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LANFORD NEWS ,
Tantford, Feb. 2-1.--Ifev. Mr. Miller
reached a1 good serm11on Sunday morn
ing to a ver alpprecitive audience,
after the aMIn Iiistrationl of the Lord's
'I'l lek of the community 'are ilm
roving. Mrs. 0. F. FowlIr is betiear
and Mr. WN. 1). Patterson's condition re
in.iiiis about the same. They hnve Ie
ceed(N(l a cotmm unI) leat ion from Iis son,
'Th,1aniage 'afterson., who is in France,
Ilit le will soon retIur11 to be at his
miss Nora Canion went, to lRock iill
last week aI llit1l .Hohlm M. Cannon
aconiljeI Pd herI 1 home to spilend awhile,
with his grndparenmts here.
Mr. (haries Wahlrep and one of his
friends. M r. Cecil livimnasfon, of Wo
ford Filling ehol. SIeSt o ihe week-ld
wilh Mr. and Mrs. C. I". Waldrop.
Miss Othello Jolinsoi has accepted
a position with the Arnold 'Clothing Co.
of Sparlanhu rg. for the coming season.
Miss Ilelle Ferguson, of WVoodruff,
visited her sister Mrs. T. D. Har
Mr C. D. Cox and family* want. to
thank their friends and neighbors
through your coltmns, for their many
deeds of kindness and thoughtful at
tention rendered during their recent
allack of flu.
Mr. J. 'Lee Langston and Mr. J. T.
Cunningham of Laurens, visited their
brother-in-law, W. D. Patterson Sun
Miss Orace DeShlelds and Mary lug
gins have returned to school at. Lau
rens since the quarantine has been lift
Heals The Throat
Cures The Cough
A FREE BOX OF
ySROVE'S 0-PEN-TRATE SALVE
(Opens the Pores and Penetrates)
For Chest Colds, Head Colds and
Croup, is enclosed with every bot
tle of HAYES' HEALING HONEY
You t'.t the Cough Syrup and the Salve
for one Inice. 35c.
Mmnde, R,- ' limm)aded mt.j Guaranteed to
time Public by
Paris Medicine Company
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic
These thick walls and
protect your money.
When you have some li
spare, why not start a b
will serve you well and can
You can start a bani
"big wad" some day, and nc
We add 4 per
Make OUR bar
N. B. DIAL, President
DIALS NEWS, *
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Dials, Feb. 24.--The Y. P. M. society
held its first, meeting of the ndw year
(the iprocrastination of which has been
calsed by tle "flu") at the home of
Miss Jewell Curry Friday evening, the
21st. h'io mteeting was a business as
well as a social one. Iowever, at the
conclusiol of the business program, a
delight fitl social hour was spent.
Mr. Leonlard Owings, who has been
at ('atup Jackron for several totilhits,
is it 1homl1e niov. having i'eeived his
(ischarge fromn ,tlie arimy.
ir. Armlstiong, who has been on an
extelded visit to telatives and friends
lerlc, has returnied to Ithis hioie inl
.\liss i i'tn Curry spetit the week
vind1 inl Fointaitn Iit, the guest of reha
ti 's antd friends.
.ir.1 and Mirs. Hlaskell Gray and lit
tle Hlaskell, Jr., were visitors of 'Mr.
and Mrs. Willio Hiarris Sunday.
The mtany friends of \Ir. and Mrs.
States Curry regret to know that while
on a visit to relatives in Fountain Inn,
both were slezed with the hninluenza.
However, their condition is not thought
to be serious, and all trust they will
sootn recover' enoulgh to be among us
Mir. P. M. Ielliams, accompanied by
his daughter, hMiss Laura and Messrs.
Leon lelans and Ernest Harris mo
tored to Greenville Wednesday, where
they spent the day.
The Ladies Aid'Society met with 'Mrs.
John Thomason on a recent Monday
afternoon. A very proiltable and en
Joyable time was spent by all In attend
Quite a muiber fron this place at
tended tile Washington Birthday exer
cises at Ilickory Tavern Friday even
ing. All re)ort a most pleasant. even
ing, the exercises by the children he
ing very e'Pditable, while all added
featiure of tihe even ing which provd in
striictive, as well i as interesting to tihe
autdienev, vere the brief addresses on
the'r exprienevs inl tile navy and army
by Mlessrs. Wiioll and I liff, two outing
men who have only reently received
1teir'. discharges fron Uile Satm.
