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Maddeln, March 31.-Farmers In thi
seet%* are putting in hard nwork t<
get 'tfie. land In good shaDe befor<
blanting born. -Some planted corr
last week, others will begin today
The slogan through here is, ."Plent3
of cop fbr next year."
The c1bcks were all turned up on<
hour on Sunday morning. It was de
cided to meet at Sundy school at th<
usual hour, 10 o'clock, so be there Ir
time next Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. 1. B. Blakely, of Holly
Grove, 'were the guests Sunday of Mr
and Mrs. N. Lee Langston.
W. 11. 1U(dgens and family were
the guests of his mother, Mr.s. T. S.
J. I. Finley, T. S. Langston, B. Y,
Culbertson and Mrs. .1. D. Culbertson
and sonl, Hugh, represented Prospest
at the Union meeting at Waterloo Sat
urday. D. Y. Culbertson attended on
Sunday also, as lie was on the program
for that day. A very enjoyable union
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by a Brooklyn manifracturer who was
Intenced to three yeara in the peni
tentiary for sellirlg taleum powder
tabia as Aspi-rin' Tablets--jewaei
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from Headache, Neuralgia,
Eirtche_, Toothache, RhCu
.hsm, liumbago, Colds,
Grippe or Influenzal Colds
a aways insist up< the gen
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A. ults-Talie one or two
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11 necessary, repeat dose three
.m:s a day after meals.
)-eeni, pn:rage--Larger sizes also.
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Service Day and Night
Will Appreciate Your Patronag
Telephones: Residence 201 Oi
Office at Posey's Drug Store.
No matter wha
Jewelry line, G1
cords, or your<
have been in La
and have made n
pie that have I
time. This I ha
by giving everybc
A word to the v
Miss tie Sue, Wofford entertain
ed the B. .7 P. U. Saturday night. The
young folks iad a thoroughly good
time. They enjoyed the home-made
candy and the social hour together.
The next meeting -will be at the home
of 'Miss Grace Finley.
Messrs. Norwood Martin, Everett
Jacks and Frank Martin -of the Lisbon
section, we were glad to greet at Sun
(lay school Sunddty. We were also glad
to see the family of J. Wiss 'Martin at
their usual places after a spell of
Mr. andl Mrs. Todd Thompson are
here on a visit to his parents. Judge
al i3rs.A 0. U. Thompson and other
relatives. They came by auto from
Florida and arrived Wednesday.
We were grieved to hear of the
dath of our kinsman, John C. Boyd
of Laurens. Ile had many relative.
here who are grieved over his early
deati. We extend deopest synpathy
to his young wife and devoted sisters.
Ir. G. IT. Finley visited his mother
in-law, Mrs. Della Cuninghani Sunday
afternoon, where he went to see es
pecially Mr. andi Mrs. Larry Martin,
of Spartanburg. Mrs. Martin and chil
dren are to stay several weeks at the
home of her mother. Capt. E. Sliaw
'Cunningham, 'who was so seriously ill
in Philadelphia a few weeks ago, Is
expected in a few days. Tlhere will he
quite a reunion at the home of 1this
good woman while these two children
are with her.
Air. and Mrs. Thurman Finley, Mr.
and .Mrs. J. ID. Bryson and Mr. and
Mrs. .1. A.' Wofford were visitors in
Missionary Day wa% observed by
ilrospect Sunday school Sunday morn
ing and a very generous collection 'was
taken for home and foreign missions.
We thank the children who took part
in the exercises. They gavc us an
instructive and enjoyable hour which
was greatly enjoyed by tihe congrega
Miss Ozella Murray spent the week
vind with her sister in Abbeville.
Mrs. Mary Harris, one among the
best farmers in the county, 'was a
pleasant caller of Mrs. J. A. Wofford
Mi. Robt. Tininiermann of Charles
toi, is spending several (lays with
Mirs. Timmerman and children at the
home of their mother, Mrs. Cora Mada
t0o edi h
ys ie wit
t ouee in th
urgns ten years
lor'e friends and
s han some peo
Ived here a life
dy a square deal.
rise is suffiCient.
