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FOR forty years Sloan's Lnintient
lias been the quickest relief for
IeIra Ilgia , -uCiat 4r1 a I rheu ma
tism, t ircd muniscles, la ime backs, sprains
an(d strains, aches anld pains.
Kee) Sloaii'shan-,dy and apply freely,
'thout rubbing, at the first twinge.
It eases and lrings comifort surely
and readily., Vou'll liid it clean and
nton-skim -stain mmg.
Sloan's Liniment is pain's cnneiy.
Ask your neighbor.
At a!l druggists-35c, 70c, $1.40.
S s will ick y1e r'lieved by
Itching |inplrntg before retirng.
ent. Oneof Dr.Hobson-o
Truls Family Remnedies.
Calomel is a
Next Dose may Salivate You,
Loosen Teeth or Start
Caloiel is mercury; quicksilver. It
crashes into sour bile like dynamzitv,
eraming and siekening you. 'Caloiet
attaec-s the hones anmd sliouldd never be
put into you1r systeum.
If you feel Iilious. heaidachy. consti
pated and all knocked oti. just go to
your druggist aiiI get, a bottle of )od
son's L iwver Ton for a few cents wlhicli
s a ha rmless vegetable iilstitute for
danuge roums caloi . Take a spoon fuil anzd
if it doesn't start. your liver and
st ra ighten you up buefter and quicker
than nasty calomIel and withnout making
in .ick, you just go hack anil get your*
)oil" iake ealomel! It makes you
ickthe tiext day; it loses vou a dav's
work. Dodson's'ier Tone'straiglte-us
you right up and you feel great. No
salts necessary. Give it. to the children
hecause it is perfectly harimless and can
10 Cure :. Cold in On1 lhty
Take LAXATIVE BRIOMO QI NINE (Tablets.) It
stops the Coutith and fieadaeto ami worksi off the
cobi. E. W. GROV E'S !ignture cn each bu. ::Oe.
W" r f Me,"
SDeclares This Lady.
fr"1 suffered for a long
timte with womanly weak
ness," says Mrs. J. R
SSimpson, of 57 Spruce
St., Asheville, N. C. "I
finally got to the place
where it was an effort for
me to go. I would have
bearing-down pains In4
Smy side and back -es
Specily severe across my .
bcand down in my
side there was a great
deal of soreness. I was
nervous and easily tip.
The Woman's Toie
~"hearp of Cardul and
deeded to use it," con- F
saw shortly It was bene
fiting mue, solI kept It up
and it dkt wt ' - tN Ed
pne. And snuc M... . 4
have been glad to praise
Cardul. It Is the. t h. r7"
woman'c to:. 0.
W eak women need a
onic. Thousands ajid
thouands, flk Mrs.
Try Cardulfor poderea.s
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hatins Cily School *
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Srade I , Section A-Iliighly Distin
guished: Maurice ( annon, 111110 Cope
lind. l:dwill bI anl han'. l)istini uIlsied:
Thomnas Blabb, .Jesse lBarion, Rtobert
lioll, \\illiam Hiolt, Arltur Check,
Chalies I:'ullose, Glordon lnap, Wil
liHnlipp, Otis Aladdenl, Lewis Reid,
.Alarie Allen, Sarah Barton. Iiiel
hi atly, Azile Clary, Virginia tream
'r. Margalret 'Gitty, -Evely ll enderson,
31:hrjori- .\l inter.
(:ado I, Section i - Iighly Distin
itit ied: leten Tmemleton, Fiances
l'utnam, Rtachel Norwood, Carrie Ei
nliore. Sdaaly --- is-7-'w,
nior. 'I'stinguished: .\ary Fra nces
Shell, d in'a Switzer, Laura M~\adden,
Ca t eri iine Aloore, Jolin ose 'utnam,
.1ames Owloigs, Ilarild Oglesbly, G. b.
rale It,. Section A--1istingitished:
Ciiarles Crews, Jaies 1)avis, .ohn A.
Frank5, .1r., lobert Ilening, Am !brose
liudgeni;, John (leni liiclens, Ilar-'
old I've. Ia'ui tlabb, .lart'a Susan
liigs \ihired Crisp, Hiarriett G a
olwita. I1olnes, Dorothy tinum hert,
Grad16 11l, Setin -'llighly Distinl
Muivhed: Mataline Sullivan, Mary
:lizbethi Squires. Distinguished: .s
lwr laurey. lirthti Sexton,. Jesse Car
;oll .lMiller, Charles Taylor, Saiuel
Grade Ill, Sect ion A-- list ingui shed:
13erPt NKel ni giton, Emiily Blabb), Louie
Grade Ill, S'2etion Ii-liighly IDis
iinguished: )orothy Sitgreaves. Dis
tinguished: loy .\liller, .Tov Reii, Mar
Paret .iteCravy, S.1rah iddl, Louise
Taylor. Cl1mnir'gene iTeague.
