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* LANFORD NEWS.
Lanford. Nov. 5.---Quite a number
from here attended the county fair and
enjoyed it and the exhibits were splen
did and show that some of our people
are making a great many things the
cotunty should be proud of.
The friendi of Mrs. Eliza Williams
will be pained to learn of her sudden
death whiel occurred Sunday after
noon at the home of one of her sons
at Fnore.,. Thte funeral was held here
Monday afternoon. A large crowd of
friends and sorrowing relatives was
lpresent. She was a good woman and
ran-ed a large family. She leaves six
isois. Messrs .James. William. Joe, Ben.
Rtf hard and Waltr-r: al-o two dauah
I-*.. MTr-. r'omPton and Mrs. Alvin
COx, itl oai we ner'ey syni:a
ti 11 17
10v. .J. R. Williams pr!eaehed a goo)d
5355! rin Wfl! sormon u nday moring. IIle
ani iMr Wiliarm: were the gues ts of
al nd Mr- Holns.'s while broi. Lit
I' Ja','- an1 I.'dwin Wi::ia'n;s . -i
Msm a .a' an Gilber t r-OX.
n y. w: - r o-r mid.- nda
nT wZ. U1lad tO Fse
b' a'fter a seriois
nm 'h. hospital
- :rnda frr.m~ Ar-cadia;.
TO eMl CIOD. N. 31.
M., of \ainiai u rd falitgoinm nlt
V T. a;I. .
!- . 'M ad. Adm ral. a'
1"KE.Y- .,E 5 .1ERi
keep in barg
from us or not,
spring goods ha
SALE OF I
All latest styles---sp
One lot Poplin and
One lot of Suits, wo
Largest display ladi'
$25.00, $30.00 ar
Large lot Coats, wo
See our great line o
Don't worry abou
selection at special
75 Georgette Crepe
$1.607,800; Custer, Battle Creek, Mich.,
$1,389,750: Zachary Taylor, L*uisville,
$1,732.850: Grant, Rockford, Ill., $1.
900,200 1e. utersburg, Va., $1,783,250;
Sherman, Chillicothe, Ohio. $2,002,500;
l'pton, Yaphank, L. I.. $1,781,850; De
vens. Ayer, Mass., $1.865,800: Dix,
Wrightstown. N. J., $1.231,400; Fun
ston. Fort Riley, Kan., $1,809,650;
Pike. Little Rock, $1,208,850; Dodge,
Des Moines. Iowa, $1,310,000; Travis,
Fort Sam Houston. Texas, $1.469,500;
Jackson, Columbia, S. C., $672,9900;
Gordon. Atlanta. Ga., $718,400; Lewis,
American Lake. Wash., $1,248,600.
National Guard: Cody, Deming, N.
M . $2,300.800: Kearney, Linda Vista,
Cal., $1,265,550; Greene, Charlotte, N.
C.. $1.35,000: Wadsworth, Spartan
burg, S. C., $1,861,850: Mac Arthur,
War-o. $1,42.700; Sheridan, Mlontgom
cry. Ala.. $1,500,000; Shelby, Hattles
Mrs. Miss.. $1..':'0: Doniphan. Fort
Si!I. Okla.. $1.(:;9,400: Sevier. Green
- .. $1.:62.0: Hancock. Au
. . $1.8'('..356: Howie. Fort
W'rtTex - . $1.131.00(: 13 auiregard,
AvaXnndria. La.. $794.9.: -6 cClellan.
.\n i n, Al a.. $1L. .6g(: I. an.
I) ton. Tox a s. $96.6: Vleeler,
Macwm. G;a.. $C-17.206.
GIRLS! LEMON JUICE
IS SKIN WHITENER
lion to rnake at f'reani% leiita Lotion
for a ren cents.