* LANFORD 'NEWS.
ilTanford, March 31.--The all-day
singing was quite a success and well
enjoyed by all. There was a good
crowd of talented singers, noted musi
clans, professors, etc., present from
different places and they made the
welkin ring with melodious strains
ir. P'oole, who has been In the IT. S.
service was back and performing on
the organ with his usfial ability, which
shows he keeps up h1,i practice.
The Warrior Creek singers were
here and dil some good singing.
We are sorry there was a mttisuinder
standing last week in the lime for
Capt. Richey to address our school.
We had a phone message this muorn
ing from him that he will come to our
school next Thursda-y night, April Ird.
at 8:30. and make an address on hir
exiperiences in France an( Germany
which all are very interested in and
want to hear him. Wre .will be glad
to have our neighboring schools-Ora.
Central and 10noree,- --to come and be
with us. The ladies of the Rural Tm
lrovement association will sell (loil
cious Cream after the address.
Mrs. C. ). Cox enjoyed the day with
Mrs. Q. W. Pulley last. week and was
delighted with their splendid piano
player. Ills bright little daughters Are
taking music aud learning fast.
Nir. and I Airs. Palmer Thomas, of
Spartanhu rg, visited their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Franks.
.Mir. Yates Waldrep, of Wofford Col
lege spent the week-end iwith his par
The. Woman's Missionary society
will meet Wednesday afternoon at
3: n.t the Methodist churIh. This
is an i mportant meeting. Let all conie
and enjoy the special program.
Miss Nora Cannon went to F[Spartan
iturg Sunday to take .ohnit .1r., part of
the way to his home at Rock lill. He
was met by his aunt, Miss liuey.
.Mr. II. M. Jolnson has gone to visit
his ipeoplo in North. Carolina.
ir. and Mrs. Geo. Ilariani and .liss
bile Ferguson, of Wooudi-tff, and Mr.
End Mrs. T. ). Ilarman and Mr. Wen
iel Cox took dinner with Mrs. 0. F.
Powler and LeRoy Patterson Sunday.
Lieut. James Drummond, of Camp
Sevier, was at home to spend the
week-end with homtefolks.
Mr. Talmage has reached home safe
ly from overseas and was gladly wel
2oneid by his many friends and rela
Lives. It is so good to see his jolly
'ace and hear his voice in prayer once
mnore in his church he loves so well.
\Ve thank God for his life and infu
mnce in our commiinity an( wish we
had m0ore boys like IiII. We will be
glad when out' other bovs retitn.
GIRLS! WHITEN SKIN
WITH LEMON JUICE
Miahe a beatity lotion for a few cents
to removei tani, fr eleis, sallouwiiess.
Your I grocert has 1e lemotny andtu anty
udrug store or t ollot, countf1 will sitpi
ply you with threue ouines of orcharumd
White for a few cnts. S"queeze the
juice of lawo fre@4J leitoins Into a bot
tie, then pitt in the orchtard white and
shake wvell. T1his makes a (iuatert
pint. of the vei'y best lemon sk'na whli -
lineri anid cotmiple xion beattifdie r known .
Miassage this fragrant, creamy lot ion
daily into thte face. neck, aims and
hands~l and jutst see how freckles, tt,
sallowness. redness and rouightness
diisauppear and htow~ smtootht, soft andiu
clear thte sk in becomtes. Yes! It is
harm'iless, and I he beau tifttl results
will sitrprtise you.
a e .....
S *0.* * 54 e OS 500 e 5
glad to see the 'onttinuied pieltty
weatheri. itarminig is out Oeruption l~
s;hopting l ast W\edln esday afterntoon.
Mr's. .1. F. Pooleu visited lien mtothler.
