekeepers and
girls not only of the immediate school
commintaity but also of all adjoining
school districts to ieet with us at
one of the following schools:
rhe second Monday in every month
at Youigs (Youngs township);
'rhe second Tuesday, at Betiany,
The second Wednesday at Waterloo,
'ihe second Thursday, Wards ( Cross
The second Friday at Sandy 1,1rings
The third Monday in every month at
Greenpond (Dials township);
'Tile thhd Tue.sday, Hickory Tavern,
The third Wednesday, at Renno,
The third Thursd~ay, at Wadsworti,
The third Friday, at Watts Mill,
(1 .aur'ens township).
II order to obtain tle bullet ins and
olier information sent. out. from Win
tirop Colli(ge and Department of Agri
culture every housekeeper shoiul
have her Iaie onl 11 one of these club
rolls, and attend the Iectings wlen
I want every girl in the coulily be
tween the ages of 10 and IS to, join
the canning and i poultry cluhs. loys
('11nn Join tl poultry clubs. If I do
not see you sole ' tIie soon, and you
a interested I joilnilg, will e and
I sll malk a special effort to visit
November 2nd has been set as tie
dale for our county fair; and I was all
polinted chair'man of the ladies' de
partieli. The 17. S. Dept. of II omie
1c9eonomies is making a special effort
in coniservatlonl of our wheat Crop.
Last w I ateidedi a demiolstatilot
of Ilie partial substitutes for when
In bread making, given in SpartanburV
by Mliss Wessling of the 1i. S. Dept
of Home icEconomics. She'made brent
for us usitIg in yeast bread 1-4 of h11<
corn meal, peaulitit meal, oat meal, cook
corn meal, Piealit iieal, oati meal, cook
ed sweet potatoes and cooked rice. 11
the quick breads she used 1-2 of tb
substitutes. By using these met110hod
we canl conserve 1-3 of our when
crop for the allies. I have Miss Wese
ling's bulletins and I want you to gt
thei from me. I want an exhibit c
.bread from these substitutes at ou
fair. .Write nme for the bulletin an
exhibit your product at the fair. I a
so want an exhibit of dried fruits an
vegetables, as well as your canne
products. The premium list will t
THICK, GLOSSY HAIR
Save your hair- iloule its beauty
a few momen1,lts-*try this I
If you care for heavy hair, that gl
tens with beauty and is radiant i
life; has an incomparable softness al
is fluff3 andl lustrous, tr-y Danderir
Just one application doubles t:
beau-ty of your hq ir, besides it 1mm
diately dissolves very particle
dandruff; you can ot 'have nice, hieai
healthy hair if youjhave da drulff. Ti
destructive scurf 'obs e~ hair of:
lustre, its stren ,.. id its very li
and if not overe e it produces a fU
erishiness and itching of the scalp; t
hair voots famnish, loosen and die; thi
'the hair falls out fact.
If your hair' has been neglected a
is thin, faded, dry, scraggy or'
oily, get a 25-cent. bottle of Knowito
D~anderine at any drug store or. tot
counter; apply a' little as direted a
ten minutes after you wi~ll say ti
was the best investment you e~
-We sincerely believe, regardless
everything else advertised, that if 3
desire soft, lustrous, beautiful hair il
lotas of it-no dlandnluff-nlo tchi
scalp and no mor'e falling hair-i
must use Knowlton's Danderino.
eventually-why not now?
e * e e .s..e*e*e o I
Madden, Oct. 1.-There was gent(
sorrow 'here when the news came t
little Ray 'Williamsa, the baby boy
Rev, and Mrs. J. I. Wiliams, was dl
The was a greout favorite of Prosj
people and the hearts of the en
congregation go out to the 'pastor
his wife in this hour of bereavemel
Miiis (Azile Wofford substituted
Miss Carrio langston F'riday, P
Langston attended the funeral of I'
Ray wiliams at Chestnut Ridge
* Mrs. Mollie Teague is spending
week with her neico Mrs. May M~ad
Mr. J. .HT, Power, "wears now
sml' that don't come off". 'ie is ra
ty learning to run his recently.
,hased auto and will soon be able to a
neet his neighbors in -the road. Good Si
uck to you neighbor. V4
Mrs. Denia Culhertson is now able 'T
,o he up from her recent illness, her' ti
riendi; will be glad to hear. pi
11lesdamnes Cora Mfadden, Diia Fin- d(
ley and Ida D-)ani and Aliss Marie kd
Langston, Messrs J. II. Power, J.
Dort2las Bryson and Jud Langston and 3
1. Y. Culberison were among those
wy> attended (lthe funeral of baby Ray
Williams at Chestnut Ridge Friday ti
afternoon. A very sweet service was A
held, oondtcted by Revs. Templeman
and of Laurens.
Mr. Will Wofford of Woodruff speilt Ih
the week-end with his borther, J. A.
Wofford and family. Pe
Aunt Iletsy Motes Is thought, to be i
tutproving from her recent severo spell d
of, sickness. -
Mrs. Lena Brown was a visitor at
the home of Mrs. P. Ii. 'Martin Sunday
We were glad to hear of the inspir
ing sermons recently preached by our
fortmer loved pastors, Rev. Jodie MAI*
tin at Lisbon from the text. "By the
Grace of God I Am What I Am"; and
that at Langston on the flftlh Sunday
by Rev. Jio. Pit1s, "And Ready to For
Allolday while In Iaurens we had
the great pleasure of seeing faces of
fri'ents we had not seen in a <tiarter of
Women with ful
t will be delightec
our Coats and S
Many women of es
full figure find it di
secure becoming C<
Suits having stylish
We pay 'particu
tention to the wi
the stout woman
up to 561.
