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* LANFORD NEWS. *
Lanford, Sept. 21.----The Woman's
lissioinary olety of tIhe, Methodist
church held a very' inportant inet
lng Friday afterioon.
The quarterly conference convened
wViti the I'noree cliirch ilonday.
Tihe farmers' meeting at the school
house Friday afternoon was well at
Ieided an(d good speeches were made
byv Mr. Jno. B. Cannon, of Spartanburg
n rir. A. C. Todd, of ILauirenns.
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. )ruminiond, ilr.
Frank Drummond, iri. Talmage Pat
terson and si.ter, Mrs. lolmes. Capt.
J. W. Lanford and Mrs. %'. 1). Cox at
tended the renorence at the First
] auptist churelb .11n b a urns I riday, in
the interest of the 75-million dollar
drive and report a very inspiring aml
Miss Jenness Cox leaves il, week
for Lander college. She is in the se
'.da class this year.
Messrs. Yates and Charles Waldrop
entered Wofford college this session.
Mrs. Martha IlerherL Miss Ianieii
Harmon have retIr'ed lionie after ai
extended visit to friends and relatives
School opeled hle Monday 1110111
ing und'r ih 1an:''"t of Mrs.
Willie Fowler 'as principal. M iss 11111th
llAlister. of Lar'ns, itermediate
grades, and .'liss iLr'a DIeSihiels. of
Spartanburg p. imalr 1y I n lIe. W'
aire proud of our faculoty and 1l 11,
and lool( for :- very successful year inl
,ti iands of those fllilent teachers.
Mr. J. Lc Langston and family of
1nion, visii' MIrs. .\li'e Mills this
('apt. IEugn:w' '. ('s hans retu1 eild
froml FranlCe n . ,C n'\ad
toil. His p ar- ''>:
Sergt. laiul. - llo:-a a1 I r I.' I !sI
Friday afte n.ll as ben i
Francve (Illite a whie.kim-u
friends ar, .4 OiWehna ' ba
1101h1m . ili 1a I i 1111f,1l1 1 a 1 ': r
hlonor rol ik 0 00
ad a last!.
Ir. Joh n11 -1 . ol (-i n' . nl.
NA 11 1 'mi .1 n 'r I 'l ' n
Mr. and n
we take sons
money if yo
then we lys
We carry a
mil.s anid COmL
We are offering
I Mri. and Mrs. Davis of Langston and
-Mr. Austin' Abercrombie, of McCor
mick, attended services Sunday after
noon. Pastor J. R. NVilliams was at
his best and preached a sermon we
were all proud to hear and will (10 us
The Itblic Is cordial1y Invited to
moel at the Baptist clhur iclh Wednes
liy aftenooni to a piayer meeting and
devootial services conducted by
tamis oil the 75-million dollar drive.
Womian's MIlssinary Union will meet
S:-aturi'y afteroion it 3 o'clock. We
('ies'ially urge all members to attend
and h1eair som exceedingly good news
a rare oppior tuit )es fo. your ac
Gri cs ill the right direct ion.
' I'SI: Ole STOMM"I l SICKNESS
wto Ielev Smah,41111 DiSITRS In I
it Fell Minu11tes. 31onley Black If
Treatmeint, oes Not. Overcome Any
Form of I nilgestion1.
If you feel as though there was a
lump of lead at the pit of the stom
-ch. Iak a;t coutple of Nli-o-na stom1
'il tahlets an(d inl five miiinutes you
shoi'ld s e that all stomach distress
haw vanish 1.
If' yotu he !i gas, have hearthurn or
soil r stoma h, oil need Mil-o-na. If
'II It -'lfeel u lp-set the morn
in. ater t iiight before. take two
Nli-o-na Iablets and see how qluickly
you get relief.
jf you have shortness of biath,
;in in the stomach, waterbrash or
o ' re ath. 1ou ieed Nli-o pia and tle
"'' o i"'' ln get it. tll% soonier l I your
siomahel should perform sIts d1t111l4s
I1 you use box of .Ili-n-na tablets
aiid foel that it has not overcome your
i r stolmllch trouble, take
box to your dealer and he
.ill i'fuind yolir monley. For sale by
1 'auIrens D1rug Co. aid all leadin
.o,, 0n the old pension roll are
11e %o reminded lait yo I n' t ap
-... :0 Ihis, ollice in tlorson. Or, if niot
t comel. selld someone that ('nn
he facts. Ye', your name
on 01ie roll, but it loe( nlt
- - iain info 'uaton.withoutf
-Imtnot conm Vt ourl appil
evere 1on there is one
r r or'(M- widows. that are
- - . aod that t eraps read few
ill Ihlalt may I, left off lnlf's
ir Ifortulnat e' ighbor rfmind
.6 hem Ifby tard(iness youl
- lie rf-e o'llId, it will he Your11
S u , h l ot our), fault.
0. I. TIiO3IPS0N.
Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days
* MRS. INA TRAYNHAM MADDEN. *
Oi August 20th, 1919,' the sweet
spirit of our sitoe, Mrs. Ina Trayn
ham Madden was alled home. Alay
her going be a v:. ns of grace used
to draw us nearer t God.
Resolved first, That the Missionary
Soity of Union Baptist Church has
lost a much-loved member.
Second, We bow Ii humble submils
Sion to the will of our Father who
doeth aill things well.