Mrts. Martt.ini, neat' Gray 'oturit, last
M. and Mrts. C. TI. Cooper and Miss
Lila ClIark were in Cross~ Anichtoir iunit
Mir. and Mr's. Ihugh Wilson, of Ash
v'ille, N. C., are spending a feiw days
with Mi'. JT. WV. Donnaun's family.
Mis~s Anunie Mae Doitnatn sptet the
week'-end wit h hotmetolks.
Miss Mattie Poole wvas at htome Sat
itnday itightt antd Sunidaiy. Shte is a
student of Lander eolle'ge.
Mm's. W. P. Poole and cildrent. Glennt
rindl Marigarnet, spent Sunday wIthI hetr
munt, Miiss Nettle Taylor. of Pea I ide~
Nit. andc Mrs. Clartentce Sanderis at
I ettded a birthlday dIn net' at Ithe Ihomte
r~f hter fathet, Nit. T1. R. Bliakely, last
Ms. Mi. 0. Clark attd son, Mi'. StOve'.
were at Mr'. Will Poole's Sundlay.
Miss iDaisy Tlartris met with tite Catn
lng Clubil at Sandtuy ASings school -
house Thursday afternoon antd gave
ii talk on economy in gener'al.
'No sickness to report In tIs (omt
Mr. andc Mirs. WV. P. Poole wete in
ASK US ABOUT IT
New Series now open. Why not take
Some Shares and Buy or Build a Home?
HOME BUILDING AND
C. H. ROPER, Sec.'y and Treas.
'the Man Who Appreciates
tincetion in Haberdashery
IAT man will appreciate the
MINTER COMPANY'S dis
s which are now ready for
ing. We've aimed for distine
,and we've hit our mark. And
ye expressed our ideas of qual
in a splendid manner.
're specializing on haberdash
effects that are far frorn corn
ni-place---we have much to
w to the man who discrimi
~s in his choice.
(AI l.iT'S slIlNG IIOSIE ItY
O SUITS sPItINo NE('Kwin i
'( Sill iITS SllNG IN'NDEIIWEARL
Phoenix Sox---Knox Hats
Michael Sterns Clothes
* MUSGROVE NEWS,
'Musgrove, March 30.-We are glad
to see the sun still shining and the
farmers still busy in tho fields .
There will (h an oyster and lce
creai supper given at Alusgrove
school house Friday night, April 4th.
-'Averybody come with a "fat" pocket
Wve are glad to know that the sick
list is improving and we 110) they all
will soon he well.
Alise's Lora Lee Montloy and Itut h
My rs anld Mr1'. .1. V. .leDolnald. wer
the Stiuiday aft(esoon ttests of .\[Iss
vs IM antId ieva 1olt.
a n ' 1 3 W. NJ. Mvys visited
.\r. anel M.\-. Xq,. T. WoodIruff Fainday.
Mr. and .\Jr.;. 1). A. Glnn ,and Mliss
(ena I lyred motored to Greenville Stin
clay. Mr. (;lenn als(% m11Otore(d to Co
Messrs. Pierce and( Vernion Myers,
Pal Prine and landolph Owens vis
ifed Mi-. Ira Bolt Sunday.
Mr. Miuth .yers was the spend-ithe
day guests of Mr. Joshua tPoole Stin
Mr. K.1ar14 Woodruly\f was at hoie for
MNir. and Mrs. W. It. Anderson amd
faminily visited the latter's parents, Mr.
and M Is. lohn A. owens, of (-ray Court
Mr. Carilon spent Sathurday night
with his sister, Mrs. 0. J. 1101t.
Mr. M0. 1i. Bolt was a business vis
ifor in the city Saturday.
Give way before the pene
trating effects of Sloan's
So do those phurmatic twinges and,
the loii-aci. 'of lumbago, the nerve
inflamnatioi of neuritis, the wry neck,
the joint wrench, the ligament sprain,
the muscle strain, and the throbbing
The case of applying, the quickness
of relief, the positive results, the clean
liness, and the economy of Sloan's
Liniment make it universally preferred.
80c, 60e and $1.20.