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CIRLS! USE LEMONS
FOR SUNBURN, TAN
YVry it! Make this lemon lotion
to whiten your tanned or
S'ue'eze the juice of two lemons in
to a bottle containing three ounces of
Orchard White, shake well, and you
have a quarter 'pint of the best freckle,
sunhurn and tan lotion, and con plex
Ion whitener, at very, very small cost.
Your grocer has the lemons and any
(rug store or toilet countCr will sutJply
:ibree ounces of Orchard Whil e for a
few cents. Massage this sweetly fra
giant. lotion into the face, neck. arms
and hands and see how quickly the
fre'kle-, sunburn, windburn and tan
disappear and how clear, soft and
white the skin liecomcs. Yes! It is
LIFT CORNS OR
)osn't hurt' Lift any corn or
callus off with lingers
Don't suffer! A tiny bottle of Freez
one costs but a few cents at any drug
store. Apply a few drops on the
corns, calluses and "hard skin" on bot
tom of fret, thn lift them off.
When F"reezone removes corns from
the toes or calluses from the bottom of
feet, the sklin b<c neath Is left pink
nilo health ;ind( ntycr sore, tender or
liabitual Constipation Cured
in 14 to 21 Days
"LAX-1'( iS WITHI PEPSIN" is a specially
prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitual
Constipation. It relieves promptly but
should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days
to induce 1epulir acti,,n. It Stimulates and
Regulates Very P'!easant to Take. 60c
Mrs. F. M. Jones, of
Palmer, Okla., writes:a
"From the time I en
tered into womanhood
.* . I looked with dread
from one month to the
next. I suffered with my
back and bearing-down
pain, until life to me was
a misery. I would think
I could not endure the
pain any longer, and I
gradually got worse...
Nothing seemed to help
me until, one day, . ..
I decided to
The Woman's Tonic
" I took four bottles,"
Mrs. Jones goes on to
[say, "and was not only
geatly relieved, but can
-tuthfully say that I have
- not a pain...
"It has now been two
years since I took Cardul,
' nd I am still in good
-health. . . I would ad
vise any woman or girt
to use Cardul who Is a
r s ufferer from any female
If you suffer pain caused
from w-.maniy trouble, or
If you feel the need of a
good strengthening tonic
jobuild up yourrun-down
Isystem, take the advice
of Mrs. Jones. Try Car
dul. It helped her. We
believe it will help you.
" All Druggists
iDlepartment of Justico and Food Ad.
ministration lReach Agreenat. Will
levoke -LJcenses "'Whrener Proll
Washington, Aug. 21.-Active con
trol of sugar prices was resumed to
day by the government, through an
agreement reached by the deiartmient
of justice and the food administration
that licenses be revoked by the latter
when it is shown dealers have been
Sugar should reach the consumer at
approximately 11 cents ia pound, it was
announced, based on the ownership of
the entire domestic and Cuban crop
by the t'nited States sugar equaliza
l ion board, which is selling to refiners
at 7.28 cents a pound. Refiners are
undt'r contract with the board to sell
at 9 cents, less 2 per cent discount for
cash, wholesalers and jobbers are al
lowed a maxilm um of G8 (ents per 100
pounds for handling and retailers are
permitted a profit of 1 to 1 1-2 cents
per pound, making a fair price 11
cents except in cases where dealers
have purchased at an "unreasonable"
price, tne to ImI istluderstandling in
trade. Wllen this is a fact, a reason
able advance over the actual cost will
With the loulse ag riculturi al commit
tee's amendment for extension of the
powers of the food control act before
it, the house 'onight was prepared to
take action tomorrow on the amend
ment and 'hereby make its first exten
sive stmye toward beating down living
costs. The ain end meat, which was re
orted to the house today by a unani
ni us vote, includes retailet s among
Ihose liable unler the food (ontrO
CI , and its elnac'tmlent along with the
colltrol exe'rcis'. dover sugar, otlicials
believe, will do D citth to ecurtail pro
titeer'ing by litailers.
Sale of army subsistence Supplies
now in jprogress will cover virtually
the ('little surplus. the warl depart
mtent annottneed itoday' J1 lnluding~
enough to gi v,' tw \o pounds of meat
aild one andil ole-tuarter pounds of
canned vegetables to each person in
the l'nited States.
