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OWEN BROS. MARBLE
& GRANITE CO.
Dealers in everything foil the ceme
The largest and best equipped men
t umental mills In the Carolinas.
GREENWOOD, - S. C.
LA11TIENS1I DIUG CO.
With inferior oil, or oil of incorrect grade or "body"
for your motor, will show first signs on "heavy" roads, or
going up hill. Your engine gets red hot; expansion takes
place; your engine busks, and grunts and knocks lik'o sin,
and you've got to "grind" up the hill in low gear.
Then you "get sore" and say things not found in reli
gious publications, and all the while the fault is primarily
yours; because you weren't specific or concerned in what
sort of motor oil you were using.
If you'll always "oil up" with "GREEN FLAG" you're
going to get the longest wear and the groatest service and
the most pleasure out of your car.
The following well-known and reliable dealers in this
county, are exclusive agents for "GREEN FLAG" MOTOR
OIL. It will pay you to go out of your way to reach one
of them, when you need motor oil.
E. W. FERGUSON, Clinton, S. C.
W. P. HUDGENS, Laurens, S. C.
in each package.
* The biggest
4 i valuelin
you can pos
A BENEFIT to teeth.
breath, aP~etite and
The price Is 5 cenits.
Lasts - '
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* LANFORD NEWS. *
Lanford, May 19.-We enjoyed hear
Ing the echoes from the Southern
'Baptist Convention as told by our
pastor, Rev. J. R. Williams, Sunday
afternoon. It was all inspiring and
good. We were glad he and Mrs. Wil
hlams both attended- and feel sure it
will be lots of good for them and
Bro. W. D. Patterson was able to be
out at church and on time as usual.
We appreciated his little casual re
inlder of our wonted promptness at
'Ihe Messrs. Cunningham of Lang
ston and family were guests of Mir. W.
D. 'atterson and attended serv ices
We are glad to report the safe ar
rival home of another one of our
bovs from overseas, Mrl. Clyde De
Sh ields. ' It Is interesting to hear himInc
talk and tell of some of his experi
Miss 01hello Johnson and her
frieml. Aliss Weston, fromc Spartan
burg, spent the week-end with her
fat hlie, N\Mr. H. 3\. Johnson.
.\Mrs. T. A. Crow is having sonic
troulible with her eyes. 'She and Ir.
Crow ,went to Greenville Satilday for
IDr ('a ren ter to treat tihem.
Dr. Wailey and famcily werei the
guests of Mr. T. A. 'Drummondl Sun
NI rs. Fowler has closed her school at
Central and they had a very onjovable
pienie Saturday. A fine address by
R L. I. N. ennedy and special music
by the school children.
Nlisses liarksdale and M\ason closed
their school Friday. The children all
enjoyed the day on the creck and
were treated to a ride and refresh
Miss Mason returned to her home
near Troy Saturday morning.
Mliss llarksdale left Saturday mcorn
Ing for Laiulriens.
.ilr. and Mirs. Walter Odelle and lit
tie da urh1t er, of Atlanta, (;a.. are vis
itin their m10other. Airs. E'thel Lan
111is. J. S. T iggilns left Weudnesday
inornin for a visit to her brotliers
andl son in West Point and ColIiibius,
\lr. Yat-ez Wah dlIIp of Wofford ('ol
li'2. sil the week-end with Iis pa
elts. .ll'. and ls. '. L. Walrep.
-Ir. .\. L. uirniett Ii s houlht a
lIrs. Nainie Mar' tn e i
ill. Sht has a a 1i4'd 'nrs wit 'er
iwrinwood. are visiling" NIr. W. A.
'Thom1s.; ald faitily.
Ni.. Cliv ie h'lomlas was in 1town a
ii rday iinilig ar11ouni(I n h is Imotor'
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ilabun. .\ay' I19.-.-\iessrs. Jiohn Wolff
anmd Le~onard'i Abe l mie arelli i.1 itical
13' ill at this writing.