In Ever So Many
at $10 to
a The Selection is s
That You are Sur<
a Coat that will
Meet Your Idea.
"n In' all the New, A
. But we haven't
* ed quality for at
bat in Price to You.
the ~ MOD(0P 00AR8F(Fs
pid- Front Lace
century, Mrs. Sara shell Martin of I
)artanlulrg and Mlrs. Hewlett, Sulli- I
n of MAountville. Also 'Mr. 1l0d
aIgue of Georgia, why was raised iI
e Lisbon section of the county was
casaintly greeted. The world evl
mtly had donit gently and with a
ndly hand with all.
rt. Smith Recoilmends (Ii htnm ber
"I have had more or less ,toiach
-ouble for eight or ten years," wrvrites
[rs. G. If. Smith, lrewerton, N. Y.
When suffering fronm attacks of in
igestion an dlieaviness after eating,
i or two of Chamberlain's Tablets
ave always relieved me. I have al
a found them a pleasant laxative."
hese 'tablets -tone up the stomach and
nable it to perform its functions ina
trally. If you are troubled with in
igestion give them a trial, get well
lid stay well.
EK031 NEWM. *
Ekom, Oct. 1.-We have had anoth
r fle rain. These rains are nlice for
totato and turnip patchies.
M rs. C. C. Caldwell Is right sick at
his writing. Also Mirs. .\larian Wil
lais is sick. We hope for. themo both
I s1edy recovery.
Miss 'Myrtle Dunwoody eamte down
Firiday and will belwgin 'chool this
en s Appart
ty will I
1 form Seasonab
its in ing AdV
ats and Realize.
lar at- SPECIAL
mnts of .
.--Sizes which, with st(
an unusual opp
________ get exactly the
New Silk 'V
o Large Kim
Sto Find House
rear A Dress C
sacrific- Ouig 1
Full of All Ne
norning. Miss Spiers will not coie
or a few weeks.
MNir. Luther Cooper and family speit
3unday with Misses I5dila and Kittura
Some of the folks of this coimunity
ittended union neeting at Mt. Galla
gher and rei)ort a good time.
Dr. Cooper alnd wife spent Sunday
vithi Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Cooper.
Mr. Edgar 3urts and family, Mr.
(arl Culhertson and family, and Mrs.
Suie leNhinch siet Sunday with lr.
Li. C. Culherison and family.
Mr. Claud Dixon and family, Mr. Tom
Duckworth aid family were Sunday
visitors at the homic of Mr. dIarian
Mr. and Mrs. John Fowler visited
Mrs. Y. J. Culbertson and family Sun
11ev. L. 1). Bass spent Sunday night
with Mir. . 'I11. Piisoin and family. His
dauight er, Miss Eloise spent the night
Wili Miss Iv(Elyn ('ulhertson.
Mir. 1). Cook and family spent Sunday
with Mr. Will Cook aqu children.
Mr. Roy Culbertson has purelased
a Ford car.
If your childein are subject. to
fr,01 !'t a bottle of ('hamniberlain':
aq: .h Rt'emedy, an1d when.11 he n-ttack
oi.- on he eri'ful lo follow the
plainl printled directions!. Youl will be)
Surlprisedl at the (puick reolief Which it
I at Decidec
om in the CtY
nterested in (
)fferings of Ne
le Goods. and T
antage of it W
tely in the Savi
ATTENTION IS DIRE
icks replete with all the new
ortunity to select the Coat or
style, color and fabric you fa
Naists Display of
Robes in the East
onas sale House
i PRICED Shapes:
al a s36 inch St:
__ 36 inch 114
21e & 15c 36 inch Si
--36 in. Sus
9c 40 inch G
w Goods at Pric
"L AURENS BEST STOR:
Tires Have ildV;anced
But we are going to sell out our
present stock at
THE OLD PRICE
We handle the
DIAMOND SQUEEGEE TUBES
None Better---Few as Good
Swygert-Nickles & Co.
lly Attractive Prices
C Coun- SEc
- f1 hA..a II
w., Clean, Quality
hose Tak- Dresses
'ill Profit are here in a variety of sty
They lish models.
The Last Word in Street
and Evening Gowns in
Satin and Serge and
,CTED to our Coat Crepe Combinations.
Fall Styles, offers Popular Prices are Moving
Suit, or both, and Them Fast.
LINERY The Beauty of S t yl e
Lines in Our Suits Will
the Most Attrac- Appeal to You.
s we Could Find They are distinctive in their
's Largest Whole- style refinement and come
in all the new subdued
shades and all the desirable
From $3.50 up cloths.
From $1.50 up $10 to $40
es 85c to $1.50 Styleplus
$1.50, $1.75 Clothes
avy Satins $1.50 $17 and $21
k Poplins 85c The Same Men's High Grade
. Suits at the Same Price the
quehanna Pophns World Over.
$1.00 Schloss Clothes
orgette Crepe The Clothes Beautiful---Pop
$1.50 ular Prices.
es That Will Appeal to You!
I IMUNTZE" SUhITS