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Froini .1 ohi TI. Patt ers~on.
l ier. !. 1918 S.
When yoll get IIie letter I Wrote oil
IDoe. 'thI, gu.ess yott will thinl k I elosetl
ratl her suddeily.
i was called ()111 1 Ilove. W are
2 niles fronm the other hospital,
wher k. I had 1iinlilips. Ai still in) a los
Jdil but I a1 11not sick niow. \'We are
n11. hi a In-oot stoli \aIIl with ir-oi
-aes with a guarl at each gate. Near
ly overythinig of ally iniportnlce inl
l''r;nte has a slone wall arouild it. All
Ih I owns and cit is have stone wa.Ilk
ar:ouni enii ,nd fI I rt I lie i ns.
"I h every rill iI owsilled inl soltil
rune.It Iit)n wonider tlwe Ilit-h
nvrSucCeeded ill overrunniling Ih is
enun-ry0 aInd a.Lainl it is nll wolnier it
"", _o n11.iny3 lives to retake anly part
whichI thevy 14)s1. It w salrevady forli
ihl.d. all the Germalls hald to do w.as to
ho it. llmises, bans, walls. driikinig
1 rob11S anld wash basins are stone.
ih4 sanid railroads are e)ve-rvql with
ston... Thie y vidently exp I-d Ihings
in iast forever, but thi s- .\American
1 ruckjs and wagons soon w ore holes in
lteir roads. !UnI .\r. Frenichinlan. loilh
inlz daulllntn him. .utpatiently haulls
1m1:- stone and fills in ihe worni p w.
('s. Palm wantls to klnow\' about the
enuntry. It is ralieru hilly lr e hut
the hills are low, with long sloping
sides. The tIrees and woods look nu-h
like ours, except the piies aro miore
of the siooli bark varelty. There is
Omich oak, beech, willow and a trce
that1 looks like our. S. C. poplars. Also
one that looks like ou r syeaior-e and
others I cannot name. The land is of
a haek, sticky nature and looks as it
i night be good -M feet deep. \ hen
I 11 you it is rich you won-t begin
to .a1v any ideat wh1a1 I mean iti is
in 'he highe4t state of fertility and
from i stif ick black niature and Ilhe
1 .a 1 d ( t o.-: d 1o n I ra i those I lo lods
Sk- n a have in . ('.. it never washes.
1,k, a Ir 1 all ,har an I Id w here
r. ar, nto twns w4 ir callips thll. wa
I ()i d o it a thirsty iv i. 'I Tlw ii -
I ro: aI re w a l rI a s.I:i;s. somelc
r] ('h ? *o o's iot se m to do . xelI
h .A, 4 r:11 the1 I -Oalks are ab4ut11
i anh ami mich of it IeVer'
la ln thligh I have seen-4 )1 son44.
pI' y -od -ars. It makes a OI l
d or (f forago when I hey So w it.
It's time to selec
we've got just what
prefer the new forn
color and fabric yo)
Life in every hine
Boss', $5 to $15.
Simon Quality I
rics and colors. S
means the same th
Come and look the
Always Front Lace
M THE FRONT
S llar ehets are grown a great deal,
also tiviips, cabhage, beanls and Irish
potatoes, all of t i n tliest quality. II
fact alost all of the vegetalbIles
grown in the l'nited States are grown
here. There is also a plainl of a fiery
red nature that resembles some of
otir weld. It grows aboit 2 1-2 feet
high and as thick as possible for it to
stand. Whet I made the trip from
Irest to lordeaix in Sept einber, I"Iey
were harvesting it. They eit it with
knives sinilar to o1r cane knives,
hind it in bundles and shock it like
wheat. In places the shocks were so
thick Ihey alinost toliehied each other.
It is lsed for stock feed and they can
feed a lot of stock froni a small spot
of groltul. They have a pecuii ia y
ft working their fie' I They hlavc
ni'row strii o(f fromt'4 to varis
% ilt and inrhialps one 'alf lill ong.
One stri!p of1 wheat k- '1At soWit, anl
ither iti st ily a few inchie,. into' l .
ankle hih and so )In wih strith of
vv._-etables or grass In btween. (ve,
bul I know I would not malwe my
ro0Ws So long. lor hun 0(dreds of ilt es
that is thie way yotu will see the fields
witi herds of cattle grazing ill he
1ween the (e'ltivated strips.