Mirs. I ora 11abb, of IEden. spenlt last
week wit h Mi's. Stewar't Mtlhon.
.NIiss IEdna Owens, after spending
several days with riiela tives in Green
Pond, returned home Sunday.
Messrs. 'Tully llabb and Diennis Ow,
enls attended t' State Convention In
Atlanta last week.
.\ir. -Smith J1. 'Mart~In visited his
molCther' near Warrior' Creek, last wveek,
who is very sick.
Mi's. Janie Owens spent Wednesday
with .\irs. Florec(e League.
i. and .\rs. George hlabb spent
Wed nesdlay and T1huiirsday with Mr.
and Mirs. Chli i labb, of Merna see..
Mr's. ilza Mahon and 'Miss Mar'ie
.\ahion visited Mi's. Dor'a lHabb, of
iEden section, Wednesday.
Miss Vassey, of Spar'tanbur'g, after
sp~endin'g oine week with Mir. and Mt's.
Stewat t Alahion i'ret'rneud to her home
A numbher of 01ur young people at
ended thle Chiauct auciu a ait Laurens
Mlr. and .\ilis. Sloan Mahon visitedi
Mir. and Mirs. Jlohn Wolff of Sh iloha sec
Mi'. Jiohnc olt, of Ware Shoals,
spent Suniday with Mr. WJIl IHolt.
1'p~cial styIon repairing ail
makei~s of i ci omobile Radla
- o~rs. We ake thvm as good
as nrw. e~ al.do repair fen'
ders, tanks and' make racing
seats. Ship us ',our radiators.
I N PSCOUNT TO DEAEASLERS
W.R.IHartin & Bro.
I1815 Mlaini St..Columbia5AS..
* W. M. U. QUARTEILY MEETING. *
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Quarterly meeting of Second Divi
sionl of W. MI. U. will meet with Chest
nut .Ridge 'Church, June 7, 1919.
10:30-Devotional by Mrs. II. Ilaydock.
Greetings-Miss Melle George.
Response-Aliss "Marie Mahon.
Roll Call-Verbal reports of work.
State Missions, the Expression of True
!Patriotism:-'-Mrs. Graves Knight
and Mrs. John Bagwell.
Co-operation with Colored People In
the Work.-Mirs. Guy Smith, AMrs.
C. 11. Roper and lrs. Calvin Cul..
Mountainl School Work.--.liss Alaggle
lelioes from Sotithern llaptist Coil
Our State l'lans.-NIrs. C. B. Bobo.
A pIoin I nenI of CoI In it tees.
Praise Servive.--Led by .Mrs. Laura
lHow Shall We .\rouse the Y. W. A. to
a Greater 'lealization of Their
Priviledges and liesponsibilitles in
the W. M. 1'. Work ?-Discussed by
tWiss Aviv Alahaffey and( Presi
dents of Y .W. A.'s in Second D
'le Place of t h. Trainin: School in
the ife of the Y. \ A-Mrs.
Conference of R. A. an1d Sunbeam
Ieadei.-Ld by Mrs. J. 1). W.
Watts and "Mrs. W. N. Austin.
Iteports of Comimittes.
Mirs. S. Ii. Templeian,
.\rs. T. N. IBarkisdale-.
MOTHER! YOUR CHILD '
RIS CROSS, FEVERISH,
' FROM CONSTIPATION
lI' tlngue1 is confted, br.41a1h had,41 Am
in(h sour, e (. th1111 er an hlollels.
Give "Califor'nia Syuipii of Figs" at
oicv --a t'aspoonlfI'll Iotay ofteni saves
a1 sick (child toinorrowv.