T W~ioto ill :e u l
f1 I II
Ort ves Out Malaria, Builds Up Sy-stemn
7 :, b ,,i Si arr i n ral strf-ntithellinm- tonic,
t: .A t -:t.sc F :- ! Ots %-.'1 childrlil .,C
ith a Rush
bu B O . G
eciallys pu riae ds mov qyt
Gabardi)4 S :ne ,n~r suts, wther~ uI
es'I): fin Coats we~r hii i)' C ave e
ith apt Rush a $1
t a theye' Catslju
pri, uro advice is to b
ATSL COAT SITS
Gabardine suitsiderth u
Es fin CotCe ae
OUTIPUT OF AUTOS
SOON 11E IIEDTED
Uncle Samn Wants Motor Car Factorier
to Ielpo Inerease War Material Sup
ply. Action Won't He Drastic
Washington, Nov. 2.-Conscription
of industries to supply the needs of the
army was discussed today by the war i
industries board with automobile and
accessories manufacturers, who pledg
ed their full cooperation to the gov
ernment in whatever Is necessary to
win the war.
The plan is to divert a part of each
plant to the production of war ma
terial. It was made plain to the manu- I
facturers today, that while their help
is required, the government has no in
tention of taking any drastic aetion
which would cripple the industry.
It was arranged to have the manu
facturers represented in the National
Automobile Chamber of Commerce.,
and the motor and accessories manu
faeiirers appoint a committee to work
with the automobile products section
of tie war industries board in plan
For a Corn-Peeling
Picnic, Use "Gets-It":
Paini Eases at Once, ('orni .1uit )Ies!
iJo your corn-riddintl (aily. with
a smile.--the banana-peel way. rhat's
Ih ''G ts- I t' ' way.--t c- rn ly wvay.
.nur corn ()r callus~ cornel( (A] comp11llee
S thou !.: it were alaO o Lec[ f)ff.
n 'I t i1el
A r'daam i I fit. I
l Qri. a Corn .% monl . ,
"Get-It" has :ed more corns
taan all oheri- i-er (edie. comi, :1(d. It'
a :- .-unroi. and a saf.a
-ane wIoh~ your feet, you <an't af
rd(t'(- -i a n it w (h unk- vn i-:
.-i' : I ii o-tO "iid 'etr-!never'
!#r I I r ; : ',. III i-err): ; ~tg
enlu. V3 a th m 1w, !styli!h Ahovs
7 '1 : I if yo wat to. -20 a ad01'.
samd ple. IL-1uand i- t h b
wbiue bIs o the y]uGr:2.
all you ha t you an u .se,
$f it v\,.j! s o dire4c fly E. aw
n-) . & C11.. Ch P;- .!i.
Sold s aand s rcmmend
da w r corn s edy by
Eurka 13rg "o.. D2ue s lruig Co.,,
NDPoe ;) Co.. TS rug Store,
it om whtoua usera
ratn vau $6 te
iing how the big automobile f'ctorles
9f the country can be of the greatest
Curtailment of~production of motor
ehicles was said to have been taken
ill first because of the mnanutctur'ers'
roluntary offer of cooperation. becauvee
f the highly organized nature of the
ndustry, and because the problem of
)btaining raw material,, also used in
be manufacture of munitions had be
ome serious for the automobile men.
The extent of the decrease in pro
luction probably will be "very sub
stantial," to be effected gradually as
portions of the plants are diverted to
he manufacture of war necessities.
Particular attention was paid today
,o the question of employing men now
it work in factories where products
nay be curtailed, and It was stated
iuthoritatively that no action would
)e taken in any case until a definite
pan has been formulated as to how
he labor affected is to be employed
n the home territory, thereby prevent
no costly and dirorganizing migra
Figures quoted show that the val ue
>f automobile and accessories pro
Iiced dniing the past y ar was ncarly
wo and a half billion dollars. and
hat the industry em ployed approxi
nately one million men, who sup
)orted per cInt of the coutiry's
TO lillST W311: N.
(I t he liapt ist Womeni of I .a urn0s
I take thi'- met of .(emlno tis
nmlaw to ou. I hope the kind edi
or vill realize that wi are a "host
eithPin ourSCSI 'ed- an1d not stic: this in
n t of lhe Way corner vwur it will
-e hard to find:
.\ gow! many of you k"ow that our
'tato meeting of W. .\. U. which was to
)e held in Charleston has been called
>Mf. owxing to Crt'owde-d condition (if our
,r,-t seaport w Nvl. Instead, however.
t will lbe held in Laurens at the First
tiptist chiichi. TFhis great gatherin z
,i the Baptist women van be but help
Ill and insiring and we tre anxious
or our local societie(s to got t ne b -
'it that wil necessarily result from
i.r alt.endance. Of (coturse we caln'(
'xp1eVt to bte . l (*. n tenain the two day..
hili it is io ession--tie good wolen
'f the First church will have their
mnds full in caring for the 264 dlie
rates that will (oime. Therefore It has
weln sgted anil I liiby second
hat sugge;tion, that each society take
heir- owil line and go 111).