The amendment to the food control
act as repor'i'It today would extend
the act's irovisions to inclIuide wearing
appa ret, containers of food, feed or
fi rtilizer and fuel oil. A penalty of
for ptiro fiteering.
"The absence of evidence of any
Profiteering by the farmers," the agri
cultural committee's report aids, "and
the provision of the so-called Sherman
anti-trusl 1:aw r 'ecogniziti cotlle'ctive
b r ini . b} :b' liakes it wi-e to
not subject the farmers to inconven
ience and expenses under the federal
Numerous bills and resolutions deal
ilg with living co)-t (tie:;tiols were
,.resented' in botht house:; of congress
lIepresenitat ! ulitchinson, republi
can, New Jersey, .ntroduced a bill
which would enable the secretary of
agriculture to "prevent deception with
respect to cold storage foods; to regu
ate the storage andl shIpment of cold
storage~ foolds to interstate commierce
aiid liImit such stoirage to ten -monthus.
lANFO'RI) NEWVS, *
'Ianford, Aug. 25.--Miss D)aisy lIar
ris5 tile hlome demonstrator' miet with
the. ladi es in the' hoiie oIf Mrs. ('. I.
Waldlrep and~ thley all spent a very
leleasanat dlay oblservlng t he miethiods
used in canning corn, beans, etc.,
which wIll prove a veiry ptrotitable as
set to the Iiantiry oin thie ('old witer
dlays. WVe hope) to have .\Iss Hlaris
with uIs again soonI and( apptreclate
hier' effoirts to hiel p us. Mrs. Waldriep
served irefireshmrents to all the ladies
priesenlt. Trhey all left tiredl but we
hopeC a wyi' set of women. and can
eouint it a dlay wtelI Splent.
The fr'iendls and relatives of the P'at
ter'son famnily mt wvith them at the
oldl famiily hiomes teadl to ec'lebi'ate the
Patterson annual reunliin, andl spent
a delightful day mInglIng wilth old
friends andl acriuaintances.
Mrhis. J. T. flobo, the leader' of the
i'ls' AuxIliary, willl gIve thieyoung
peoplle a lawt'n.parity at hiei' resIdence
next Thursday eveinig at 8 o'clock.
All are cordially livitedl to at tendl.
Thlei'e w ill lbe ani (njoyable ('nke-walk
and lee ereaml In abundance to make.
thle occasion mire in (ljoyable, thereby
beeittitng the U. A.'s in their' effor'ts
to ra'lSis lhir I aplport inent.
Ilothi Stunday chiools ar'e planning
u joint memiioial ser'vice andl pIcnIc
forl niext Satiiuday, August 30thi, to
('ommeminorat e thie meoroy of thieir
decease'd superIntendents, who ser'vedl
us5 50 fit hifully for' a numibei' of years,
thei'efore all are proud to honor01 the.
memor'y of ou r beloved W. HI. .Di'um
mond1( andl W. P. Patter'sonl. All the
friends ando relatIves are especIally
urlgedI to be lpresent . Tlhe publ11Ic Is
eori'al ly invit ed to at tend.
Mrl. T1. L. llarniey and( famIly, of
Spar'tanbuirg, andl Mr'. John A. Payne,
of (tieenwood, were guests at the homie
(if. \M :'. \f .Jnhnunn lout tmilay.
Mrs. Ethel Lanford accompanied
her daughter, Mrs. Odello, as far as
Spartanburg. Mrs. Odelle and little
daughter, Nell Welborn Odelle, have
been spending some tine here and are
now at their home in Atanta.
.\rs. J. W. Johnson and little son,
Harvey Michael are visiting their rela
tives in Newton, N. C.
Miss Othello Jlohlnson, after a de
lightful visit to her sisters in lender
sonville, N. C., is at home with her
father. Mr. 1l1. \I. .Johnson.
Mirs. T. 'D. IHarman is visiting her
parents at Woodruff.
Mr. and Mirs. Ilarper 'Iliggins have
returned to their home in Union, af
ter spending a few days with their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. .1. S. Hliggins.
Misses .losie and Lorainel Williams
are visiting their aunt in Greenville.
Miss Pearle Page, of Atlanta, Gn.,
is visiting her cousin, Miss Grace
('ard of Thanks.
