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LANFOlD :NEWS. *
Ianford, March 1.-The qluarterly
confelence was held inl the Methodist
church last Friday. iPresiding l-ider
Jones presiding, and doing soie ex
MIisses Iaisy llarris and '11zabetl
Porney met with the home delilollstra
tion club Friday afternoon and gave
the club a very essential demonstra
tion oil culirning andcl the illost im
portant methods to be used In making
better dairy products. About 25 ladies
were present to show the interest they
have for thin branch of household In,
dustry. Mrs. IEthel lianford won the
prize for the bent pound of butter on
Airs. J. W. Lanford anid Mrs. t. I.
Cooley have returned hom1e froin
Scranton, where they have enjoyed1
an extenled visit. with Rev. and Mrs.
.J. T. 'Littlejohn.
Miss Mary I'arle of Spartanburg
spent the 'week-end with her friend,
Mrs. Bomstella Bomar.
Mrs. M. W. 'W. Fowler reports a de
lightful visit to relatives in Troy tills
Mr . John Melmoth Fleming, of Spar
fain Academy, isa spending a few days
With his parents.
:13orni oil Feb. 26th, to ir-. and Mrs.
Henry Harlan, a daughter.
Mr. Amos illolmes, of Greenville, vis
ited lits parents a few( days last week.
Miss Gena Compton had a relapse
of flu and is in a very critical condi
tion at present.
We understand our pastor, Rev.
Geo. Sexton has moved into his new
home and we hope a good number will
be present .Saturday afternoon to wel
come him1 at the -first service.
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A Vondettul panorama of the ne
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WATTS KILL 'NEWS. *
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Watts MiIls, March 1.-We are glad
o report that the quarantine has been
ifted and our school and kindergarten
wenled up on Monday morning. 'WeG
tave osnme cases of Influenza yet,
hough not any serious cases at pren
\Ve hope to boginI our church servic
,, again next Sunday. The Haptist
olks4 of this place are very mu1ch de
ighted over the thought of having a
lew Baptist church building here.
itrong efforts are now being made to
hat effect and we hope to begin work 0
m the building in the near future.
The Peoples Cooperative Store ex
ects to have a new building crected
)efore very long. Tle work I. now
lrogressing very iticely. II
Mr. Miles Grubbs, one of the sales
nen Inl the Peoples Co-operative Stmre,
s now confinedi at home with iluen
a. 'Ills friends wish for lim a spcedy
Mrs. .1. It. Kirby and daughter, .\Miss
klie, have been spending atvhile witli
*clatives in Greenville. C
'Rev. W. D. 'Hiamnmett, of Iltok 11111,
isited his daughter, Mrs. .1. M. Moore,
Marion and Clyde Kirby went to
:reenville .Saturday. (
Mr. I). 1). Davis, of Woodruff, on his
return home from Greenville, spent a
short while in 'Watts Mills on Sunday.
Card of Thanks. . I
We 'wish to thank the neighbors, 1
riends and physician for their kind- v
'tesi during the Illness and death of C
)ur wife and mother. t
Air. J. M. Simpson and Children.
0. Now on Sale at
2 to 27
vs to be featured in the biggest
ih Carolina, Splendid exhbic of
w Opring Styien to~ be~ especially
.Daniel A. floed. Professiona
w gowns and apparel. Specia
of the American
.11 Columbia Stores
write Secretary Colum..
cretary Columbia Chain
ttorney Generral's Hat, In fling for
DmI orIleI(- Nomliiationi for ProesI
den( . Telegrnm to Georgla D-eImo
Atlainta, Ga., Maarch .-'Attorney
Oelral Palmier tollight formally an
ounced his candidacy for the Demo
rat ic niouniat Ion for plresidelit inl a
decgram to lirain L. Gardner, secre
try of the Georgia State 'Democratic
Refelrring to the 'petition -iled inl hIs
('half for the Georgia pirniai'Ies, Mr.
aner declared that "if Ile Ieiocrata
f Georgia .,ve fit to select mne as their
holee I shall receIve the honor with
('p allpreciation'" hld it to be high
iniortant that an opportuii ty be
Iven Il I lhe Jlrilary "to directly pass
poll the recorl ilade by the present
The Iclega 1'roi Allr. 'Palmilier iread
"I iinderstand that my friends h1,av!
