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* HIICORY TAVERN NEWS. *
Hickory Tavern. April 7.-A nice
rain fell here Friday ,whIch was great
ly appreciated by all the farmers.
A few of our farmers have planted
Mr. John Abercronble has traded
his old car off and got a new one.
The flu is still raging in our com
emtnnity though we hope it will soon
.%iss Ranie Roper, of Iionca Path,
was the attractive guest of her etusin,
M iss .aye Roper, last week.
Miss Vera Blaldwin, who Is attending
Wiinthrop College, was a visitor at
ome 1hursday night and Friday.
Misses Vora beague, lma l(aldwin
anld 1ldie Ahereromnbie mofored to
Greenville last Thursday on business.
Messrs. Andy Boyd and Columbus
Owens, hoth rural pollenin, passed
through this section Saturday after
.\r. John C. Abererombie, wife and
t-wo or three chtildren, accompalied by
their son. Fralk, as claiffeir,' mttotored
to Fouitain iInn visiting relatives Sinl
.\r.. 1. Al Sume rel and vife are sick
inl hed with the li1u. Three of the t'hii
dren have just got tip frot the saie
.\rIt. James ''liomason, of 1,aurens,
spent the day with his father an1d
Iltother. %It. and Mirs. .1. K. Thotason,
:Mr. Calvitt 'I'll mli ig's w ife is seri
ously ill at. this writing.
Mr. 11. 11. Alalont's family has been
sick with i the fli. They are getting
alloig fine now.
.\lr. Framk Anderson has purltcas
ed a lew Ford I tuck.
It seeltis as8 if the ipmpers at're not
going to quit talking about tIle brave
ieroes of the 301th Divislon. I real ize
what they had to go through, but I
guess that. they have forgottel aholt
tle thousailds tHat worked so hard in
our Camltps alld Were eagerly WaitilIg
their time to cross tite deep oceanl to
get a crack at the l ni.
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Ow inigs. April 7.----.ltnday afternoon,
\.4-tr 31st. the DIirI''e home Was .1
scene of Ierrimtient. Tihe ocasion Was
tilt, entih birthday of little Margaret
DuPtret. After a dear good ol time
frollicking ill tilie yard i1he ten litlet
maidtelns wert ilvilt'd intto the dinting
room with its lovely malhogally fIllIi
ture ait bealltifll spriig tlowers. With
tIle room darkentit a1d brnig tapers
t14in happy falces glowel with expectal
ey. '' hey were not disappoiited. .\ts.
Alargr1e1 DuPlree graceuiIlly atnd in her
Ow11 Sweet Way d111e11t Ihe little one1s
welcotlit. Deli1ious pillk and green
croam and enke wr tserved. Ill tIhte
CV'te of the table a large cake wilh
of thik t litt' gir's thle hi le ftell
out therebyv assur1ing ('ach1 little' girl
that she1 was nolit hit livs tohe 41f oft a
mate fot' someontelt. Lotts of f'i. was~4
had. Pink and( grtetn ttintts we're
passed. In It noo11k in the hall1 M\iss
bow'l. 1Detlleious cholattIe fudlge was
after wisht tittlte .\largairet cottbt have'l
ju)st lots oft tent yearsi' oltd birthldays
part1 i-- tand Irememberit'ting htert with ithel
thinitgs liftt'e i'olks l ike to have thtey
all left tirt'd buit haplpyt. 'lThose pres
tilt wter'( M\isses Fltoy Owitgs, ltobe'rta
Bryson, Mlildred Cur'ry, Lois Owinlgs,
Tris Owitngs. I'A'elyn Wh'i tte, Kltise
Tillnt), France ~lts WellI s, El ii~izabeth Ow
liabitual Constipation Cured
in 14 to 2i Days
"LAX-F"OS WITII PEPSIN" is a specially
prepatretd Syruip Tlonhic-Laxautive for Hlabitutal
Consti pationt. it relieves p~rot)Ily but
should be taketn reguilairly for 14 to 21 days
to indluce regutilar ation. it Stimulatesandi
Regulaites Very iPle1aant to Tfake. 60c
D~ON'T LET A COLD~
KEEP YOU AT HOE
Dr. King's New Discovery
almost never fails to'
bring quick relief
Small dosces once in awhtile and that
throat-tearing, lung-splitting cou hi
soon quiets down. Another close ana '
hot bath before jumping into bed, a
good slcep, and back to normal in thle
Dr. King's NwDiscoveryi'el
known. l'or fifty ycars it's beeni
relieving coughls, colds and bronchlial
attacks. For fif'ty years it has been
Bold by druggists everywhtere. A
reliable re'medly thlat yout yourself or any
membe'r of youtr fam imily can take' safely.