Grade IV, Section A--lighy Iistin
gouished: Dorothy Norwood. Dlist in
giisied: Maargarpet Cheek, Sarah Dor
r-ohl, 110-lle Hamilton, Alarianl Hipp,
irde IV, Sction H -1istinguished:
UT. irs Louis Whaml, Mildred
Giade V. Secilion A -Distingui-n d:
Jia(k falhh, Ralph alle, Minter Brown,
. m s Dunk11iin, W. C. .\iller, lRussell
.\Tolor, Hrthba Ilarnett, Vir-Ai nia
Claidy, .Marthat lraniks, Emily Taylor.
radte V, Section W---Ilighly DiEtin
guished: Irene Totd, Antionette Moore,
.leantt to Iamilton. DAistinuiishel:
.\laritin iller, Lillian Kitech is, Nun
nie iser, Minnie 11111, In anees Swit
zer, Way Lwis Swink, .tary Odell
Gi.ide VT, Section A-ilghly Distinu
guished: Miary 'Hall, Mary Anderson,
William 'Bramlette. Distinguished:
Villiam Crews, Dallas Dendy, Robert
Moore, Joines .\lartinl.
Sixth Grade, Section Ul--itighly ,Dis
tinguished: Gertrude Tenmiplem.in. Dis
tinguished: AnnIe Power, Mary Reid,
Margaret Wasson, Pawnee Watson.
Seventh Grade, On. B-lighly Dis
tinguished : Iluce Thompson, Martha
Power, 1Harriette Todd. Dist inguished:
iarilowse Mahaffey, Mittie Lee Martin,
Clara Sexton, .\ary Thtompson.
Grade VII, Section A----.lighty DIs
tinguished : Legare IBlackwetl, Sarah
Cheek. Distinguished: Coltyar Barks
dale, illy Bolt, Marvin Comipton, hamn
nel Fleming, Thomas Tamnitton, Caltic
H-ilt, Augusta MalcClntock, Sue Cul
bertson, Eula tluncain, liarriet Bishop.
Grade VIii, Section A--Highily Dis
tinguisbed: James -Machep. Distin
guished : Zell fUtakely, Jasecal Miley,
Inez Motes, 'Hiorace Nichols, WVillie
Grade VIII, Section B--Distintguish
edl: Fay 'Chieney, Attic Culbertson,
Elizabeth Thompson, Frank IB. Roper.
Grade VIUI, Section C-Highly Dis
tinguishted: Perrin Wright. Distin
guished: Cothran McCravy, Miller Mc
Paul IPhilpot, Rose Rosenthal. Dis
tinguisheud: Clara Boyd, Nelle Check,
Janie H-olmes Davis, Miary Goodswin,
Mariegene Gray, Katherine -Hicks, Sid
ney Holmes, Cornelia Maclhen, Louise
MCord, Adra. Catherine Owings, Sara
Benn, Ruby Todd.
Grade X-Hlgghly 'Dist,inguished:
Ehrahi Katherine BarksdalIe. Distin
guished: J1. J. Adams, Fred Clifton, Roy
Gaston, .Ray Goodwin, Margaret Knight,
Mary Senni Winifred Sitgreaves, Carl
Thontpson, Wyatt -Daldrop, Maude'Wof-,
Gra- X'Y--Hlghly Distinguished:
......: Ei ,ygert, E~ula Mae 'Mar
in, Grace Taylor. Distinguished: Re
- ,' / -'i-ms. Marion Blackwell, Mary
', Am dlman, Margaret Cole
man, Martha 'Duia, Lois Fuller, Attic
Gosnel.l, 'Ioccoa Gray, Louise Smith,
va Taylor, Jaek Miller, 'Herman Tay
otr, 'Martin Teague.-.
Laurents Mill School
Grade I-Distinguished:Neilie Davis,
Clyde McGill, John W. 'lAwts, Clinton
Oi'de IIl~-1-flghly Distinguished:
Omna I|Daila. . .DIsbtinguished: .Lwmilk.
