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* LISBON NEWS.
Lisbon, May 4.-The Lisbon school
had an lee cream supper and a cake
walk for the beinefit of the school
building Friday night, and realized
quite a nice little sum. Those who
had the pleasure of being present
had the time of the by-gone days of
ld 'and Iecolkl2tions when Halley
boys. the Smih boys and their sisters,
tihe Teague boys and sisters, L2. C.
Wharton and sister, and others we
MIl 11e1ntion not so many years back
1tal melarried an1d tlovedi ott from
lisbon) to .laoll, Tanpa, hftalo, New
York. Wasihinguton, Atlanta and many
otheri places that we could mention.
Alnd Ihat mIk(es u's think that not a
sinlgh '.6ne of them but what is doing
well. isb 11fol is a Spot on the wall to
COMI( lre with' some places, bit we
a fran lk to say that there are fow
boys ad 11(ri . iwith the cha nces that
tie Lishon hoys ald girls, lave dlone
iuite a! well, el S0111 of the are
getting from $i00.0) per monthlI to
$1')1 111011ti. So laisbon is not
a bad ba lace to raise elIiIdreln.
.flc' all. we tarniers are about
tilroliuchi pilant itlg cottotn seed. The
cotton1 is (oming upl) fairly good ill
We noticed in tihe )aily Ulnion
Titns where a farmer from Pea llidge
welit to the station with his lirld
mn anlid got. one toll of soda. Oti lie
way hiote te hired tan was smok
in. it e dropped some fire on tl' soda
ar( it ignlited. burnled till all I1he sod1a,
the wagon 11and Caml11e very near burn- -
Il u11ip the 11111les. We wanted to mn ii
tion this because we called the fact
to MIr. Mioore's at tent ion when we Were
halingiili out our11 soda ithat a lired man
!\as smlokiig ill the cal withii several
lon1s of soda. Soill things lappen he
('ause I;lople dol') knlow hl e dang.
'Th .\ll m.1111 boys3 hal a very valuable
111111 illed by ightning last I'lcs
Little Slybilla .\lilail 111 beeli very
ill. ht we arc' glad to report thlat :.h)
is much lbetter.
.\lr. Prank Sprouse and his family
ar1- iusi gettig over the fill, we are
glad to state.
Capt. Clarence Smith spent a few
days with his imotller last. week.
.1udge .1. N. Wright, of Laurens, and
Lie'it. John Wright, who has ijust re
turiled from France, slpent last Thurs
day with tile -Milain boys.
.liss Kate hlolmes has been called
to Greenville to ntrse her- lincle, Rev.
N. .1. ilolime's, who is very siek. Ills
many friends at this place are very
anxiouis about him.
Caroll 'and tLawrence Wt'eague, of
Tampa, visited their aunt, .\lrs. J. T.
A. Hallew, last week.
Girls! Make beauty lotion for
a few cents--Try it!.
Sqlueeze the .icie of t wo icemons in
to a bottleIc containing three ounces of
Orchlard white, shlake well, and you
hlave a dinater' ii of the~c best freckle
antd tan lot ion, and 'ompltlexion beauti
tier, at very, very smlall (cost.
Y our grtocert has th11e lemons and any
drug store or toilet counter' will su-.
thy Itree 4)1unces of or'chfartd wItec fcor
ai few ect s. M.\assage Ihis sweetly fra
liat jIon 0 in to the face, neck.,armls
acn d hland s cach clay anld see ho0w
frecklc's anld blemttishes disatppear and
hlow ele(at', soft ailnd rosy-whtite tlhe
skmi' he 'ome1s. Ycs! It is hle ~lcss
CHICH ETER S PILLS
( (eIt '"ca crs liarno,"n"d*
Pil4lsin Rd 4 andI Jo1ld mnetattcy~j
th .di I tlu P1 I .
IAt~y. NDEAs N l,,. ror 25
years known as liest, afest, At ways Relliabte
SOLD BY DRUG 'ISTS EVERYWHERE
THE CAUSE Of
A Constitutional Remedy
That Wes Guarantee
Lagrange, N. C.'-"For years 1I
suffered with a chrofaic cough, so
could not sleep nights and continued
to lose flesh. My druggist asked me
to try Vinol. It cured my cough, I
can sleep nights and have gained
twelve pounds. Vinol Is the best'
tonic and tissue builder I have evei'
taken."--W. D. Ren, Lagrange, N. C.
We guarantee Vinol for chronic
coughs, colds and bronchitis. Not a
patent medicine. Formula on every
bottle. Your money back if it fails,
Fior saic by LAUR1IDNS DRUG CO. and
GLASS APPEALS TO
Strong Plea Made by Secretary of
Treasury for Success of Victory
Loan. Only One More Week of Cam.
