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* LISBON NEWS. *
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Mr. Frank Nelson and family have
moved into our neighborhood.
Farm work is going right along
these days. Sole little cotton seed
have been planted and corn that was
planted in 3iarch is up to a stand.
From all indications the spring will
be very much eat licr this time; the
woiods look like tlhe la.t of May The
-rain that ntle last week helped ev
ry thin on the faris. The first plait
ing .)f coltol ste(l is sprouiting and
will m)4)1 lie out of tihe ground. The
farm is Ia te preparing fot a big corn
crop -his timeiv. also sorghutn, pens nd
plen:y of hogs. \'ery near every faim
liy in this settlentent has a brood
sow aid raising his own pigs. This
date last yea r. .\lr. loore. witi N. 13.
Dial's bel p. was shipping hogs from
Tettnesse for breedi4(ting purposes. To
day the fariners are shipping fron this
(coltty to other tuarkets.
.\lt,. Frank Sproutse has been v'ery
sick. bit we ate glad to state that he
is illich better.
. IMrs. i'li/a l' ler is soie heter
after 1)4,in I er m,,VtTY ItchII ind 1is.post'd.
.1. T. A. llow is verty mcih a
rt ;ple thee' dlays, not aide to ttiun
his 0w,. ve the horsi 1 is b'eing plo w -
ed all right.
\\. SeeI Ita thi lt nihele uu
has ..:Mne OVer1 the topJ inl 'nion,. andI
we fI14 hop th t l"1atrens counlty Will fol
liit. W'e feel sorry for those peo
pl. and tritst that they, as well as otih
or nations. will Let sutlicietil suppliets.
Mr. and irs. lyde T. Franks and
chilhIrtn called to see theitr aunt. .\rs.
iailew. who has been very sick with
a painafl arini for several days.
.s .Mlargar'et Futlleri. a dlaughter,.
o1f . A. 1. Fullher. is making li'r
hoenf with her auntt. lrs. it. .1. Snith.
.lr. and Mts. 1V. P. Milai spent last
Sund11(ay with thl-iIt tuloher and brothl
C)":r su:-ervisor. leihn 1). W . W atts.
i : kng wOmD1 rfulstride all o)verl
,h' *nntV il til way if rd roads.
\\' an B Ir from different sectionls
of !, voinnty ti:at Mr. Watts. Mr.
Itnk11;s ni h iIlami and Itlhose that are
ltoktin' after thelt chain ns, are do
in 'verything possible to get t Ie
roads inl first-elass tondiiion to please
ilhe mlost hiumble person. and We feel
satisfietd if .\I'. Watts can get the help
he needs in Ihe way of labor, that Ie
is officient and will do lis, whole duty
and that Ltatiens couity roads will he
second to none in the State of South
('arolina. .\lr. Watts works in his of
fire and then he gets out about t welve
o'clock and carries dinner to the hired
hands. who are helping to get tie
r'oadr1s itn proper sha pe. WVe want good
rol.., if it takes more taxes, let it
el h. That is one reason that Frrn-o
did( Iuch grlool ftighting-hecautse thiley
lad ood roloads.
Bewaire of Coui rfeits!
Some' !' ar akumii Powder.
"Bayer 'Tabets of Aspirin."
nii l.n 'al C (olds
Proved Safe byMillis.
,,ve SA by uyllons.
onl genniiutt'- F
Talblete '\ R~~I1.g'
"Bayer Tahble. of Annirin."
TO TWELVE HlOURS
Provislois Not Applicable to Charles.
ton, Some Oppose Measure, Be.
cante Law Yesterday with Signature
Columbia, April 17. - Governor
Cooper yesterday signed the act pass
ed at the recent session of the general
assembly limiting to 12 the number
of hours a day firemen inay be em
ployed in cities of from 10,000 to 55,
000. Because of this latter designated
figure, Charleston does not come with
in the provisions o the act.
City oillcials who violate the provis
ions of the act are subject to a fine
of no. less than $100 nor more than
$500, or to ilprlisolnlent of not less
tluiti :0 days 11or more than six
Stroig pressuire was brought on
Governor Cooper by Greenville. Spar
tauhnhrg and Andersoti not to sign the
Only two other acts of the last gen
eral assetnbly await ftinal disposition.
One of these would require telegrapith
adil t elephtoneQ C0111oec Llmaies to tnsimiillit
messages over the most direct routes
andl thus eliniinatte the customu of often
t'eliy ing through remote olllees and
not by th1e most direct route. It has
been suiggested in differenit ui'arters
t 1hat the act Is uincollstititiolal. and
it is likely that Governor ('ooper will
call oi tie attoriney general for an
opinion before making a fitial decis
Off Comes Corn
in One Piece
"Ge.i ,-l I ea'es Toe is Sinooth ais
the l'alt of Yoir lind.
Thr'solly o110 corti1 retniedy inl
tin' w i 1 1.1hat Peels cotiS aIld cal
loes<Mlike a banlana pvcl, atid thi:llt's
''( os-li". For' walkers and an r,
fi sioppers and dancers, t here's im
Put-" drop.e of "G('eM-ft" on, nnd metnie
Illedilate relief from n corn pains and a
quick tinish for any corn or callus.