Why they don't make a break for
those gardens is a Wonder to m11c. I
have seln tihundreds of hulnehes of tat
tle grazing t lis but have yet to see
olle ill a garden. There is uisially a
boy or gIit somewhere near, watching
tem, but they are often farther from
the cattle tlan the cattle are from the
ral den -. They ilist ht eduleted caf
lie. Tle farming methods are v''ry
'it ld hilt of eoliirse we have to uake
allonalice for fit fact that thIs couin
tV ha s been at war and have proh
ably worn oiu most of their llaclini
e ry. Itt for trtuck farming they are
far in advancie of anything I have seen
in old S. C. They do all of this I ruck
fazmitig 'y dlitit of hard labot. They
do nilt 5t'l'i to kiow anything abotit
sades and forks. 4iv.. to work with
blt lhe get 'suilts and that is the1
intin thilug afte all. That is where
l. .linericanl armny won this war1,
whenl 11h4y wenit ilo a ball he.ot
'esults ilatter' what it cost. So,
nith It he .renehmlian inl his trli'k
patIch. he gets resilts no malter how%
mullch work he has to do. so hw Is sat
Well. ri's loping I see you ail
r Line of the
ad Boys' Suits
t that new Spring suit, and
you want. WXhether you
i-fitting model or a more
o'll Fmnd it here in the
i want, with "Pep' and
Men's, $12.50 to $50.00
)resses in all the new fab
imon 's name in a dress
ing as I18-Carat on gold.
eal SOon. If however, I do not, Just
reliemiiber 'tIs G'l's hand that is lead
ins. so all Is w fl- . My regards to all
relatives and nds.
-4l1hn T. Pattesonl.
.11A 1.\ 1)FN N I-: S. *
Mladden, .\larch 21.---The congrega
tionl at Prospect was againl disappoint
ed by absence of ot Ivell-liked ptiastor.,
Rev. Williams, Sunnday. ie was away
at the funeral of .\Mr. Mart Poole at
laangston chur tch. Editor It. Y. CI
hertson was mtoderator and preacher,
pro tent. One new Iember 'was re
veived Into ite church. lie then in
todited to tlt' congregaIt lion two lay
inn. well known consecraled Baptists
fro t ite Iirs Is au itrenis, Mr. Al. L.
Sm itli and .\lr. W. I'. 'I'loimiason. They
spok(e fervent ly of tlie need of awaken
ing and inforinitig Baptist laymen of
their dity towards the evangelizing
of the World. These Iwo brethren
had .iust before attended tie S. C.
Iaiptist lhayien's meet inug at Green
wood wihel was indeed a great umet
U'ncle .lohn IFinley ani It. \V. Daven
)or were also in attendance at Green
wood and made shoirt speeches tot the
benefit of t hose Who did 1101 go. Unele
.lihn siut ted upl the goodt it did( him
"It cost - $2.00 and I woildn't near
take $5.t I'm it 150 per cent finan
cially. I helped ie .physically. I
foel good for 11) more years. And I
know it beneflited me spiritually." So
tle blessing was thiree-fold. Several
visitor were in our midst. for Sunday.
Miss Iaula Watkliis and brother,
Hlenry. were gusts of Nliss Grace
.\Itr. and .'s. William !!yrd and
sol, IIenry I'nwns, aceompan ied by
Miss Sara 'i s'n. visited at I tic home
fihiei" gram'ielietr, Mrs. IT. C. Cuni
Mi. and Mrs. Clauite P. Finley and
childron and filh e. sirs. \Vlliamls
wore od y "'11csis of .\r. and Nir S.11
T. 1,. Fileyo.
1.\iss .n1:1101ia Martin. who is travel
inu in Teni'sse, l'nt fihe week w'ithI
4 i ar t' tad to flite fac'es of sev
oral of 1I1. Pleasant fritids Sun1th,
nioni ih t I t's. M I obl tDaniiel.
esrs. I. .\. Cunuinlhaim and Wade
aind trank Williams. We are glaid
to hi:ive ts' nlelih 'ors atil frieindr
worship with uis.
.Ii'. and i t-s. .1. Frank Miarlin had
Big Store i
With all the newnes
of colorings; real qjuality
Stetsons. A style to sui
A\nother shipment ju
serge in the new box c<
styles; some trimmed in
ty of pretty buttons.
(uite a faalily re-union at their home
Sunday, when all their children 'were
there. We were glad to have J. Roy
.\larlin, 'whose hone is now in Ander
sol, back at the old h6me church for
Aliss Ozella \lurray and AIr. mid .\rs.
,I. ). Bryson were the guests of Alr.
and .l rs. A. Lee 1angston Sunday.
Aliss lottie VCuninghamn spent Sun
Alay with her cousin, Mrs. Lena Brown.