Tri hs Stubborn liowefs
Ihelp rnatiurc take its coutrse, not
with a violent, habtit-formting purga
tive, butt with gentle bumt ccrtain and
natural-laxative, Dr. King's New Life
Pills. Tonic in act ion, it stimnulate's the
lan bnwels Sl Antti tggatsvry-lmb-~
RABUN NEWS. *
'Ilaibun, April 7.-Mrs. Robecca Ow
ens and Mr. Archie Owens visited rel
atives in Greenpond section last week.
Aliss Ratynie Roper, of lionea Path,
spent last week wvith Miss Mae Roper.
Miss Vera Baldwin, of Rock Hill,
visited her parents, Rev. Walter Bald
win and family last week.
Air. George Hlellams, of Dials, spent
'T'hursday night. with Mr. Walter Sny
Mr. 11-1i Hlabb, after spending sever
al days .with Mr. George Babb returned
to his home near Ware Shoals Thurs
.\liss .aude Pearson, of Clinton, is
visiting .\Mrs, Dr. .1. W. lleason.
.\Ir. Btooth (Fray, after qpeIding one
year in Germainy, rettirmed home last
Aliss Cora League was shopping in
(Greenville one day last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Malahon were in
larens shopping Saturday.
Mrs. Anna West, of Ware Shoals,
visited \ its . II. Mahon Thursday.
.i. and M.\rs. Sam Nelson. of Eden
,eetionl, Spen~t VGalI'day nhight with
.\l'. and .lMrs. Posey Nelson.
.a1. ad ml Mrs. Will Black, of IAebanon,
di ned with itr. and Mrs. Ed Alexander
Mr. George 0abb was in Hiillside
community on business Saturday.
.\Mr. iobert liellams aid family
spent Sat urday night with \i. New
ton ll iellais, of 1lillside.
Mirs. liouston Babb and children, of
Gray Court, were at Itabun Sunday
Miss Allie llabb and fat her, and Nr.
)ennis Owens visited Mr. and Mrs.
Smith .\lartin Suiuday.
.\iss Janie lBaldwinl visited .\i.'s
Cora Laeague Sunday.
A CHILD'S TONCUE
SHOWS IF LIVER OR
BOWELS ARE ACTITE
ii eross, feverish, sick, bilious, glie
fruit laxative at oic(.
Every mother realizes, after giving
her children "California Syrup of
Figs," that this is their idea.1 laxative,
because they love its pleasant taste
and it thoroughly cleanses the tender
little stomach, liver and bowels with
When cross, irritable, feverish or
breath is tbad, stomach sour, look at
the tongue, Mother! If coated, give a
teasiiioonful of this hari'm less "fruit.
laxative." and inl a few hours all the
foul, constipated waste. sour bile and
unadig.'esied rood ntasses out of the bow
'ls, and you ha.ve a well, playful child
aga in. Whlen its little systent is full of
c(l(1. throat sore. has stoiimel-ache,
diiar-rhoea. lindige:,tion. colic-rememil
ber. a good "itnside eleanusing" should
always be. the irst treatlct given.
.\Millions ot iniothers keep "Califor
ii Syrup ot Figs" handy; they know
a teaspoiful today saves a sick child
1m01'rrow. Ask your i dru'nggist for a
hotile of "('alifornia Syrup of Pigs",
which has idirections for babies. chil
dreni of all ai ges and growin -ups prinit
ed otn thle bottle. IHteware of c'outter-(
fis sold lere, s0 doin't lbe tooled. Ge't
tie getnuine, mtade byv ''(alifornia Fig
ilI'SVHOVi: NIAIWS, *
.\lusgrove'c, Apii 7. --i'er. S. II. 'Temi
plemian tilled thyv. Williams' regulai
atppoiinment at bangston Sunday af
tc inoon withi a large ('ongriegait ion
\'c wer'e very glad to see thle r'e
frieshin tg shouwieris Friday whtichi we
11(ev. J. F". Jacobs fille(d his aptpoinat
minit ait ltitany Sunday mioriniig atl
deli1ve'red a 11lne sermmon.
.\Ir. and Mr's. I . A. Glenn dlined withi
.\lr'. antd .\lvs. D oc'k b i ttle Stinda y.