Third, That a coi)y of these resoli
tions be sent tle family, to the county
papers, and Baptist Courier for pub
Ilealion, and one placed on our mn in
MlIts. W. IN1. 13L,
INHIS. J. if. colli1tT
(R)OSS HILL NEWS. *
Cross 11111, Sept. 22.-Another new
store was opened up in Cross 11111
last week. This Is In the wooden
building adjoining the hardware store
and is in charge of L. Mark, of Oreen
Wood. Clothing seems to be the chief
article of merchandise, but other dry
goods aie Included in the stock.
The following students left last
week to resume their studies in the
various colleges: Jake Itasor, Jack
\'ilcult, Simmons Pinisoni, to Furnan;
Vivian and Elise 'Nance, Caroline
I. i unvdh P1nson to Greenville
Woman's College; Nell Ilill, liltie
111ask in, eeanor and Enuna J. Dial, to
ioker Cuollege; kinjamin and J. V.
t1o, to South Carolina l'nivcrsity;
li tleni ilitt to Winthrop; lurro3w 1lill
oihe Ci11t I: lFrank .\liller to David
Con olle-e: Floride Ritudd o iandert
.. E. R.iasor. and sister, M.\lis .-da
a.,r arI at .!i(lenton, N. C., spend
ing a wvek with thir a vi.;ter, .r
iP ',. .1. G. \\ihonl went to C'ross
li(ads chIr(ii in Nvberry county
Sunday aftirnooni to assist in the oI
dinai lia of Deaconis. lie was neromii
aild by .\i . Wlson and .\Mrs. W. N.
G iH Ili it.
iivryrlcI was glad to soo lion. S.
II. ( g-anis able to attend chlrich ser
ice; ';unday iniorninig. it(- has bcI
\ery 'ich bettr du ilte last' tenl
Ci-oss ]ill is looking foiward to and
VR - 0
You say, peri
Our store is a
yes a little, and
elf. Take our a
e and trade.
ie stock and cater tc
dlI and guarantee fa
t $12.00 per barrel, $
Successors to W,
making preparation for the coming of
the Radcliff Chautauqua Company on
Saturday of this week and Monday
and Tuesday of next. Three days of
pleasure and instruction is pronised
to those who attend. The program
which is now being (listributed calls
for three full days of intellectual
feasts. This chiautauqut has been
!e for several years in siccession
and everybo(ly knows its value. Get
a prograim and then you will want
a ticket. The best way to know a good
thing is to go and see it.
Aluch cotton is being ginned here,
soie of wi ie'h s selling, but most of
which is carried back home to await
a better piHce.
('dLD PONT NEWS.
Cold P'oint, Sopt. 22.--lrs. IHyon
Nicholls has undergone an operation
at the Spartanburg hospita. and is
get ling on line.
Mrs. Guy M. Moore is back from tim
tospital. She is still very Weak
Nlr. Clifton la(dden, of Greenwood,
visited his fatlor, 'Mr. Tom Maddeln,
S ihirday and Sunday.
Mi. Guy A. Moore went up to Spar
.Ml-. .Jolin Ilunter, of Barksdale,
Rt Sundaly with .\rs. E. 1,. Yeakev.
Mr. and(1 Mrs. Tom Coleman visite(
.\lIrIs. Lecake Sunday.
.Ml-. Ilyon Nichols went ilt to Spar
tanburg Saturdi'ay to see Mrs. Nichols.
'Mrl'. and il Mr's. ToM Duncan S1e11.
Sunday with relatives in liaurens.
Mr. F. T. Duncan spent Sunday with
Chapman Brothers are soon to, -tart
Mr. lHichardI Martinl and( si.Ar.r Miss
lAyla lorn, of Newberry, slpent Sun
lay with Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. 1u ncan.
* 4 A GOOD INVEST 4ENT. *
* I3 ace(--,'- on ublc road within *
* lhrie a1nd1 11'on- 4 iiles of U1rot-s
* liill in Ii:u1tr . coulity, 100 nert,
* inl ettitivatio and1( bhi.ne inll
* w mo' ( n i I l >I,. Sev r h -1 I -
* rd 1h11o5ua entt of 1o)od Iim
* ber.I 1 -lio d ellV , with 1 l r ha n
* 1!, 0 otltn hioulse ond I :-room
dwellin1. Ielnts for ;,t' 11 '. 1im
* e t:on. Pri-v $.3 p r V%,e \\i
*have other !'1mS in i,:mrins (.1 n. l -
ty and wou'l b(gl al1 t o I ii m
* vou if you are intere4 4 ill a
\Masoli Teml( binie -
Greenwiol, S. C.
the ts, gIv
the needis, fmev
1.50 per sack. Can
tit Mills Store
S "SHO-GRO" S
Crimson Clover, 13c Per lb.
Texas Rust-Proof ats, $1.10 per bushel,
we can su,) y all varieties of Field and. Vegetable
E Secds (er Fall nd'Witer planting. E
Our stock. e <pure, fresh and reliable, our prices
D -lit, o1'-* !,,..prompt and courteous. D
PHENEY SEED COMPANY
S Charleston, S. C.
you don't plant anything, why naturall, nothing
will grow. You can start a fortune to growing with
one dollar. You'll need that money some day.
The farmer is willing t vait for his crop to grow.
Are you not willirg to plant a few dollars and let it
, is m y comfortable feeling to Lave a fat bank
bock in. y r pckt.
' a:ld 4 par ccnt. introt.
* ivMtuu 0' T ha YOCUR ank
N. . DIAL, President C. H. ROPER, C>sir
can'tI but you can if
thia1. w~ins ina life, and
e buy for cash, sell for
our customers some,
'Ppy. .We help you to save
s. If we do not make good,
LOTHES AND SHOES
romen and children, in the towns,
you beat it? Other prices just like it.
' Watts Mill, S C.