"Gets-It" is applied ill two or three
sconlds. 'Ihere's n1o work, no fussy
plasters, no wrapping of toes. "Gets
It" (ri, s inl a secon( or two. That's
all. .\s 'asy to utse as signinug your].
niliut. h'le corn loosis froln lte truile
tliesl an(I you heel it right off with
Yi-r tlingers while you wonder at the
sight ati sille. Thait's why "Gets-It
is the lt, gtst selling corn-retn'iedy in
ili worldi t1ay.'. i'e cornii-free at last.
b c-1: arn-reinove.% Htn- only1 .Sure-1
wy assbut a Itrifle at ally d1r I g
)ore. .\l'ti by ':. I 'awrence & Co..
I t'i.o Ill.
I litr ialin ('t .:-; tIren i~t'irugl~ Co.~
1IA('ti 111031 FI'ltNE
4 nett iThtoui nti 4ne ofL~0 l-'enthe (retd Sol
ie rs iol 3i any Veteranm is of lnt -
New Ytork, .\tril ls.- l'igeon C'on
patny No. I, which rtti uned today Oin
ihe tranlsplort Ohioan, brought I ,000
iaes ot' ft'at ht-re filghters, muany of
Ilu' veter'ans. Theii latter included~
11u1 pi 'tils ia ptlurid ftrain te (G r
ciauis awiilisme oft thetise hitun flyer's
b iittihi ttaeetoi-l e k thu iticistc e -
tega s ihe bord, wh(ni taten is-he
tiiltihanie by04 tles ierst hmosed
.O it lii pro 'st i t of fo it'hiir ':m herr oW -
>i o ttIl)'',.e es mis
il. jc /it ' n t'd2 boti - w tithit a hat'l
niend.uon th r itlhedisetainu wits tsev
ce wros iftct Atvi wia bae lic'st
irii antd ai' hitlet a on tie hbrgest
tut e t' tsh Itd tio thect t sard' "h tr
p ill itoin hr,' wit Itpice up wtithd as
.shtra whih~ .' it throngh'a har
rage,~(ti thec'tinigtl it ma
1r was 'insne.'At cbail oita
General l'orsh'ig -t n o e h
ird:n odrdta h ihs
* MADDEN NEWS. *
Madden, April 1-.-The congrega
tion at Prospect had the pleasure of
hearing Rev. CI e. Vermillion Sunday
afternoon, the pastor of our neighbor
Ing churches, 'Mt. Pleasant and Blnav
erdam. This was the first time we
had heard him. All expressed pleasur,
and proflt from his sermon from the
text: "For the preaching of the Cross
is to them that perish foolishness but
unto us which are sound it is the
power of God." A sermon like that
is ever helpful anld Is what the world
of today needs. We shiall look forward
to having this young preacher again
with great pleasure.
We are glad to report the family of
Mr. Coggins better of the flue and
hope they will sooni he up and out
Mr. P. If. Martin is not so well, his
friends will be sorry to hear. 'Dr. Vin
cent has been called to see him.
.\trs. .1. I. Filley spent the day
with her sister, 'Mrs. If. C. Cuining
hamu Sunday and in ithe afternoon they
called on Mr. and .l Ms. P. 11. Martin.
The young people or Ihe 1. Y. P. 1'.
had a pound supper at the home o.
Miss Grae Finley Saturday night. A
very e.jo tite was Spent.
.\Ir. and r.. Percy Finley and chil
d(ren and v. 'essie Marlin were the
glest s Sit I ay of tirv(1 parents, .\Mr.
and] \.\rs. .1. 11. Finley.
We are sorry to report Veterans .1.
I. Finley and 0. G. Thompson have
hoti been on the sick list and neither
wr(et(' able to be at services Suiday af
t'I'noon. We hope both are -better.
.\Mrs. Laee langsonl anid sister, M'rs.
Ot'h elia Milam spent Tuesday Withi
their sister Mrs. Essit Atkins of ('linl
Thle wtritr ist uStnder obiligationts to
.ltrs. Mary Allison for a recent kind
.\liss lietti' Wofford. of Woodrutff.
who hans hein visit ing in Newhverr'y.
wIs a guest of her- uncle .1. A. Wof
fotr! Friday. She was delighted that
her br-other. .1. .1. Wofford hadl arriv
eI -afetly from overseas and would be
No matter what
ticular figure, tI
the perfected fro
will give you the
D0 hm~re thall His
laset Front Lacir
for sout I h ues; ot -
fu ikCi, o
at home to greet 'her when she ar
A letter lies before me from one who
has just soen "Magnolia Garden" in
Charleston, for the first time and the
writer was delighted with its wealth of
beauty. Two globe trotters were
in the same car going out and they too
were loud in praises of the beauty.
They had been in Japan in cherry
blossome time and when chrysanthe
munis were in bloom. Neither could
coipare with. Magnolia Gardens. Tru
ly with us all "Distance lends enchant
ment to the 'view".
Friends of Miss Azile Wofford who
is still in Washington will be interest
ed to know that she is to spond her
Easter with her brother, eadet J. A.
Wofford at West Point.
Mr. John Bolt of Laurcns was at
clhirch Sunday afternoon. He was
cordially greeted by his iny friends
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