Oan ae uint of hadl wa thbet' the
iSti'r aind ic'u 'r'eami suitper'i at .\us
L'rove schoolhlouise w.' Ia st ponied tin
til Friday night. April IIiih. The putb
lit' is c'ordially invited.
lM's. 1h. I. Hlolt is on thle si('k lis
i s weiek. WVe htope shte wvill sooni be
Al essris. it tgh and J'd M\yerms weure
the spend-t he-day gtuests of Mr. Ira
IldIt andi lthe Stunday after'noon gue(sts
of .\mr. Itoster Weir.
Mirs. .Mary~ baites and1( son, Walt'r
anad .\ir. D~avidi l'Sil I-were thle spendu
he-day gtiests of Mr i. and Mr's. 11. 11.
M\lisses Nannie and Nina Ow.ens were'
in thle city Friday aftei'nooni.
Mi'. Fred bitt le dined( *with Mri. Ver
non .Alyeris Sundtay.
.\l r. Y'anhcy Owens was thle week-end
gnest of his par'ents, 'Mr. and Mi's. C.
.\ili. and Mm's. .J. I. Sanders s pen t
iii lay a ftcernoon with Mr'. anad .\i's.
i. ii. Glenn.
('irdl of Thl~anks.
Ton thIn friends and necighbors who
nutnistered so kindly to iiy hiusbantd
dinig his last Illness, I desire to ic
Iurn my siniit'(i( thbanks with th e asstir
w~Vill 'etr be r'emieimbei'ed.
Friendship School Honor Roll.
First Grade-Nell Cheek and Ev
Second Grade-Mary Gentry.
-Fourth Grade-Bennie Cox and
Fifth Grade-Louise Cheek and
Sixth Grade-Ralph Wallace and
Seventh Grade-Ruth Wallace, Alli<
Rogers, Blanche Finch and Nivia
At Warrior Creek Church.
There .will be an all-day singing at
Warrior Creek Church on Easter Sun
(lay, April 20th. Everybody come and
enjoy the day.
TAK A CAL0TAB
The New Nausealess Calo.
mel That Is Entirely Puri.
fled of all of the Nau.
seating and Salivating
D3o you ever have a bad taste in
Your IIouth inl the Inorning, heavy
breath, coated tongue, headache, in
digestion. iervousiess, with a let
down feeling? You nee(l calomel, but
dread to take it. Try calotabs, the
nausealess calomel that is dolightful
to take and Oelightful in effect. It Is
calomel with all of its beliefits retain
ed and its mupleasant flualities remov
ed. One tablet at 'bedtime wit i a swal
low of water, th4at's all. No taste, no
gridPing, no salts, nor nausea. You
wake ill) ii the morining feeling like
a two-year old. bright, cheerful, ener
getic and with a hearty appetite for
breakfast. Kat what you please,-no
danger of salivation, Calotabs are so
entirely delightful to take and so
pieasant in effect that your druggist
offers to refund the price as a guar
antee that you will be delighted with
For your protection Calotahs are
sold only in original sealed packages,
price thirty-five cents. At drug stores
-g, sle de me iu
~ Teuiful dk
pi'ie light is .
Omart. iow bhst
.kirt: in splelnd
- tujink ('outil iit$.
D0 GE BRDTHER5
Dodge Brothers like to think that thousands of sol
diers who saw its wonderful work at home and in
France will make the name or their car more than
ever a household word.
It was the only car of its type and class officially
adopted by the War Department for the United
IT WILL PAY YOU TO VISIT US XND EXAMIME 71I--AR
Price $1085 F. 0. B. Detroit
The gasoline consumption is unusually low.
The tire mileage is unusually high.
Palmetto Auto and Accessori Company
Dodge Brothers Cars and Oldsmobiles
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- Have Changed the Meaning of the
No longer (do women look upon a corset as an
article of wearing apparel to be endured in a
martyrdom of Fashion. The front lace princi-)
pie, as perfected in Frolaset Corsets, has -
changed all that.
esigning of the foremost masters in the front lace field enable women of
ures to enjoy in Frolaset Corsets the smartest new lines of Fashion in
1. Wear Frolaset Corset and the word "corset" will take on an entirely
new meaning to you.
odel No. 6754N, for
Igures; low bust with__________________________
deC, at $8.50.
Alodel No. 38-18, has
toddNo. 0'~jLaurens, S. C.
d jorsety wit og