We wish to thank our many friends
and neighbliors, also the 'piysician, for
their kindness shown to us (uring the
illness and death of our beloved huts-1
band and father, Claude W. Wasson.
.lMay God's richest hlessings rest ulpon
each of them.
Mrs. C. W. Wasson and children.
NESSIR, WE SENT YOU A
WE KNOW EQ GOOO FER
IT AN' .NTEND TO PAN
-f~HE FIRNMS WE SUN OUR
PAPER AN' INK FROM KNOW
WE'fE GO0O, (3U-' WE GOT
'f0 VAN eM E\ansy TliR-Tj
ER SIXTy DANS JEST f-CE
SAME, SO we GOTTA Gt1
OUR MONEN\ WHEN %t'S DUE
-TOO, ER WE CAN'T PAN
OUR ttLLS, SE.'
You know that's tru<
give away merchandise,
service; of doing somethi
back if you don't feel the
The ticker doesn't always tell every
thing that happens in Wall street.
Remember not to cast pearls before
Aid to Remembrance.
Dorothy has a habit of biting her
finger palls. Her father promised her
a ruby ring on her birthday if she
would stop the habit. At the end of
the first day she inquired: "Daddy, if
I had the ring on my finger don't you
think me could 'member more better?"
St ach ills
sermaneir disappear after drinking the
elcbrate(ivar Mineral Water. Positively
guaranteed by money-back offer. Tastes
me; costs a trifle. Delivered anywhere by
>ur Laurens Agents, J. C. Shell & Co.
Let your hom rel
chIc of corcn hamoius color effects. ut 1 " i
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hav proven arthi woth becauewa you paint t
Hae sood he tetloftm four more tant fify yerkFo hsFe
andoilie youretn lngestou sevcoloeffcst cost.
Nohattver theourfae--there sur a specifee Paints rodut ortBok
Eave proe, at numr o fth, eca s you a paeiny and1o1u adfo oa'if
pecmica ll s o ey otis aybatfl iutai
of attractively painted home's, shows
floor plans, gives aepeeilw-rions and
telly how to eect the nrut colors.
"The ModestMethod of Decorating"..
This beautitully iilustrated book
kA gives the lates, anfd tbest ideas on
Sthe decoration of int-e for wana and
ceilings. It shcws a number of
rooms designed by leading artists,
giving exact spec~fications for ub
Si taining harmonious color fect with
lPee Gee ILATKOATT.
hesfa"The Modern Method of Finishing
Wood"-f you intendd to build or
Lvet p ae trefinish your home, this illustrated
hvenomically pr e the wbooklet will be of great help to you.
it contains 20 color plates of finished
wood panels, and gives practical
advice how to take care of your
LAUls HARDWARE Co.oors and woodwork.
Peaslee-Gaulbert Co., Inc.
Distributors for PEE G*EE Paint ProductsLOIVL.K.
"What You Give You Get"
oservice is profit. There's no reason why we cant apply it to business. We can't
>' course; no business would last long at that rate. But we can sell it in a spirit of
ng for you; giving you extra value, and a guarantee of satisfaction; your money
t you get everything you ought to have.
eMen Want Hart Sch fFnishing
economicaddon'tumindpoyinglfh sma wll feencea hel torice
comparedctotcheaper cokos plctuseoit'sieconomy ad
thedifernceis or thn adip in teerie ofndu
satisfaction innwearing them
DistributorsfarxE E de aints Prodths r usE.
yourie spoit hr' know reaso h e; they' pl ttolLSfS.W a'
ther' n usns beul lst loe tat cab rate.; u ecnsl ti prto
eryugeavryhn you ough tountry. ~eyhn
'Whe wesay ~ar &hatne & ar and lapels to the cuffs on the
~1 ~ aixdesinedthes cltheaforus, trousers. We would like to show
'on now hat hat eans the're you these various stits hojlh In sin
thi bet coths tat an e mde; gle and double-breasted models,
there ll-ool tey'e crret: There are many varIations to
11 ~ (reaed y th bet stle lesifl- choose from; many colorings;
ers n te cunty. F~vrytlng many patterns,-values are es..
' abut tem s r~ht: romthe el- pecially strong.
New Waist-Seam and Belted Suits for Young Men
conservative suits for those who want them.
St 9haner & Marx ." ITS ME"