The basenen t iof the chiuhell will he
~usiness, but we
coming in dail:
Pime to Bi
for the next twelv
hiard to get pid goi
Our buyer closed oi
facturer--all sizes, sli
$2.50 to $5.00 on a I
early, they will not las
-mon sale at $21.98.
Another lot of Suiti
One lot of $15.00 Ia
One lot of men's 0,
Several lots of boy.
S. S. C.
p!ac-ed At our disposal and good moth
er13 . Mrs. John Franks assisted by
dozens of other sweet-faced, smiling
sidters, will have the tables and hot
coffee waiting for us. There is not a
V)ai)tist community in this county but
what four women could be gotten to
gether, an automobile cranked up and
before you could say seat, one could
have a chicken fried. the other pota
to custards baked, the other two bis
cuits and pickle and there you are. A
good lunch ready and nobody hurt!
Now for the benefit of the sister who
shall say after reading that nice pro
gram, all fixed out: "I would love to
go but I've nothing new to wear." Dear
little woman I'll be there if the Lord
Owen Bros. Mart
Calomnel Today! S
I Guaranitee D
Don't take nasty, danger
Calomel salivates! It's merclirv.
Calomel acts like dvamllite oil 'a
sluggish liver. WV4ien'en.floml(1 colmeGs
into contac't with sour bile it crashes
into it,vaulsing ernping'an1d nalusea.
If you feel hilious, hea.ldabv, con
stipated alnd all knocked out, just go
it) your druggist and get a bot e of
Dodson's Liver 'Tone for a few cents
Which is a harmless vegetable sub
stitute for dangerous calomel. Take
a spoonful and if it doesn't start
Sare doing our I
r by express---a:
e months NO W, w
ng higher every day.
OF MEN'S AND' BOY:
it the surplus winter stot
ins, stouts-, regulars---ani
ine all-worsted tailor-me
t. Suits worth $25.00, 4
, worth $20.00 to $22.50
ain Coats, at $11.98.
rercoats, worth $12.50 t<
Suits, all Sizesu--at Speci
Is willing with the same old hat on,
so cqne ahead there'll be others! We
shall look for you-from Princeton on
the North to 'Bethabara on the South
from Poplar- Springs on tho West to
Clinton and Goldville on the east. In
behalf of the women of the First Bap
List church of Laurens-han whom
no finer spirits can be found-' assure
-on a hearty, heart-felt . welcome
awaits you on the 14th and 15th of
November when the doors of their
church will be open for us as well as
their hearts. Eternity alone will re
ve'al the good that will follow .the com
ing together of this consecrated band
of Baptist women.
le & Granite Co.
"TRIBUTES IN STONE"
is a beautiful little booklet
which will tell you many things
you should know before placing
your order for a monument. It
is free. Write for it.
'le larest and best eqiipped
.loimiental .ilils in the Caro
GREENWOOD, S. C.
RALEIGH, - N. C.
odson's Liver Tone
)mS enilomel when bilious,
hy. Listen to me!
your liver and straighten you ip
hett er anl r1ticker thant insty calo
imel and without niaking you sick,
you just go Ick and ( get vour mioney.
I f vou take calomtiel today you'll be
sick ard naiusea ted toimior'row; be
sides, it may salivate You, while if
YoU take Dodsonz L.iver Tone yot
will wake up feelin zg g reat, full of
ambition and rvady for work or
play. It is harmless, pleasant and
safe to give to children; they like it.
evel best to
rid many go
hether you buy
Many lines of
*k'of a large manu
I we can save you
de suit. See them
27.50 up to $30.00
'---on sale at $18.98