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* CLINTON NEWS. *
Cl'nton, Mach 31.-Capt. Theodore
Peake spent several days last w.eek in
the city 'with relatives and friends.
Mrs. r. L. Todd, of Greenville, is the
guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R.
Mrs. A. '13. Galloway spent several
days last week in Abbeville.
Mirs. W. P. Jacobs delightfully en
tertained the Knitting Club last Ties
(lay afternoon. A delicious salad
course and iced tea was served to the
following mem'hers: *lesdames Cyrus
Bailey, John T. Young, W. 13. Owens,
Jr., J. F. Jacobs, Jr., Misses Nancy Ow
ens, Doreas Mason and Jette Dillard.
Mrs. J. WhItman Smith returned last
week to Bishopville after sipending
several days here.
'Capt. and M rs. W. R. Richey, Jr., and
daughter, Sarah, of Laiurens. speit
Sunday with MrI. and mrs. W. B. Ow
Mrs. Jas. R. Copeland delight fully
(ltertained the "Merry Wives" last
Wednesday afternoon. After several
gaies of Rook were played, the
hostess served a delicious salad course
and iced tea to the following guests:
Mesdalmes M. J1. McF-addenl, L. 13. Dil
lard, . .1. Adair. T. 1). Copeland, .J. W.
Copeland, Jri., Jodie Chandler, W. It.
Owens. Jr., E. W. Ferguson, Ir'by llipp,
Julia Griflin and .1. F. Jacobs, Jr.
'ir. John F. Henry, of Greenville,
spent the week-end with his family,
Who are the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
It. H. Young.
Miss Agatha Bailey, of Coker Col
lege, spent the week-end at home
with her parents.
Mrs. F. K. Shealy spent several days
last week in Columbia.
No organs of the huma.n body are so
important to health and long life 4s the
kidneys. When they slow up and corn
mence to lag In their duties, look out!
Find out what the trouble is-without
delay. Whenever you feel nervous,
weak, dizzy, suffer from sleepiessness,
or have paIns in the back--twake up
at once. Your kidneys niced help. T'hese
are signs to warn you that your khl
neys are not perforning the', fune
t1ins prop1erly. They are! on i alf
tloing, thtir worl .al are allowing', liin
purities to accniulate .and ho conv rt
ed into urie ach4i a nt d i lie h r to isoins.
which are auursing you dtistress, andl will
destroy yu uiless they are driven
from your systemn.
A Few Sp
The New We
Blue, Brown an
double toned lin:
the World over
and style for the :
Here in a big var
Miss Nene Duncan of Whitmire,
spent several days last week with Mrs.
Mrs. L. -S. Henderson and children,
of 'Blairs, are the guests of her par
ents, MIr. and Mrs; IR. P. Adair.
M1essrs. W. 11 .Owens, Jr., and Chris
topher Adair spent Monday in Colum
Mr. and Irs. Thomas D. Jacobs re
turned MIonday after spending their
honeymoon in Now York City.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Ferguson, and
.ir. and Mrs. T. D. Copeland speni
fonday In Columbia.
MOTHERI GIVE CHILD
"SYRUP OF FIGS"
IF TONGUE IS COATED
If 'ross, feverish, sick, bilious, clean
little liver an d bowels.
Children love tis- "fruit laxative,"
aind nothing else cleanses the t~ender
,;tomach, lier and bowels so nticlv.
A child sniply will not slop playing
to emupty its bowels and the 'ee.alt is,
waste, il er gets siuggish, %t >mach
sours, Ithen your little one becomes
cross, half-sick, feverish, don't eat,
sleep or act naturally, breath is bad,
system full of cold, has sore throat,
sloiach-ache or diariihoea. Listen,
N other! See if tongue is coated, then
give a teaspoonful of "California Syrup
of Figs," and In a tew hours all 'the
constipated waste, sour bile and undli
gested food passes but of the system.
and you have a well, playful child
lillions of mothors g e "California
Syrup of Pigs", beqaue it is perfectly
harmless; children I ' it, and it nev
er fails 'to act oin;le stomach, liver
and bowels. of'
Ask your druggist for a bottle of
"California Syrup of Figs," which has
full direction for balhies, children of all
ages and for grown-ups plainly print
ed on the bottle. Beware of counter
felts sold here. Get the genuine, made
by "California Fig Syrup Company."
Refuse anp other kind with contempt.
Get some 001A) MEDAL Haarlem Oil
Capsules at once. They are an old, tried
preparation used all over tho world for
centuries. Tney contain only old-fash
ioned, Soothing oils combinAd with
8trength-giving and aystom-ele'aunsing
herbs, well khkown and uhed by physi
'latis in th 'ir daily practice. tJOiLD)
Mi ().\ linarlent Oil Capsules are im
portedl dlitIvet from the laboratories in
i llatd. They art) convenlent to take.
:1tid will eithI' give promlt relief or
y:our mneiyiv%' will be refunded. AsC for
theIlm at any driig store, ti he siure to
-M i Al . u librand. .Aeeept no suillst it ites.
