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'Musgrove, Nov. 19.-In the ab.;once
of our 'beloved pastor, Rev. .1. R.
Williams, who is preaching to the
khaki-elad boys in 'Charleston, Rev.
Mr, Tomploman and Mr. Houston
'lioper from 'Iaurens, gave us two
.splendid sermons Saturday afternoon
and Sunday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Benjamin and
children, .Guy and Mary, spent lart
Sunday in Greenville.
Mr. and Mrs. Olin J. Bolt were Sun
day guests of Mrs. Bolt's mothdr, Mrs.
T.. . Snyder.
-Mits llelen Cromer gave a p'u'er
parching last Saturday night. .lan
from here attended 'the delightful oc
casion and had a most enjoyable time.
'Mrs N. B. Bolt spent last week in
Barksdale as guests of her daughter,
Mrs. Thos. W. Barksdale.
-Miss Maude Poole and cousin, Mr.
Josh 'Poole were Sunday afternoon
guests of Misses Eva and Ruth Bolt.
Mrs. Earl Tinsley has resigned the
Musgrove school and Miss Annie Gar
rettc of Tennessee arrives this morn
ing to take charge of the school.
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Glenn and Miss
Genia Byrd we4t to Langston Sunday
morning to hear the splendid talk
delivered by Mti. Houston Roper.
'Misses AMitt'r and Mildred Holland
and Miss Sudie Keller spent Saturday
night with Miss IHelen Cromer.
Mrs. L. T. Benjamin is at present
visiting relatives in Georgia.
Mr. Ierhert Martin and family of
Laurens spent Sunday with Mrs.
Mr. Ira Bllt spent aSturday night
with Mr. Godfrey Duvall.
Mrs. D. A. Glenn was a recent guest
of Mrs. 1. B. Bolt.
Miss Lila Clark had as her attrac
tive guest Sunday Miss Mattie Hol
land, the ILangston school teacher.
Mr. and Mrs. I). A. Glenn spent Sun
day afternoon in Cross Anchor.
Mr. Calvin Snyder was a Saturday
night guest of Mr. Ira Boll.
Mr. and Mrs. Olin J. Bolt were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Downs Glenn
Mr. Vernon Myers broke his arm
some time ago, cranking a John
henry. 'We hope he will soon be al
ri t and ready to crank another
Jo enIeury before long.
r. Qlin Bolt. was on the sick list
la week, but has about recovered
North Carolina Swings In
lly leaps and hounds the marvelous
deu.tive piowers of I ronized aI'tmw-Piaw.
the great Nux-Iron P'aw-'aw combi
nation, is meeting with the greatest
success. Letters are coming in by
the hundreds all praising thi.4 renairk
able comnpounid put ul) on lthe old
fashionedl lines of the hleef, Irion and
Wine' Tonic. Ironmized Paw-Paw has
hadl the uhlie confidence for the past
20 yearms ind now with the addition of
Iron andl ux is plosit ively the leaderi
of all tonigs nmade. Read thme followv
ing lest imolly and judge foir yourmself:
Windsor,~ N. C'., August 15. 1917.
D)e0r Sirs: I take pleasurie ini giv
ing you my exp~erience with yourQii
I ronuizedl Pasw.Pa'u.. I was told1 by a
niOghbori whmat goodl it had dlone her'
and as she had suffered as I did,. being
all run downi ini healtih and nevei' couldi
e'at without the food hur'ting ine, I dIe
C idied to triy your i'emedy('13. 1 eana trumtih
fully say that of tihe many medilcinies
* have used( ironiized Paw-Pawiu is thme
only one that mfadie ime a wvell woman.
Todoy I feel as good as ever, all feel
ing of weakness has gone and I can
cat what I please without thie slight
r*st apprehension, as .it digests every
thing. Th~e use of two bottles has
work'ed wonder's; cannot sufleiently
.\rs. I. M. Mizzell.
A system that is overworked or ruin
dtown reqluires a harmless stinmulant.
Alcohol lifts, but lets you 11 hi'on
Ized Paw-Paw lifts and hop you.
Your druggist probably keeps it, but
if lhe doesn't, it is sold in lInurens by
Ironized Paw-Paw, price $1.00.
F~ormnula on 'every bottle. Mali or
demi promptly aittended to. Interstate
Dr'ug Co., Inc., New York.-Advertise
Mlik ~4a Stimulant.
Beientista ot~ the Pasteur Institutt
have discovered that cow's milk is one
of the most powerful stimulants
known. It keys up the human .system
without interfering wIth common
sense and clea I'judgment. Milk has
been the only "bracer" used for months
by the French holdiers in the trenches
and it is said, that a liberal use of
It before going into battle has had
such wonderful effeet that the Wrench
government is' urging its sale id pra'
terence to otiqr 'soft drinks when the
men~ suse off op'duty.
W44 in Season..
"I heard Mm. Subbumbs speaking most
beautifully of his wife to another lady
on the train juat now. Rather unusq.
aX in a man these days." "Not iee
ther circq~mstances.- TIhat was a new
cook he *ais escorting oiut."-IRehaboth
Always Front Lace
There never was a better i
will pay. Take fair warning;
less, and the only thing we can
and tell you to protect yourself
money saved. :
5)0 new p icees 27-inch Standard Dress Gingham,
assorted cheeks and plaids. -
Special 15e yard.
~pieces 72-inch extra heavy all linen Satin D~amask
$2.00. special per yard .... ...'. .... .... ..$1.50
51 piece"s 72-inch evira heavy all linen atinl D)amask
Special $2.00 yard
Linens are getting searce and will sooin be off' the
market, altogether. Bletter buy now.
ASK FORL TIO WMISTS'
25dznnw Sitass4nVie ndSiets
Alwsams Fedtroot. aexrwemdan
Thgo eran neerwalabete.
less, liand Othen ownl tings awore canpe
and ellaotoet ors
assortdSch ts andd oats
Roir n Fec gbrd.Sl peciallypricedra
N ees-w ipment ISh Cd irtwa init ergt erepI )a n ew
andn wie aen selling nl iI S4I the old th
B ASS ~ IREOWS''
ou put off buying the more you
:an't prevent it; we are power
r know---they are going higher
for months ahead. It means
)Iids~. and1 st ripja anid -'hteks.
Special 1 5c yard
15 piece~s Scot'h )IndraIs (urtin G d ini white
Special 25c yard
'1i-i neh 8ilk Pouplin, niavyv, green. plum, black and
Special 85c yard
ne high prices went into effect
dity and prices will prove it.
I UNING EA
;! ti , , rte --.
:ime to buy goods. The longer y
ill goods are going higher. We
do is to tell you what we honetli
now. Fill all your wants, even
gray, brown, champag
Our regular $1.00 val
12 dozen II ~ et. snadp py models in Ilouisi I Drescss,,
PerIeales, giniglimis, antd efunnbrays, all sizes up to~
100 ,dozen ext ra heavy hlibbed Clhildren 's Iose.
Special 25c pair
60 dozen miediumi heavy 'Ribbhed Children 's Hose,
Very Special -15c pair
ock was bought before the extrei
rice basis. A comparison of qui
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