The Rev. hrooks filled hiis regular.
aplointmn llt at this place S unday at'
t('rnoonl. The weatlier was ideal and
a sldendid congregation was present.
Mr. hlrooks was in his usual good fori
and delivered aln eloiuent serion hav
ing for his subject "Consecration."
Tho Strong Withstand the Winter
Cold Better Than the Weak
You must have Health, Strength and En
durance to fight Colds, Grip and Influenza.
When your blood is not in a healthy I
condition and does not circulate properly,
your system is unablo to withstand the
GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC
Fortifies the System Against Colds, Grip
and Iniluenza bly Purifying and Enriching
It contains the well-known tonic prop
erties of Quinino and Iron in a form
accep~table to the most delicate stomach,
ahd is pleasant to take. You can soon feel
its Strengthtening, Invigorating Effect, 60c.
~ 1 d1 PROOF
hleavy doors were built to
Ltle extra money, you can
ank account with us? We
advise you cheerfully.
account now and have a
>t fear old age or poverty.
k YOUR bank.
C. HI. ROPER, Cashier
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CLINTON NEWS. *
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Clinton, Feb. '-,! -Aliss Jutla Neville
Spent several da::s last week iII Iau
rens with Mirs. 1:. K. Aiken.
MIIss Clara Di- '":'tt and 'Mrs. J. F.
Jacobs, Jr., speiit \\ iv d I.1 0, 1
AI1s.s Dorcas Mlason entertained the
Knitting Club Wednesday afterinooni.
After an hour of kiitting a delicious
salad cotrise waIs serv('ed to the follow
ing gliests: lslanes T'om ilobiertson,
Cyris Iailey, ,Jodie Chandler, Ken
neth Ilurdett (, Ja,. It. Vopelai , Jias.
Sprunlt, W'.sII. Owens,.r, .I no. T.
Yonlg and .lisst's I."iioniie lohertson,
Nancy Owen and Jette Dillarl.
Alrs. Wim. .a(ohs aid little son are
s'pelding several weeks inl ISpaltzll
h wrg with her mother, Mir,;. 13. F.
Miss I1aise arrived inl the city
Thiu rsday to opeL "The 'Coloilmly
Shop", 1 iew millinery store.
AI sses May Owens and 11 Ielen
Iihlh(.ley, of Winthrop Collhtge, spent
the week-enld with their parents.
Mrs. A. E'. Spenei' delightfully en
ertaiied (Ile Friendly 'Dozen Hook
Club last Tuesday afternoon at a
four course 1clieeon.
Aliss Peggy Dunlap entertained a
number of friends at a dinner party
Sat ui r'day evening. Those present
were Misses 'Mary [3ean, Julia Neville,
Caroline Caldwell, Belle Free, IEd -
wards and Clayton.
AMr. and Mrs. Hubert Pitis enter
tained a number of I heir friend
Tmhiirslay evening at a four course
rlinner. Those present were Mir. and
Mirs. John W. Finney, Mr. and Mrs.
Parks Adair, Mr. and( Mis. Kenneth
liur(lette, Mir andl Airs. L. A. Barrow,
.\ir. and Mrs. W. 11. Owens, Jr., and
Mir. W. M. Pitts.
ri. and Xrs. .1. NI. Pills cntainied
al number of t heii frieids at. a spend
thle-day party Friday. The guests
were .\li. and( Mirs. It. 11. Alair, -Mr.
aIlid Mrs. .1. I'. Simpson. Nir. tul3
Alirs. .1. It. Nabor.s, i. 1Ilfr Co Ope
landl of Arkansas, Mi. Iarrison Cope
hlnd. 'Mr. Tom Alilam1 amd .1r. \W. J.
Iu)IIIIcan of Whilmirie.
Mrs. J. T. Coleian retui'ne Tlri's
Ia3y from Chesler afteI. spending se
(ral <1ays with frilds.
