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* SULPJR SMitINUS NEWS. 0
Sulphur Springs, Jan. 26.---It has
been raining and our roads are In very
bad condition and not much pros)ects
of any betterment in the near future,
as our road officials seem to be all ab
sorbed in more prominent roads and
have forgotten out old fords that all
still chugging a way up to their hubs
in mud, but it will be summertime
before long, then we hope to get to
see our county seat.
'here has been considerale moving
this time, but most everyone seems to
be settled down and are aetting upi
their supply of stovewood.
- Mr. (laud Finley and family recent
ly moved into our neighborhood. We
are always glad to welome such men
as Claud. Wish we had more like him.
IMr. Robert McPherson, Mr. Otis
(oannon. Misses Annie Sue and Lillie
-.Cannon attc-ndedi a land auction sale
and barbeente at Stony Point last Fri
day and report a good time.
N1essrs. Joe Saxon and William .\le
'lPherson took in the pictu re show Sat
-urday niglat, at :Latrens.
1iMrs. Sue Teague is very sick at this
writing. She has a host of friends
who hop" for her a peedy return to
'.her usual good health.
Mrs. Davis, of Columbia, a trained
nurse and daugiiter of Mrs. Teague, is
attending Mrs. Teaante during hot ill
LA r. James lill has heen on the sick
list, but is now itproving,'we are glad
Mr. will Jones, nur efficient con
tractor, is niak ing some handsome ad
ASPIRIN FOR COLDS
Name "Bayer" is on Genuine
Insist on "Ilayer Tablets of Aapirin'
in a "Bayer package," containing proper
direetiorbi for Colds, Pain, leadache,
Neuralgia, Lumbago, and Rheuuatism.
Name "Bayer" means genuine Aspirin
prescribed by physicians for nineteen
years. Handy tin boxos of 12 tablets
cost few cents. Aspirin, is trade mark
of Bayer Manufacture of Monoacetie
imidester of Salicylicacid. -
ditions to the residence of Mr. Rex
Lanford. of Waterloo.
.Mr. Will leng, of Laurens, was in
our midst one day last week. .\Mr.
Aleng has purchased a splendid farm
here and anticIpates making some sub
stantial Improvements on it.
.\llas Annie MIcPherson, who is at
tending school at Lauriens, came down
to visit homefolks from Friday until
The oyster and box supper held at
.Mt. Pleasant Fridiay night for the
benefit of the new school building, was
quite a success, both from a social and
financial standpoint. Everyone who
attended, reports a good time and there
was raised about $175. Our witty and
eflicient auctioneer, Mr. Walter lien
drix, added much fun and amusemenit
to the occasion.
J. W. Saxon returned from Due West
Saturday where he went to see his
nephew, loddy Smith. who is very
low with pineumonia.
Mr. .larber James has been quite
sick, but we are glad to say has. im.
proved suffilicently to be tip at this
TI'ere are still some desirable farins
in this community for rent to white
.\Ir. John C. Smith has purchased a
.\r. Don Covington, of Vnid Point,
was a week-end visitor at 'ir. W. G,
-.la rt in's.
.\lt. Basetin Ciilbertswn, of lodges,
has Imoved to his father-in-law's, \lIr.
W. (. Martin.
.lMrs. Bettie Reed Is visiting het
daugliter. Mrs. John C. Smith. of Lau
,.ANi-Oltl) NEIS. *
'banifordi, ian. 2t'.- When we haven't
inieb new.. the\ weather is always a
aool subject to start witl. On account
of rain and mud Sunday morning, on
ly a fe.v attended Sunday School and
cliurcli servic(., and AMnday morning
we' found a beautiful picture of leiles,
aid all nattire pres on tei a most beau
tiful scen e suci as no Iman artist
can ev\r C0111pare.
.lMr. an( .lrs. Lauriis Patterson en
tertaine19d a few of thcir friends and
r a tivt's at an elegant four courst. dinl
ner Friday. ihe occasion was great
Iy ynjoyel by thois'' fortunate iiouigl
Wo , pri sent. The guests were Ir.
andl Mrs. .J. .I. Fleming. Capt. and \lr.
.1. W. Lanford, Mr. Al. Flemin, Mrs.
':tiil LIanford anti dIaiigiter, Ruby Mel
and Mrs. J. II. Cooley.
vre a large suj
:ured a car o
1 have by Satt
th young calve:
supply of use
ome around an
311sies Ruth McAlister and Laura
Bell DeShields were the week-end
guests of liss Grace DoShields.
l3rs. Willie Fowler and daughter,
Miss Carrye Fowler, spent the week
end with Mr. and Mrs. San Burns
near Warrior Creek church.
The Rural improvement Association
met Friday afternoon. After a very in
teresting program on "Community
Co-operation," delightful oyster soup,
crackers, pickics and coffee were surv
ed to those present by Mrs. C. L. Wal
drep, Mrs. C. D. Cox and Mrs. Estella
Mr. Ni. G. Harlan, Mr. Henry Har
lan, .\Mrs. Alice Aloore and Mrs. Mary
Lou Hunsinger, left Saturday morning
for Spartanburg to take little Bennie
Harlan to the hospital for treatment.
It is hoped lie will soon be able to re
turn home fully recovered.