lered my name in the presidenlial
rilaries. If the D3emocrats of the
tate of GeorgIa see lit to select. Ime as
tei' cholce I shall receive the honor
'Ith deop appreciation. I deei It high
n impoltalit that the Deiocrats of
vorgia should have the opportunity to
Irectly pass upon the recor-d made by
bie present administration. The can
idacy of one who supporits that re
ord fin every phase piesents that op
Attorney General Paline Is the Ifist
elemocrat to place his candidacy for
1e Democratic nomination before the
oters of Georgia and It was relport
d here tonight he would soon collie to
10 state to make a personal canvas
'Thie lpreferentlal primary at which
hite Delmocrats of the state will ex
ress theIr ichioice for 'kDellocracy'sl
'ader eIll be held April 20 and to date
Ite name sof five other men in addi
on to lI. Palmer have been offTered
I eltitions sigied by the required 100
-)ters. The'y are It'Pham p Clark, Gov
rnor l'dwards of New Jersey, who has
iken a public stand against piohilbl
on; liIerbert Illooveir, Iobe't Lansing,
)>ilrme e secretary of tate, an(1 Wil
am G. AleAdoo, a native of Georgia
Ad fominer seeretary of the t reasury.
By a ruling of the state IDemocratlc
cecltive collinlttee that only names
avowed Demociats could be entered
erbeit Iloover's name has not been
isdered by the comliittee, alth11ug11
Is supporieis here still are seeking
i.have it entered In the primary.
A move also las been started to let
me voters li the piimarly indicate
hether they desirle for tile GI eorgia
[A.ligtlonl to go unllinstruclt ed.
.\I'. Palmiei's name was ente'rOd in
ie drilary rteclitly by mo10rev tinin a
url)led per'sons who signed a petition
I'clilated. by .Judge S. I). Dell of
Washingtoll, larch .--The pre
[ntIal caipaign fi'oi the Deluoeratic
andpoilt was,; opendll tonight in Ihe
1-nion of politicaI leaders her
irough accepta nc by At tor'ney (Genll
ral Palmer101 of a place aim the (Georg Ia
ate pimnariy bal lots. Tfhe Repbl 11icanl
Ihmplaignl has been onl fi' seve'ralI
y Alir. 'Palmeri In ai tel egraml to the
teretar'y of the Georgia Dlemocraitie
ate commliittee, t hat he would1( be a
indidlate was the first to be0 made' by
ny of those wh~o have beenl mlentioned
4 ';possible choIces of the Sani lrani
D~emoc'atic aspiraants for the 1nom
nt Ion have held hack formllal ani
ru lt'Ineiets awalitinig a declaration
/ President .Wilson as to his piln..
Ilihoiughi nothIin g has coim e fr'omi Ithe
h Ite Ionae, th ll( pen01 ('id 11acy or
'e At torney Geneira!,. who is pari
rimlarly close to .\ir. WilIsoni, was ac
'Pte (1In some <quart ers aLs defin Itely
it enter' a third camaitgni.
WithI Alir. Palmer10's "hat in thei ing"
lit icians hei'e look for foimalI anii
illuncementsI to conic <iickly froml
norse who have been holing t heirI
mildlaciles In the hack gr'oun d.
Ghovernuor' Cox of Ohio and J1alles W.
erard, formler' a'1blassadlor to der
ally, while permlittling thelir names10
1)e placed Oil priimar'y ballots, ha~ve
A tis yet nide foramal anlnouncement,
Otheris who have bieen mlenttonled In
>nnectiont withi the D~emiocratic nom111
ttin Iiincle IWillIfam -0. .WlcAdoo,
>rme1r secreCtar'y of the tr'easuriy, WIl
l111 .Jennings Bryan, thrice the Deim
'TatIc standar'd hearet', Senatoir
ober't I,. Owens of Oklahoma, leir
3r't Ilooverl and Governor 10dwards of
The tockoldrs o Rotry'heck
the Pri"';dent In .\IasonIc Temli:;lle
t Greent ille, N. C., on 27th1 (lay of
ar'ch, 1920), at the h1our1 or t welve
clerck, M1., tb eonsideir a r'esolutlin
I reduce thle Caplital Stock froml the
tan of tirity thouotsandl dolIars', to the
liim bf thriee t hoiusan 4 1 doalars, anld to
)nsidoer any other biusiness thaift may13
3111 before thle meietin11g. Th ( mleet
ng is called purlsuiant to res'moluition of
oarid of D'.recItors.
0. 11. SI.\.\ON S,
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any unpleasan~t ciga~retty after~tasmr or any un
." pleasant cigaretty odor. And, you'll be delioghted
to discover that you can smoke Cameis libally
without tiring your* taste!
Take Camels at any angle-they surely supply
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experienced. They're a cigaretto reeain
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