Mis. flhargess and MI .iss Frances
I hi rgess are spenilig a while Iwith
Mis. rgess's moth1eri in Georgia.
liss S al Copeland sp1 er, t the
week-eiid here with her father r.\i. 1.
.. Copeland, Sr.
Aliss 'lra nces O'Daniel, of Win0hthrop
Colle(g, spilt tile week-eld w\ithb 1.r
pa3 i ilits.
.lrs. .13' It. Phii3ney spent Sunday
with Ilir. 'In( . "\ts. .1.as. It. Colt-laiil onl
1( l. wa3y to Lo33ireis 33) "q14,11l s e'ralI
\week with her parents, .li. \00u .MIs.
. . Lake.
lrs. .3orn S.rl' a dan3 hter. \'ir
"h ;. It n Sal3irday and ;1 ll33nily inl
'h te 33'with relatives.
.Ml. .1. W . Copelanil, .l'. s.1 eit 134
week'l-end3 here with his family.
Mlisse's Il3len1 113ap1 am13l M\ary llam.1
a3ge, ofi the, Clinton33 l4ospi1tal , spenti
.\oinday ini133 i'uren.
.\'. A\lex O-l)1tnielI spent 3113 week'
'ind with hi1s f'anmily here.
M\iss Nell (.o'Ieand (enteritainled a
nuii333beir of heri friends Xionday~ even'f
Ai', and3( Ali's. Fred Cbuines, of Ahhe13
v'ille, are the guests (of .\lr. andl M\rs.
10. (1. Fuller.
.\irs. A. II. Gal loway left last Friday
t4) spencid sevecral we'eksl( in .\ ayes'il1le
w3 I i rela tives.
S S CCe e o e. e eg...,
IN .uOltli,~M *
Xi's. lI a (aminpbel I Ilakel y, wife (of
M\r. II. .\. Itlakely, dlie' at hir 13om3e
in ( lInt on 4)n Februar11iy I8, 1919, being
ayear is of age. She4 was mtarr- to'3'3 3
Mlr. lilakely on D~ec. 21;, 13300, at IRidge
waS. '., wher'ei shie had Iivedl from33
blildhood3(. She was th3e dlau~ghitr' of th1
lat e 1)3r. .1ohn1 (am pheiilI of It idg('way.
She leaves the followIng brot hers and1(
sister's: Mlrs. Wim. Campbl)1ell. of ('rarles
ton: .\i'. D~on ('ampb'll, oft Sulmier; .\lr.
Ari'( e( C'amipbelI and .\li'. ('olon Unm3p
hel'l, of 1tidgeway; Mt's. W. P'. 81loan,
oIf I )a vidsotn, N. I ., and31 .lrs. .\lagie33
\Widner', (of Te'3xa. Shec 'was a Ilifelonig
mitiemb' of the F"irst Presbyvteriani
('131r3(h of Itid~geway 3, S. C.
Foi' a1313 lumer o'(f yearis .\i's. 1 hak1ely
had beecn in had( hieallth. lii 3ut 13 sein
ly her'i health wa133s gr'eally3 unpro3'3vin3
when'~ on last Tuesday333 e've'3nig her hu11
haw3l3 ('am3e in fr'om 3133 stor333 :3m3 fouii
('onscious33 from33 a strk o03'3f paraly:'1V:.
P::0 P( I. .\I.
CHICHESTER~ S PILLS
- 'iiEli'3"\II~ ni(A NN.
4a le '!.b lr. y4.-1l' ruIrI tf
1a-rw .<r I l(3ed 04'rand,,
Illa i . . 0 : 2- 't .c rget all g
yearskn~IMu 1 .3.'a . . .Alu..R.ie3 . le
SOLD BY DRUG tIS E VERNH[RE
ed at the grave by Dr. Jones, pastor
of the First Presbyterian chiirch of
Clinton. IHer remains were then laid
to rest iII the family plot at the lHeth
ally burying gronItd.