Washington, May 4.--With sub
scriptions to the Victory Liberty Loan
lagging to a greater extent than In
any of the four previous loan cam
paigns, Secretary Glass tonight at the
beginning of the third and closing
week of the drive sent to all campaign
committees a strong appeal for a final
effort that would not only raise but
exceed the minlimm quota of $1,500,
'he treasury today received no of
fleial reports oil subscriptions but on
the basis of subscriptions tabulated
last night slightly more than one-third
of the minimum quota has been raised
Unollicial reports received today were
said to indicate that at the outside not
more than four-n intls of the loan has
Ollicial fitgures for the various stages
of the fiIst and second lhiberity lani
are lacking, but the best available in
formation was said to indicate that on
tile eve of the final week more than
fourc-n intIs of tihe loall had been tak
en in each drive. In the third loan
campaiigni at the start of the final week
t wo-thbirds of (lhe total h1d been sub
scrield anld at. the begi nn i ng of the
third 1week of tie last. loan1 calipaignl
about three billion dollars or one-lialf
the total h1ad 1en raised.
Tota11 subscriptions oticially re
ported in the Vietory campaign total
$1,57,979,35-o). To reach tile minhim m
(11uota slightly more than $.t00110,0.0)
must he raised daily beginning tomor
row and elding Sa turday Iighkt.
Treasury officials, however, were
not pessimistic tollight. The work of
the final week, because of the rta
tivevly poor showing thus far, will be
centered onl what onle campaign di
re1t01 teC rled "bi g m0oliey". However,
it was said that ill th1e desire to oh
tainI the (ounry' t lyS 11nota tilrough so
livitation fromt banks, manufactutring
and indtustrial and othier initerests; the
portion of tile nat ioll's population able
to buy Victory notes ill small
amouits would not 'be overlooked.
Tle final week o' tile campaign is
expected to see an interesting race be
tween districts for tie honor of )eillg
the first "over the top". St. Lolis,
which twonl this honor In the fourth
Liberty loan campaign, was leading to
iight with lapproximately (sixity-flvc
per cent of its quota subscribed. Its
nearest competitor on the face of of
ficial rettirns, was the Mlinneapoli
(tistrict with approximately fifty-threc
per cent. lie Chicago district witl
fifty per* ceit of its quota subscribed
may give the1 leaders a close race.
Lanifor'd, May' 4.-We were gladi t<
Ilave 0111 beloved pastor, Rev. .1. RI
Williams again withl 11s Saturday and
Sunday, liftr h'i'ls long aabsence. 11 is
sermuions did us. goodi and nmade us5 ap
preciate Is woirth all 1the more afteCl
m1issing him so tong and realizing
whlat his4 sermionis meant to tus.
We ar e' (xpectinlg a woman's mlis
si01nary3 service Thulllrsday aft err "on,
ilev. Williams will be here' to1 maike a
tal1k andl it. is hloped that aL good at
endance will be liresenit.
Thel man1111y Irends of i. WV. D). hat
Ieso wl0l~ il IbI ple'ased to k now tha 11t hie
was abtle to lbe (lit at lhe serice.s Sun
day13 mornI'ling, and11 ho0pe he ill 01n
tinuie to limprlove and lie entirely well
Th'le ihuuralI improremnent associationl
i give a play at the school house
Piridaiy night, after whiich they swIll
Ie ice (1reaml. [t is hopedl wve will
have a gocid crowdl to ('ncollrage thle
ladlies in thieir effor'ts In trying to hiel p
Itie schiool. A~ ver'y 51amall mission
wlill be cha11rgedl..
Mr's. Amlos Iliies and~ little daugh
ter, of C'oluia, are here on a visit
Mr'. Ilier fliggins, of Buffalo, and
he teacher., Miiss Black, weire visitors
Mr. 110y' DeoShields and Mliss Grace
DeShlields vlsi ted Miss Nannlesbanfor'd
Raturd'(ay evenIng, whlo is at home
riom school suffeing with a vaccinat
Mr. anid Mirs. J1. 'W.-Johnson and Mr.
D. ID). C!ox went to Greenville SnturlI
lay afttrnoon. 'lTiey wItnessed a game
BIr. C. L. Wauhlrp has a very sick
aonw. 'Thle veterinary sur'geon fr'om
WVoodr'uff, -Is treating it.
0O1r bioys ai'e still retulrning. .\ttr
Clyde DoShilelds has handed and is
itt Camup .Jaekson and will soon be at
home wIth hIs par'ents. Mr. Baxter
D~e~lhelds, of Spairtan-buurg, went to
('olumbla Saturd'(ay to see 1him1.
Mr., andl Mrs. Jloe '11. WIlliams iwent
to Greenville to spend the week-end
with thelir ,sisters, (Mrs. Terry andl
Mrs. Erent Gault at. Fatmtiin Inn.