IMr. and Mrs. Jim Williams spent
Wednesday with Mr. and 'Mrs. Clarence
Mrs. Nathan Littlefleld spent last
Sunday with her mother. Mrs. Str'W
Misses Theo and Eiula Osborne were
guests of Mrs. C. D. Cox Saturday af
The Womn's \iissionary J'I'vi had
a very helpful meeting Saturday after
\1_r. and Mrs. Wellie Godfrey have1
moved to their new home and are
keeping house to themselves. They
attended church services at Laurens
PROPIERTY IS SOLD
Loan & Trust Company Trustee for
Purchaser of Valiable Main Street
Property in Greeiville.
Greenville. .ran. 22.--Property ly
ing between the lasonic Temple and
the court house. and in the rear of the
Masonic Temple. .vas sold yesterday
by the T. .. )onalrson estate to a
purchaser waose name was not dis
closed but for whom the Farmers Loan
and Trust Company is trustee, for a
consideration announced as consider
ably over $106,0i0.)I
J. P. Charles. local real estate deal-|
-r who ntlgotiated the transaction,
connirmed reiorts of the sale but
neither he nor officials of the trust
company wol(] announce the identity
of the purchaser or pirchasers or tell
of plans formu late( for development
or resale of the property.
Rumors were cu Iren( t on the streets
yesterday and in local financial cir
eles, that a handsome offilce building,
with an entrance on South Main street
and a depth extending back behind
)ply of Mules a
Come and give
C Rubber Top 1
irday a very fi
i and some to frt
~d cars, among ti
d inspect our la)
H. COUNTS, T
he 3Masonic Temple, is planned for
,his site. While no confirmation of
these reports was obtained, they were
;iven credence in some quarters.
The property sould through Mr.
Tharles to the Farmers Loan and
riust company consists of two lots,
yne with a frontage of 25 1-2 feet on
south Main street, between the court
iouse and the Masonic Temple. and, a
lepth along Court street of 67 feat.
Dn this lot now stands a row of
6vooden buildings, erected many years
igo, but still used as offices.
The second lot fronts 59 feet on
ourt street and extends back to a
lepth of 100 feet.
Adjoining the second lot sold to the
trust comI any Is that purchased on
yhursday by the Stone brothers from
lie Donaldson estate, through Mr.
Tharles. Dr. Theodore Stone. Eugene
Stone, Rivers Stone and R. T. Stone
purchased.this'property, which has a
rrontage of 60 feet on Court street.
rhe financial consideration was ap
During the past two days, Mr.
'harles has sold over $300,000 worth
:f business property In Greenville.
Helped Steamboat Man After All Oth.
er Medicine Had Failed H1im.
"I have suffered from stomach trou
bles, weakness and dizziness for
years, but today I'm practically a well
man. Meribone is what brought- about
the change," said Neal White, popu
lar steamboat man of Paducah, Ky.
"I think I tried every kind of med
lcine there is. My stomach was all
out of order and finally I also got so
that I'd be weak and dizzy a great
deal. I felt tired out all the time and
hated to go to work.
"A friend of mine told me about
how Meritone hau helped him and I
got a bottle to try myself.
"Since taking that bottle I tell you
I feel like a new man. I can cat any
thing I want without a bit of trou
ile an dthe former tired-out feeling
is all gone.
"It's the truth that I wouldn't take
$i,000 for 'what Meritone has (lone
for me. Meritone has proved to be
the best medicine I ever took and I
want to recommend it to others."
Meritone, the tonic of real merit,
is sold exclusively in liaurens by
the Laurens Drufl Co.. and by the
following near-by druggists: Gray
Court Drug Co., Gray Court; Young's
Pharmacy, Clinton: E. V. Golding, Wa
terloo; Martin Drug Co., Cross 11111;
Euoree Drug Co.. Enoree; Beason's
Drug Store, Woodruff: Whitmire
Drug Co., Whitmire; Redicks Pharm
acy, Fountain inn: and is sold by one
druggist in every town throughout
rnd Horses on I1
us a look.
ne car load of
riem Fords, Oak
reas. and Manac
Barksdale 6 Roper
Want to Feel Just Right?
- Take an NR Tonight m
JUST TRY IT AND SEE how much better you feel In the morning. That "leggy."
headachy. tired, don't-know-what'u-the-matter feeling wil be gone--you'Ll eel fLae.
T ROUBL E IS, your system is
clogged with a lot of impurities that your
ove:-worked digestive and eliminative organs
can't get rid of. Pills, oil, saltr. cz.lomel and ordi
nary laxatives, cathartics and pur-cs only force the
bowels and prod the liver.
Nature's Remedy (N R Tablet:) acts on the stomach,
liver, bowels and even kidneys, not forcing, but ton
ing and strengthening these organs. The result Is
prompt relief and real, lasting benefit. Make the test.
Nature's Remedy will act promptly, thoroughly, yet
so ni!liy, so gently, that you will think nature her
self has ccm: to the rc:cue and is doing the work.
And oh, what arclief1
You'll be surprised to
f.nd how much better you
.f:1-blzhter. better every w-y.
I babltual!y or stt.tbornly con
1-r. i:.:o on tiR Tb!et
e2:5 n!-:%t In a w:-ek. Then
%5 you'll not have to tak.e rne::Icine
every d:y. jurst an occasional
NR T:t?'t afro, that wi!l be
su eleat to k ',e yotr sy:tem '
Ia good conditlon - keep S
you fec!!ng your best.
Get a sit
P*is Rned Box
$S sold Guaramte d,
and recommondod ky your druggas
LAURIENS DItUG CO., Laurens, S. C.
tand. Everything guar
before the rise and can
rennessee Jersey Cows,
lands, Buicks and Cada