She leaves a (levoted 11husband and
an adopted child to sorrow her los:;,
btesides Imany rolatives and friends. No
husibanel anll di child could have beeun any
more devoted. and everythilnig that. shill
anI loving ndi lu s co hi perforint was
done to relieve her sufferin1g. Ilut . her
i lime to dpair ha d come. The lmlesseil
ger was cAlli'..; al I her Spilrit. itentered
its eternat! rwi.:id. \lay ourt I IC:tl iv- n
ly PathIter). cofoirmi those who Solorlow
anld ever 41in l themil with Mhe prom11ises-:
of Ilis lov. :1;l everlastoing word.
S. IZ. I1.
The Qulnln? i'at Does Not Affect 1a13 Vo
1iecni.xe of i-, nic rnim laxrttive f ifvc! I.
'1ivE nRO loa t';N .81,;~ r~ ; e-t-! . . t
Qlai itic niti ('- J :16 1 A : 11, 1-t-t r '. o
t inging inl i n j lun-m . -h H w m m
'QIk for th ,-. Al- of
There's On'ly Oti (enluine Corn-P'e.l
There's olily onie happy way to get
rid of any corn or allius, and that's
the pain less-leel-off way. "Gets--It." is
the only corn r'emedy in the world that
"2 drops of '(ots-It-Corn is doomkedi."
does it that wa effectively, thorough
ly. AWhy get downI onl the floor, tie
yoitrSelf u1p) into at kno, and have to
fool withll "packagey" plasters, el'(sl5y
oin1tiletits hat rub111 off. slicky (tapl. anl
diggping knlives and Seissors , when yo
canl peel off your or11 or cathiis iln 0111
col eteilot 0 piev(, lteacefullly and su r ly.
wll ith agiv. simlel. easy " ets-It"? It
lakes 2 or' : se inds to alply "(;AS-i
Ii"; you use 2 or : drop.. mill iiut's
all. "Ge'st-1" does the list: (Wi rid
of that co11-pain at A once. So that you
'aln work . 1111 lay Wilhoult c(rn tor
tore. lie surie to use "(ets-It"'. IlI n e.
"Gts-It" 1h guarantleed, mloniev
baIc cot 11-rn-mover, the on1ly .1l ,V-e
wiay, costs but a I l'ille at anly dulig
stor'e. .\i''I by E. I:V1wence & Co.,
Sold in l rliells and WatIs .\ills and
tecomtalil iiled as lie world's best cor nt
rtemedy by Erl'ieka Drug Co.
Do not sell th<
to do so.
We will buy t
PRICE less sr
WILL NOT BUi
LIFE INSURANCE NOT AN INVESTMENT
Ask the widow who has drawn from her policies
the profits that sweeten her tears and soften hier
hard road; ask her children who can feel in those
profits the loving hand of a father still stretched
out to protect and aid them; ask the thousands of
good men who pay their premiums year after year
and feel the great peace and comfort that follow
in the footsteps of devotion ard loving aspiration.
---ask THEM if Life Insurance is an investment
as well as an inspiration. See
W. T. MOORE, at Posey's Drug Store,
Agent Jefferson Standard Life Insurance of Greensboro, N. C.
Live Automobile Merchants
Here Is Your Opportunity!
A thoroughly established qualitv line of cars and
trucks, including two lno1dels of the iost salable SIXI-S on
the market, together with high-grade Worm )riven Trucks,
inl several sizes, lacks proper representation in ,aurens
Contract Carries Unusual Sales Plan
covering sale of this line, and presents unequalled opportu
nities. Tlie utmtiost co-operation for the sale and (istribu
tion of this line is provided for and there is no question but
Right Dealer Can Make Big Money
'Phis is a R EAL CHANCE for any man who can
qualify fromn a sales, a service, an(d a financial standpoint. If
YOU12 feel that Y'()1 can lill the above requirements, write
today. Votir letter will receive prompt and careful atten
tion, and full particulars will be siumii tted promptly.
Name of Line Withheld for Good Reasons
If you secure this line it will iean for you a peria
n1ent and profitable busi ness which can he expected to show
a big increase cach vear.
Box 502 Columbia, S. C.
LOOSE LEAF LEDGERS
....For Sale By....
ADVERTISER PRINTING CO.
m unless you are compelled
. Must Sell Them
hem and give you MARKET
nail commission for expense
(BONDS FROM SPECULATORS
ROPER, Sec. & Treas.
National Bank Builing.