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* IsDDLES OLD FIELD NEWS. T
Riddles Old Field, 'May 19.-The
farmers are very anxious -to get busy
after so much rain. "General Green"
is losing no time.
The health of the community is very
good at present.
Mrs. H. A. 'Holcombe fell Friday
and is now suffering with a bruised 4
Mlrs. Sophia Benson died Alay 14th,
after suffering for months 'with
Mr. J. A. Britton has recently lost
two of his mules.
Mrs. Dixon 'Putnam visited her sis
ter, Mrs. Ike Willis recently. Mrs. I
Willis is in declining health.
Mr. and Mrs. Fowler Burns, Mr. and
Mrs. S. E. Riddle. also Miss Leatha I
Williams were the dinner guests of t
sliveial loth1i I) S11leI of Pali1111
n ilts $7.!k iti 'iP.!NIt. OS ibe~r
The antd H)"e
'Ilattiimordl, worn ie verywhere., F
11asts at $2.09 u p to $41.30
t0e to I'8(
Ir. and Mrs. H. C. Garrett Stunday.
Mr. J. D. Williams and family, of
sanford, were guests at the home of
ira. Williams' parents, Sunday, 1r.
nd M\rs. W. L. Garrett.
E. 1. Riddle and family were visi
ors at J. M. Todd's Sunday.
We are sorry to report the illness
f Mrs. Jasper -Martin, who Isn't im
oving very fast.
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COLD POINT NEWS. *
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Cold Point, May 19.-If anyone
vants any "General Green" plants
!old Point farmers can supply them.
Mr. Byon Nicholls was over from
leIton 'Monday demonstrating the
Alberty cotton chopper.
.Irs. J. Guy 'Brown and children, of
itowah, Tenn., are spending some
ime with relatives here.
$1.00 25e 1
i .iIII Z' on .2.18 Keep Cool ),
s .8 vu'OIJ
Wake upj $1.15
J. C. Burru
iip to $O4.89
nWE BEAT TI
~ J.C. BI
No. 1 Store 210 Wei
Mr. Jim W. Hloyd and daughter, Mrs.
13. .U. Broadway, of Summerton, are
visiting Mrs. Q-. L.. Leake.
Miss Eloise lass of Mefla, Texas,
is spending some time here before
leaving for her new home at Kilma
-Mrs. T. ). Bass is at home from
Ekoni, her school closing F:'Xay.
MIr. Mace .Langston, J. D. lunter
and daughter, Louise, of Barksdale,
spent Sunday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. E. L. Leake.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Coleman, of near
Laurens, visited relatives here Sun
The picnic at Mt. Pleasant Saturday
was enjoyed by a .good crowd.
lt. Pleasant school closed a suc
uessful term Friday.
Mr. Ware -Madden wont to Green
wood Sunday to see his brother, Mr.
Mirs. Duff Stone, of Laurens, visited
)NEY - TA
11 A1.9s .\ifty SIuitS for i the
4) SO.)'S E TO
S& Co.'s Two Big,])
$1.91i to $6.:9
.,White, lilack andii Tani.
IE WORLD ON C
ECIAL MAY S.
st Laurens Street; No. 2
Mrs. Geo. Chapman Sunday.
Mr. Ed. D. Chapman, of Cross Hill,
visited his brother, Mr. Gus Chapman
Mrs. J. W. McGuinn, after spending
some time with relatives here, has
gone to her new home in Charlotte, N.
Mr. Will Crisp, of Mountville, spent
last Sunday afternoon with Mr. Tom
Mr. 0. C. Duncan took a little ride
Sunday for he first time since .Novem
ber. His health doesn't. improve. We
hope the ride will do him good.
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Farksdal,, May 1I.-Mr. and Mrs. W.
H. Baldwin and little daughter, Agnes,
were visiting JMr. and Mrs. IEarl
Knight of the Narnie section Sunday.
LLKS -- HE
15e to 5(
Soft Sole for
lHIys $:3.9' toi $1 i.511 5e up ti
W, MONEY TAI
k ('anps, 7511 lip to (1(
Ps 25c tin I5e
[ER PEOPLE'S SMi
Busy Stores in Laur
$l.19 to $3.50
White andi llack,
ALE GOING C
Store Northside of Sque
Miss Eva Bolt, of the Tylersville
conununity, is spending awhile with
her sister, Mrs. Maude Bprksdale.
Mr. and Mrs. W. iI. Barksdale and
family and Mrs. W. A. Garrett, mo
tored to Greenwood yesterday to visit
Mrs. Clato Butler, of Laurens, spent
the week-end with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. 11. H. Butler.
Mr. Alton Baldwin spent Saturday
and Sunday with -his sister, Mrs.
Ralph Martin, of Dials community.
GREENWOOD BAR ACTS.
C. C. Featherstone Unanimously In.
dorsed for Judge.
Greenwood, Way 11.-At a meeting
of the Greenwood bar this afternoon
C. C. Featherstone -was unanimously
indorsei for the position of federal
Judge for the Western bistrict of
South Carolina made, vacant by the
death of Judge Joseph T. Johnson.
2.e to S9e
> ic to ISe
9~e to $3.50,I
ens, S. C.
~re in Burns Block.
D)LESMAKER DOING IEU BIT.
"Since I was a-child, I have suffer
ed with stomach trouble and gastric
attacks. Doctors could only give me
temporary relier. A lady '1 sewed for
told me of having been cured of sim
ilar trouble by -taking Mayr's Wonder
ful Ilemnedy. -Tho first dose proved
to be that it would cuiro me and it has.
I am glad to reco tfiend it to other
sufferers." It i a simple, harmless
preparat lo tl aremoves the catarthal
mucus fra intestinal tract and
allays the / ifammation which causes
practicall 0 all stomach, liver and in
testhifal Ailments, including appen
dicitIs. One dose will convince or
ioney refunded. The Laurens Drug
Co. and Druggists everywhere.
Habitual Constipation Cured
in 14 to 21 Days
"LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a specially
prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitual
Constipation. It relieves promptly but
shoilld be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days
to induce regular action. It Stimulates and
Regulates Very Pleasant to Take. 60c
li0i upl to ilie yardn
r1.98 to $3.i8
kan eoget ('es,
COAnT noL 2 I