Ill sa:0led 1:kicares. Sizes.
ecial Items Sele
Can't We Hay
ist-line Styles in all-wool
d Green Flannels and
lined with guaranteed
ings. Popular Priced at
) to $45.00
Ily advertised one-price
suit. The most service
money that you can buy.
iety of models at from
i to $40.00
GET LIBERTY BONDS
Six Men Hold Up Commonltealth
State Bank of Detroit and Make Big
Detroit, Mich., March 28.-Herding
14 .persons, Including several women
patrons, into tihe lavatory and the
vault of the West Side branch of the
Commonwealth Stae Bank here six
unmasked bandits this afternoon
roibbed the Institution of $10,000 In
cash and unregistered Liberty bonds,
which officials say may exceed $65,000
in value. Fifty .thousand dollars in
currency -had been removed from the
branch to the main oflice only a few
hours before the hold-up according to
J. C. McCausey, presideit of the bank.
The hold up 'was one of the most
daring in recent years. Two of the
men stood guard outside the ibank
while four entered with the man at
the head waving a sawed off shot gun.
Charles H. Mooney, cashier, and Paul
Mlaullick, his assistant, were ordered
from their cages and with severall pa
trons were forced to stand with up
raised hands while the bank vault was
being rifled. The tiw-o bank attaches
were then ordered into -the vault to
gether with four of the patrons and
the big steel door closed. Eight other
persons, including several who came
in after the bandits entered, and
among them two women each with a
baby in her arms were ordered one
by one into the lavatory. The bandits
then gathered up-all the currency in
sight nd escaped in a big touring car.
S1i11,OH NEWS. *
Shiloh, March 31.-The weather has
been very fivorable to the farners of
this community. Everybody is real
busy plowing and getting their land
ready for planting.
The teacher of Shiloh school, Miss
Sadie Padgett, entertained her pupils
Monday night by giving them a marsh
mallow roast down at the old Good
gion lae. 'I'ley all reported a file
Mr. Frank Wilson went to Green
ville last week to have an operation.
lie is back at home now and*getting
There haven't been any Suinay
(11001 'here in several weeks on ac
41i lit of literati re, but we think tuiey
will liave some inl a few Imiore weeks.
ected from Oui
e the Pleasure
Merits of Th(
Twenty dozen 'W
and Organ~dys, Lace-t
ed, Square and Roll (
$2.00 and $2.50.
One lot of 2 doz.
.One lot of 5 doz.
Lace and Filet Curtaji
lot. Come in and see
our new Counter Boo
production of Curtair
the number of the Pa'
and diagrams explail
cisely the art of winc
and' lace. We carry
Scranton Nets, all of
from 39cts to 75cts ti
REPLI-E TO ALLEN
Says Kansas Executive Should Cone
South and Learn Something.
Columbia, March 28.--"If Governor
Allen will Induce some of the wheat
growers of his state to come South and
grow cotton under present conditions
-they could give him some valuable In
formation on the subject about lwhich
lie evidently knows nothing at all, else
lie would not have made the statement
that lie did," said Gov. IRobert A.
Cooper today, reply-ing to the state
ment by Governor Allen of Kansas,
criticising the cotton acreage reduction
canTpaign -in the South.
The statement Issued today by Gov
ernor Cooper follows in full: "The
people of the cotton growing states
have not criticised the fixing of the
price of wheat 'by the Government.
They are glad the Kansas farmers are
to receive a profit on their products.
Two dollars and t'wenty-six cents may
or may not be an adequate price for
wheat. I don't know any more about
the cost of production of wheat than
Governor Allen does afbout the cost of
roduction of cotton. I do know, and
every well Informed man of the cotton
belt knows, that the farmer cannot to
day get a prollt for his cotton. If Gov
ernor Allen will induce some of the
wheat growers of his state to come to
the south and grow cotton under pres
ent conditions they could give him
valuable information on the subject
al)ouit which he evidently knows so
little, else lie would not have made the
statement lie did."
Harmless to keep liver, bowels
and stomach clean, and
cost only 10 cents
Tonigrt sure. Take Cascarets and
enjoy thd nicest, gentlest. liver and
howel cleansing you ever experienced.
Pascarets will liven your liver and
clean your thirty feel of bowels with
out griping. You will wake up feel
ing grand. Your head will he clear,
breath right. longue clean, stomach
sweet-Get a 10-cent box now at any
drug store. liest cathairtic for chil
dren as well is grown-uis. Taste like
eandy and never fall. They 'work while
e Big Stock as
of Showing YoL
ash Waists in Voiles
~ollar. Priced $ 1.7.5, ' f
to close at 39cts . A
to close at 90cts
a Nets just ini a choice -
these goods. Also,
k which through re
s, each one carrying
ttern. Color pictures jV
ns clearly and con- c<
ow draping with net
a large stock of
excellent designs, at
IS YOUR LIFE PROTECTED?
Protection gives real satisfaction. Are
you protected in a real substantial way?
Come in atid- -tt me show you how The
Jefferson Standard Life Insurance Com
pany policies protect you.
W. T. MOORE, at Posey's Drug Store,
Agent Jefferson Standard Life Insurance of Greensboro, N. C.
AN R/ AWj 000 4VA
supplyfor yur pemanen ftrade notthe
t4 iva ng4p i .I I
Ifyu oleivei nowqa come
AA/D A D-ANT E
We are 9ompeting with every other source of
supply for yur permanent trade not the
Doesn't it stand tW reason therefore,
that we should maintain a quality of
uniform excellence and give you all
the price advantages posible.
If you don'tlkieve it now come
in and we will convince you.
wel v T
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