If y u Mli lo onile is out-of-sor'is, half
si'k. isn't r'siig, iat il. and a t ilng
naturally --look, .otht r: set if tolgiue
is coaled. Tils is a sire sign that its
tilt I' SiEiila(SIMI s(i~ a i gI Itl it,
litle tlomah, l ver n111d bvies are
clo....(d wih wasto. \\'hen cross, irri
labl. feverish. soa Ih :o(),I breatil
had mr hlas stonlmehl-ache,. diarrhoema,
sore trill oat, 1 llt of iol. tive a tin
;polful of "'ali'ornia Syrufp'i of Vi's"
and in a few ' oirs : '" 111th0 n lit
'Eloiion, 1tndigestled food a.1 h soulr bile
t ly maiovets out of its littlle(i howitls
witiout gripillg, and yoll ' a well,
glayfu111 ch11id agail.
.\lthr, cann resi easy aft;'r givinlg
Iis harmiless "friIt laxa; I g w b .
ouse it 83' verl fails to '': . tese the i it
it os t liver byd bowe; inI sweg.
'S h .oinanh .nd the dealy love
it pleaa aste Nul drecion fo
baii, Mhidry 1f allh ais and' for
lasrfw-las havne onaietah gret tl l
'Pi-e fhoolterfeiostig st ps.l
wit you a drie gisA t o ah botle wen hCar
wa s lmadle byfavtae "Caiterna nig
...~~' ere Pese.t.(ol... ,lia.
t.i. o . .terloo, .an..t iscn
ofedlay nunfin nhefar riandliness.
taIis Gra( nss as werylehely toer-run
thnngi ong. 'it ote lnos
11Thaet fcolba heresosed la', nridy
his sth a pei. Atoughi f 'thewters I i
apns h unfavorbe (Ilsing aluie
rw weepsn. Col.il 1( J.011.. Whar--I
iiimodrslst week.l-eaid n
tisssWon anti Auens lunty madr
seition.i~ lice iiae him manyl import- a 1(
wish poit liha t wilbe o astingt vlue.t
\ble J.ca I.e ane an so ,.. .,o
'iteponge peore visiting thoi old
neighbortsl ghi fallywentraie.a
Mlisse Wath'lffaytno Abrams leftfo
wasi thespetrctive homesto LMmrs. and
Ware Sholatls ,fr aternookn.dW
Mihfr. thn m Mrs :leasantr and rofi
The' yofuingopeo penoftheuda witmun
Mi's. Phyis Lather . M.teMc
l. alnel r, oSteweked
No Worms in a Healthy ChIld
All children troubled with worms have an un
healthy color, whIch IndIcates poor blood, and as a
rule, theroe Is more or less stomach disturbance.
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC gIven regularly
for two or thtre6 weeks will enrlch the blood, im
prove the dIgestion, and act as a General Strength
ening TonIc to the whole system. Nature will then
throw off or dIspel the worms, and the Child will be
in narrec hath. Plea.ant totak. Cao merbot..
in the en
,n s of can
L refund the
i paid for it.
he live stock in the
Is to be raised in
consumers of meat
i, most of the live
wo thousand miles
of the people who
n of food.
when live stock was
ery consuming cen
utcher could handle
f a .amals have to be
>f miles to millions of
ere on the way they
olved the problem.
its where the "live
neat haul" were in
e. They built up
its, branch houses,
,money and meat
a stockraiser bene
iarkets and higher
rner, in better meat
r grew, the packers
eak down. Because
;ize and efficiency,
7 is able to perform
rvice at a fraction of
npany. U. S. A.
Dr. Chas. A. Cron
- GA DUTE /.
VETERINARY SURG$ON & DEN
Service Day and jght
Char s Reason
Will Appreciate Your Patrone
Telephones: Residence 201; Off
Office at Posey's Drug Store
If after us:
you are n
in every .n
Two-thirds of t
United States h4
One-half of the
live in the Ba'st.
In other words
stock is one or i
distant from mosi
need it in the forr
Fifty years ago,
raised close to ev
ter, the country b
the job after a fas
But the job got
Now millions o
moved hundreds <
have to be turned
The packers e
They set up plat
haul" and the "r
the right balanc
They saved time
fited in better ni
prices; the consui
and lower prices.
As the countr'
had to grow, or b2
of Its present i
Swift & Compan:
its part in this se:
a cent per pound
Swift &~ Cor