Mrs. W. Y. Williams, of Youngs,
visited her sister, :Mrs. J. B. Williams
Miss Carrie Lou Higgins has taught
a very successfil school in Spartan
burg county and will have its closing
next week. Miss Higgins has provei
her efficiency and will attend the sum
mer school at lav i 1-1111 this suininer.
t~irs. J. R. Pattvison is stilli -V!!I her
mother, 31rs. Nannie MXartin, who con
tinues very ill.
Mrs. 0. F. Fowler visited Mrs. Don
Burns at Barksdale last week.
Mr. and 11rs. J. '1. DeShields spent
Friday afternoon in 4Laurens.
Mrs. Gaines ana daughters, of Spar
tan1burg visited Nirs. B. F. Bomar Frl
Mr. and 3'Ars. 0. C. Cox and family
visited Mr. J. .1. De-hields andl fam
Mts. Mary Parson is very slec.
tMr. and Ilrs. A. G. Parson visited
their sister, Mrs. Will Hluiter, last
Friday at Laurens.
Pitas Cred it 6 to 14 Days
Druggists refund money if PAZO OINTMENT fali
to curo Itchug, 31ind. ,iceding or Protruding Piles.
lnatnntly relieves Itching Piles. nnd you can get
restful sleep after the first applicatiou. Price 0.
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'Narnie, May 5.-The farmers are
very busy with their work. We have
been receiving nice April showers.
Most of the farmers are ready to start
Our Sunday school at (arnie is pro
gressing nicely with large attendance.
Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Avery and Mr.
and Mrs. Z. C. Craddock and children
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C.
Y. Craddock 'Sunday. (Mrs. Z. C. Crad
dock and children sepcnt the week-end
with the Jatter's parents, M'r. and
Mrs. C. Y. Craddock.
Mr. and Mrs. Atmar Burton were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Nel
Mr. Rex Patterson, of the navy, was
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wal
ter Reid, recently.
We are glad to know that. C. C. Crad
dock is expected home at an early date
from New York. lie was one of the
first to go overseas with tihe engineers
amd we all rejoice with his parents
for his arrival.
LAURENS DRUG CO.
Calomel Today! Sick Tomorrow!
I Guarantee Dodson's Liver Tone
Dou? lake nasty, dangerous calomel when bilious,
constipated, headachy. Listen to me I
i Caloniel salivates! It's mercury. your liver and straighten you
|Calomel acts like dynamite on a better and quicker than nasty caul
sluggish liver. W.hen calomel comcs iel and without making you sick,
into contact with sour bile it crashes you just go back and get your money.
Xnto it,causing cramping and nausea. If you take calomel today you'll be
If you feel bi >us, headachy, con- sick and nauseated tomorrow; be
stipated and all nocked out, just go sides, it may salivate you, While if
to ypur druggist and get a bottle of you take Dodson's Liver Tone yoe
Dodson's Liver ' one for a few cents will wake up feeling great, full of
which is a bar.,less vegetable sub- ambition and ready for work or
stitute for dangerous calomel. Take play. It is harmless, pleasaft and
a spoonful and if it doesn't start safe to give to children: thelikv i ;
Shoes, Oxfords, Dresses, Ready-to-wear
NEW YORK SAMPLE SHOE STORE
Come in and see the Big Values we are now' offering
on Big Spring and' Summer Stocks.
They Can't be Beat.
American Girl Shoes Dress Goods Department
The best shoe on the market
for the money. Regular price Lai S t $00vu
of these Shoes $7.00 and $8.00. Ladies'House Dresses, ser
Our Price $5.00 viceable and cheap at 1.48
Other Low Quarters, would Ladies' House Dresses, a
be good values at $5.00 and
$6.00. Ladies' House Dresses, hard
OurPrie $.98to beat at the price 2.98
_______________________Beautiful Georgette Waists
Ladies' White Shoes, fine $7.00._valuenow_-4.95
workmanship and style. Can't HOSIERY
be beat for the money. Our line of Hosiery is varied
$1.50, $2.00 and $3.49 and stylish. Ask to see the lat
est offerings in these.
Children's Shoes, hard to beat 2Ladies' Silk Hose, $1.00
values - - 50c
at any price.
Men's Silk Hosiery $1.00
Our price $1.50 Values 50c
MEN' EMRSONS SOESMEN'S AND BOYS' SUITS
MEN'S EMERSON'S SHOES
Thes Shos ad Oxord are2~2Men, don't fail to look over
These Shoes and Oxfords are
the equal of any on the market - ou Me' oys suis
at anywhere near the regular and sold the same. way. We
price, which is $10.00. Our give you the benefit of our
prcg et - - -$t.
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and ear he eautfulmusi of he amouElinoale and ti cheapat to4
listen toithis mdernephonograph
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