Blackstook, Li.,ore iuohee, Elmira
annon,. Ietiall Datvis, 'Mildred Hill,
Grado UII-~i-ghly Distinguished:
Iivinia Bosdell, Eltmer Davis. Distin
eu'lsilte. nBesl Davi', .meltha Mnrlar.
dlay, the10 occasion being the close o
the school, taught by Aliss 0stel 1
ItIural -Policemlanl Dryson, assisted b3
Coluimibds Owens and Andy Boyd, cap
tured a still abliout six ilesC; belon
Cross liill on Saluda river, last Fri
day. The still was iade of Coppel
and had a capacity of 30 gallons.
Two iogrroes, Jim ltl'uiley and (31il1n
Lindsay became invoived in a diflicul
ty onl Alonday iitoriig, the restlt o
which is that ibin1dsay lies fatall
vounl(dd fioi a lick inflicted ly lPul
ley. The kliii ng occurred oln J. 11
* lesolutions of lespect
The( IlighlailI Rtome W.'3. bi mourm
the loss cf a consecrated member ir
the dcath of Mirs. Nannie Put nam.. wh(
entered into rest Deceimber 2.1, t121
She was the daughte r of Joh1
H1un 1s, of IL:uutrens couty. Early Ir
Ii 'e she becaie a Christian and re
mained a consistent member of th<
Haptist church until her death. There
fore, he it resolved:
I self rising, -
. . . $8.00
rare and ,
I Work Bridles
e to 4-horse, cheapi
11l Line of Cook Sto
-0, 10-3-3, 10
nid Cotton Seed
>Nitrate of Sc
nds will deliver
of the county
rrnjohn at 75c e~
elved 6 Ca
dly Any An
First, That we bow inl humble snb
Iission to the will of Hin who doeth
all things well.
Second, T!at we rend6 praise to
God for the influence of this beautiful
life and we accept it to make our liveb
nobler, and to render betbter service
in our church and Sunday School.
Third, That a -page in our record
book be set apart to her m1161mory, n1111d
a copy be sent to the county pallers,
I Sell Old R,
See Me Beft
Lard, by the tub,
Corn, per, bushel
Oats, per bushel
No. 1 Timothy H
.r than you can buy
ves. Can Save You
-3-0, 16 Per C
Meal Always C
da at ,$65.00 a
your guano to al
on my trucks.
ach. Case of 12
ottles Ginger Al
rs of ,Flour
and( one to her devoted sons.
-MiS. .. R. POW]flDR,
IUS. Z. I. TRAYNIIAM,
No Worms in a Healthy Child
All children troubled with Worms have an un.
healthy color, which indicates poor blood, and asu
rule, there is more or I ess stomach distuIrbance.
GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC tilven regu
larly for two or threo weeks. will enrich the blood.
improve thodigestion, and actas ageneral Strength
ening Tonic to the whole cystem. Nature will then
throW offor dippel the worns,and theChIld willbe
ln p6rfect health. Pleasant to tI'- bNo 6per bottlk.
re You Buy.
per pound .14
. . > $1.10
. . .65
,ay, ton $30.00
$2.50 to $4.00
$1.50 to $2.00
by the solid car.
e at 80c.
Joe Rose, Syda Swaddy, Alma Temple
toln, Jailes Word.
( rade IV- -l)istingiilshecd: Nellie )ag
iell, Carl Bishop, Troy Bishop.
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CiOSS ILL, Ni. WS *
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Cross ililli, A!ril .. -:- . Robert
Va(e spent r, few ( riOV-' la3t week with
leir sister, .\I's. NI. W. KIeninedy. at
'\Ir. and Alr-s. layl Illman and AIr.
William) of Greenwood were week-end
visitors in Cross 11111.
A.M Ils1 rsitele Ilradley leaves today
for a visi with her sister, at Mstill.
Rev. an1d AlMls. laujl), of Waterloo,
were yisitors to onr town Wednesday.
Alias Eliza Natice, of Converse Col
Iege, is h1omite for a few days.
Aliss Anna lelle Iill, of'4cvoker Col
lege, spent last week-end 'with home
)r. Iliidson1, a missionary to (hina,
gave a very interesting and inst'ue'4
tive talk at the 1iresbyterian church
Some of oir] young people enjovedl
a picilic at Long View on last Satur
Flour, 'plain and
Sugar, by the I
Wagons, 1 -hors
I Also -Keel
I can a
5 Gallon Dei