Newspaper Page Text
* LANFORD NEWS. *
!Lanford, Feb. 16.-We are inore than
gratefu thalt our school Is still able
to run on without anly (uarantine of
the present (pidemic known as flu.
Only a few cases have developed and
they are on the road to recovery. Mr.
and Mrs. dEd Taylor and children
have had It; also 'Mr. Floy Compton
and sister, Miss Gena Compton. Yet
we are glad to repore all better.
liss Lottie Cooper is spending a
week in Piedmont with friends.
iMrs. M. S. 'Patterson and children
are at their country home at present
or -until the school are i)ermitted to
open again in Spartanburg.
Misses .Martha, 'Mary and Max Pat
terson were guests of 1ilisses Lenora
and Annie May Patterson last Sunday.
The Rural improvement Associa
tion will meet Friday afternoon. Mrs.
.1. .1. Fleming and Miss Carrie Fow
ler are on the program committee and
they always have something very in
teresting. Let all the ladies come and
take advantage of this opportunity.
The W. '.'U. will meet Saturday af
ternoon at the Baptist church. All
members are requested to be present
and to keel) in touch with the work
and how it is progressing.
Mr. Charlton ;Patterson has pur
chased a new fFord.
-.\Mr. .\. L. liHarlan is having new
Delco lights installed in his residence
rittle Bennie Harlan, who has been
in a hospital for several weeks, was
able to return home last Wednesday
very much improved. 'Mrs. Alice
Moore; his grandmother. spent all the
time with him, while lie was' at the
'Mr. and Mrs. .. 'S. -Higgins visited
their son, Mr. IHarper Higgins at Buf
falo. lie returned home with them
liss Carrie Lou lHiggins is at home
withl her parents until the quarantine
i; lifted in Spartanhurg county.
.Mrs. .1. A. Wilbanks returned honme
Sunday afternoon from anl extended
viit to relatives in Union.
.\lr. and .\irs. Clarence Garrett vis
ited relatives near Gray Court Sunday.
Air. and '\rs. N. L. Littlefield and
With Cherry Flavor
Formerly Tar Balsam
It in.stantly warms the body, loosens the
phlegm, clears the head, chest and nostriis
and relieves the sore throat. Sri delightful
with its cherry flavor that (h ihdren cry for
/t. T ry a teaspoonful. Ytour druggist is
In ruted r to cherfu!!yr refurndI your I moneCy
if it does':t rli'eve sou.
350 ! y.our drug;gist's.
Don't Prod Your
Liver to Action
W4R Overeoman 'iliouanoas, Constipa
tion, Sick Headacho, Quickly. No
Griping or Pain. Cuaranteed.
The organa oif digostion, assmila
tion anid eliminaton--the stomach,
liver and borwels-aro closely allied,
and the proper action of any of these
organs is largely dependent upon tho
correct functioning of all the others.
"WhIppiug'' your lIver into action
with calom'el or forcIng your bowels
with irritating la::ativos or strong
cathartilcs is a great mristako. A bet
ter. safer pl.an is strengthening and
toning the whrole digentivo and climina
tive sy:;tem wim~ N:.ture's Remedy
(NR TableIt'), wvhich not only brIngs
immedir-to rejlief, hut genuino andl last.
ing bene'!t. It ncts on the stomach,
.liver, h~owela ard !daney:, lnmproven
dlgestion and p.' limilation, overcomes
billommrcavs, corrects cor.e:t Ipatlon and
quickly rellovert l alclC hechc.
(Get yorrsyr tern thoroug;hly cleanrsed
and puri.ied1 for onace; Stom'ach, liver
and bowels working together in vig
Orous hilaony, alndi you will not have
to tako mfli(Ino, ever'y day-Jrust take
0on0 NRt TabLlet oeecanionarl!y to keep
your eyatem~ Ia goodl condition and al
ways feel your becst. Rlemember it Is
easIer and cheaper to keep well than
it is to g-':t wellt.
(Get a 25o box~ an/h try it with the
undrerstm:hn't ti:' t It risust r;'vo you
greatie tet a n-t1wbnefit thaen any
bowel or liver miin'io yoru evr used
or no pay. Nature'n Remedy (NRt
TPablets)~ is hil, ;IIuaanit(eed and
recommnienied by your dru'vniit.
L AUJCINS DR U( 0'0., Lauren, 8. C.
family spent the week-end with Mrs.
Miss 'Laura DeShields apent Sunday
with Miss Grace (DeShields.
Mr. 'Loule Lanford from B. .31. I.
spent 'Sunday with his mother, *Mrs.
Misses Ruth and Nannie May Lan
ford, of Arcadia, spent Sunday -with
their parents, Mlr. and hMre. G. J. Lan
Mr. and Mrs. Hobson Franks, of
Spartanburg were guests of Mr. and
.Mrs. J. (R. Franks this week-end.
Mr. B. 1W. Johnson and family of
Arcadia spent Sunday with 'Mr. and
Mrs. J. D. Johnson.
Mr. and Mrs. J. 1. Williams attend
ed funeral services of their aunt, M1rs.
Stanton Glenn last week, near Bram
fWe were sorry to hear of the death
of Dr. Geo. Bunch and sincerely sym
pathize wilth his widow, who was Miss
Jessie Wallace, and she has many rel
*. MDEN NEWS. *
4* ** * * * * * * * *'C * * C '4 * *' *
Madden, Feb. 17.-"Sorrow endureth
for a night but Joy cometh with the
morning." Last week was the "night"
to many homes here for there was
much sickness, but so far as we are
able to learn all are better.