Friends and relatives of MArs. lirown
will be glad to 'hear that she has taken
it decided turn for (lie better. We ar(
all hopeful that sjie will again ill her
accuistoiled place In church.
Aliss Alat.tIe Sue Woiford spent Fri
llay night with her scloolnate, Miss
ith Riddle. The eleventh grade, of
which these two are members, cliap
'roned by their teacher, Allas Love,
hadl a pleasant trip to Rlenn school
lollse Qlriday night, an oyster supper
indi hone inade candy were the attrae
mions, after which the young people
'tripped the light fantastic toe" at tle
lospita ble country home of Alr. and
\rs. Bell near the school house. The
Lauirens party 'were delighted and ap
reciated the hospitality of Mr. and
\l8rs. Hlvl. Two of the iaurens party,
11. K. llum lphries and Miss larriet
II lighes, were the winners of the cake
:it the "cake lwalk".
Friends of Nfrs. J. S. alichen, of
Laumrens, weird glad to greet lier at the
wrvices Saturday afternoon. This is
he home of her childhood and she is
[iIRLS! GIRLS! TRY IT!
STOP DANDRUFF AND
BEAUTIFY YOUR HAIR
air stiops fiviling olit antd gets thick,
wavy, strong and beatutiful.
Your hair becomes light, wavy, fluf
y. abundant and appears is soft, hums
rous and beautiful as a young girl's
ftter a "Danderine Iair cleanse." .Just
ry this-moisten a cloth with a little
)anderine and carefully draw it
hrough your haiir, taking oe small
;rind at a time. This will cleanse
iair of dust, dirt alid excessive oil and
n ll.st a few moments you have doul
ded the bleaiuty of your haimr.
Iiesides bleaulifying Iie hair at once,
andiiler' ine dissolves I'etly pIrticle of
Iindut'ff: cleaises, i ')rifles alld ilivig
rates the scalp1, fn1er si atopping itCh
11.1 and141 falling har.
t what will phige 1 1o most vill
a aIftelr a few weks' use wheni you
vill act uialy see new lai' -fie and
lowniy at firsi --yes bit rei aly l nl' ' ew
lai grlwilng all over Ilie scalp. If
l1.il e for preity. sof halir and lots
>. it. siur'ely get n small bot Ile of
(nowlton's Danderine from any druig
is or toilet Coun t er for a few cents.
I MER R1
er of the,
st Styles at P
s, snap, and richness
that you find only in
t every taste.
at S ts
st in '1 all-wool rlavej
wide bfsd with plen
Popular priced for
always sure of a welcome here. Martin, son or Mr. J. W. Martin.
.31iss Nell Madden, a student of high ate gl to report all better aml 0 a(
school at Greenwood, spent the week- PierCe was able to be at his p1 :e t
end witli her mother here. Sunday she -whool ighdn Monday.
was guest of the Misses (hampiuian of We trust that atI will a aii l.
Cold Point. (0111ilbitoll for l1Oiiie and Porvi.11
Several children of this neighhdr- Missions, to Sunday school oil
hoo(, have been sick. - Two of the lit- Ma1ch 30th.
fie ones at the 'home of Mr. Coggins, Mr. J. If. Power, Miss Ora and M4
lruce Wofford, the baby boy at the kMary Allison attended the funeral or
home of Mr. J. A. Wofford and Pierce I their uncle, Mart Poole, Sunday.
l110Wl TlO SAVE AUTO( TlIRtE TlUBES.
Vulcadize thenm, orl't scrap thea
when they are full of puncture ipatche5
and b-iow-oult holes. We are just. ai
* successful In vulcanizing iner tubei
as oiter shoes, and t e toney sav
Ing Is cothatratively as great. Thies
are tire and tube saving days, and
lisionsng our n ay will do It fo ,
yo.l. Jrop i'l and get our prices.
MYllibe surrised at our results.
IIAIINEA Ell-E("lILIC CO.
Opposite Post Offlce.
WE HAVE a large selection and variety of
clocks, suit ble for every purpose, and each
guarantee to give perfect satisfaction.
No matter w at your needs in the clock line
may be bt'will pay you to see us.
IN addition invguaranteeing you satisfaction we
will save you money.
ingaa ompratvel asgetIhs
TH G It ' S o wa C) w d t
I fJECLIPSE SHIRTS
10 ozou . Tie in
OWposee theyO last
WECApEs an Dageslmcinand aieyo
Spclloks ofi befo Caesvery puroseandsac
gun.Ralales t $35.00,erfecaiacton
I mayobeEteryllepayryou to.seemus.