'Practically every member of the
families of Messrs. r. S. Langston and
G. iHl. Finley were iII with flu. None
were seriously ill except R. J. Lang
ston, better known as Jud. We are
glad to report that lie, as well as the
others are on the road to recovery.
Miss Murray and A. 1B. 'Madden at
the home of Mrs. Cora Madden, are al
'Mr. J. Dennis :Culbertson and llar
old Culbertson are also rapidly re
covering from the flu and J. Paul Fin
ley is able to be up and about the
house now after his spell. We trust
all may be out soon.
Mr. .1. A. 'Wofford. who has been
suffering for Several weeks with
sciatica, has also taken a turn for
tMe better and liopes to be up1) soon.
M rs. Will Walker has been suffering
with neuralgia but she was able to be
.\]]. and Mrs. Gary Cunntil lnghani of
\mt. Pieasant spent the week -end with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Walk
er, Smday. .ls. Walker and Mr.
C(unninghamn were callers at the home
of \ly. .1. A. Wofford.
Mrs. TSsie Marti 0f the lolly
Grov( section and Mrs. Margaret
Moore of Laurens were recent visitors
of Mr. and Mrs. .1. IR. iFinley. They
came especially to see Mr. Paul Fin
ley. who was for a few days quite
Mr. and Mrs. .1. D. Bryson have
moved to their farm about two mille;
above here. sunday they had as their
guests. Mr. and Mrs. William Byrd,
Jr., and two little boys.
.M 1. T. L. 'Finley came very near
losing a flne cow a few days ago. With
cows selling at $130 the loss of one
mneans mor'e than it did a few years
Owing to the illness of Miss Murray
the school at .'Pospeet has beeni closed
for two weeks.
Mrs. May -Madden .spent part or last
week with her sister, Mr's. J. A. Wof
.Many r'elamt ives will be interested in
bearn zg tha t Dr,. andl Mr's. G. W. Cun
ninigham of Aulst in, 'Texas, will spend
the~ mionths of .June and Julmy withI rel
at ives here. Drm. .Cunmningham hopes
to meet again! his life-long friend ..and
who is home from Brazil. Th~ey hope
not oinly to discuss a little theology
and philosophy but also to throw a
few stonies in the "big gully", that be
ing a favorite diversion in the good
Prineipal Aims of Legislative Conm
imittee to be Presenut to Coingress
Washington, Feb. 16.-A 'bonus for
ex-seirvice men and complsory mIli
tary training wVere announiced as thme
prlicip~al aims of the legislative comi
mittee of the American Legionm, mem
bers of whIch were here today for a
series of conferenees with Coingress
men. Franklin d'Olier, national corn
mander of the 'Le.gion, wvill be0 present
to direct -the activities of the coim
""'e bonus Issue which was side
tra ad under' considerable agitation
at. taoo first finnual convention of the
L~egioni in 'Minneapolis, through a vote
to leave the (question to Congress, last
week was revived at national head
ouarter's in IndIanapolis. it will be
cla: Iimed that on accoun t of' the dia
oriniess of Congress, the Legion wt;
determined to presCis the mat teir by ask
lng for a speelfle settlenent by the
y.oviernmecnt of a $50 bonus for each
month of serrice performed during the
war. Siuchi a bonus, it was estimated,
would coat the government apprmoxi
WATTS MILLS NEWS. *
Watts Mills, Feb, 17.-,lMrs. Eugenia
)avis, an aged lady, died on Monday
aorning at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Teorge Garrett near here. Mrs. Davis
iad been in declining health for some
ime, having been confined to her be
inly a week. The funeral services
rill be held at Cross Keys today.
On account of the epidelic of influ
nza our Sehool, kindergarten and
hurches have all been closed for 10
lays. As we havenot very many cas
s of it here, we hope to be able to
iegin work again soon.
IWe are glad to report that Mirs. Sam
loon, who has been seriously Ill dur
iig the past few days, seems to be tin
>roving at this writing.
%We are also glad to report that Mrs.
ale Gillesjle, who has been suffer
ng from an attack of influenza, Is
For Liver and Bowels
Dr. Cartqr's K. & B. Tea
A Mild, Gentle Vegetable Laxative and
For the stomach, liver and oowels and
to purify the blood, there's nothing more
reliable. Give it to the little ones when
they get feverish and can't eat. They like
it and it does them lots of good.
We have come to e:
possibly get any m<
carries us off our f4
so far away from a
prediction that eve:
about Fairbanks an
This picture has pre
it for two days, Tiu
Barksdale & Roper
L. C. BARKSDALE Phone 409 R. H. ROPER
JOUG4J2A F'AIRBAfjf in ''Qhen Vize Cloud.r Roll
THE CLOUDS ROLL BY"
BIG NEW' PICTURE
[hursday and Friday
cpect great things from Doug Fairbanks; we sometimes wonder where he can
>re new ideas from. Yet he comes along with a picture like this and simply
let. "When The Clouds Roll By" is so new and original in story and action,
nything that has been attempted before, that we go on record now with the
ry laugh-loving, thrill-loving man, woman and child in town will be talking
d his picture before the week is half over.
ven such an immense success in the big cities that we have secured
rsday and Friday, in Laurens. Nothing like it in originality ever
Friday Price 15 and 30cts
>use Including War Tax