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onmi SPRI fc -. > ||' I Our 1921 design ? I have individualii % -I is in charge of t J prepared to desi I any time. We,1 CAU( | IWD^ Schedule of Home Demonstration Meetings to be Held During Month of March. . March 7.?Saxe-Gotha Cooking Club?Raisin cookies. /' March t.?Summit ^ome Demonv stration Club?Economy in clothing. March S.?Summit Sewing Club? Sewing. I-'. r * j. March 9.?Pond Branch Home Demonstration Club?Chocolate pudding. j March 10.?Boiling Springs Home Demonstration Club?Peanut prod (( ' ttcts.March 11.?Red Knoll Sewing: Club j ?Sewing. March 12.?Office work. MVch 14.?Pine View Cooking Club r-Btocoit. March 15.?Oak Grove Sewing Club ?Sewing. Warnh 1fi_?Sham's Hill Cooking Club?Biscuit. March 17.?Mack's Sewing Club? \ Sewing. s \ March 18.?Newburg Home Demonstration Club?Peanut products. March 18.?Newburg Sewing Club ?Sewing. March 19.?Office work?9 a. m. to t&P; 1 p. m. j , ^ March 19.?Sunny South Sewing Club?Sewing. / March 21>?St. John's Cooking Club ?Raisin cookies. March 22.?Pelion Cooking Club? Raisin cookies. March 23.?Calvary Home Demon[?v ' / . stration Club?Economy in clothing. p. ^ FVom March 24th to April 5th inclusive, L shall be at Winthrop College attending the course given for the County Home Demonstration workers. , February, 1921?Summary of Month's Work. Number consultations held 13. | | "Cascarets" if Sick or Bilious :: :: Tonight sure! Let a pleasant, harmless Cascaxet work while you sleep and have your liver active, head clear, stomach sweet and bowels moving Tegular by morning. No griping or inconvenience. 10, 25 or 50 cent boxes. Children love this candy cathartic too. I Palmaf esta Palihetto State Festival Columbia, Mch. 28 to April 2d ?^m MOVED j?: We have moved our Flower and Seed Store to 1431 Main Street .* Come in am1 3ee our beautiful flow ers. Let us help you seieci seeas ano plants for a good garden. Rose Hill Greenhouses MARTIN STORK, Treas. jilr . * : VG Ml t f- ~ - * . - is are Exclusive No ty and are modera his department, has / gn and make up th< tvill have something jHMAI ! V , 1 \ . c ' tration Column If Number Women's meetings held 7. Attendance 67. Number Girl's meetings held 8. Attendance 79. Number schools or clubs visited 17. Number of club members visited 10. Number letters written 61. Circular letters sent 95. Bulletins sent 214. Number miles traveled?Auto 709. ANNIE C. CAUGHMAN, County Home Demonstration Agent. xvrr -rtm a TT vjjaanifiK u.m wia, i The health of this community is. fine at present. . j "The small grain around here is looking fine. - } Mr. and Mrs. D. Job Harmon y dined with Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Har*v mon Sunday. Messrs. Lawrence Porth and Clarence Sox were out riding with their best girls Sunday afternoon. Miss Sarah Kyzer spent Saturday night with her aunt, Mrs. George Kaminer. Mr. waiter itawi ana nis two sisters, Misses Lizzie and Viola dined with Miss Rosa Harmon Sunday. Rev. J. A. Cromer spent Saturday night with Mr. J. H. Arnold and family. f Misses Agnes and Nezzie Arnold visited Misses Daisy Belle and Sarah Kyzer Sunday afternoon. Mr. E. E. Arnold, who is with the DAW C DAim c When this bank proi cept, we commit ourselvi in every way. that a pro? Merchandising, In< It may be that you i many ways in which this We areg always re: i problems with the view tomer as well as the banl A I SUPERVISED BY THE UNI' I The Home h Lexingtt I Capital, $50,000.00 Member of Federal > 1_ , LUNE . - - - vj^s- -T+-J*. velties, Pattern anu te in price. Come ii ; recently returned J 9 latest styles in Mil new to show every N-KAII Lexingtc United States navy, is at home for a few days on a furlough. .1 Miss Duvall Smith dined with Miss! Eva Hendrix Sunday. Miss Theora Arnold visited Miss Ellen Hendrix Sunday.. Miss Viola Meetze dined with Mrs. Robert Harmon Sunday. Miss Carrie Pearle Hendrix dined with Miss Essie Shealy Sunday. Miss Genevive Smith visited Miss Grendoline Lindler Sunday. Red Birds. PLANT QUARANTINE REGULATIONS. Clemson College, March 5.-?The South Carolina State Crop Pest Commission calls attention to the following regulations of the Commission governing the transportation of cabbage plants for propagating purposes into and within the state of South Carolina. Reg. 1. The transportation into and within the state of South Carolina of cabbage plants for planting purposes is prohibited unless accompanied by a permit of the South Carolina State Crop Pest Commission. I Reg:. 2. These permits are issued after satisfactory evidence has been obtained either through acceptable affidavit or a certificate issued by a competent inspector, stating that these plants and the premises upon which they were grown were inspected by a competent inspector find found to be apparently free from wilt and other dangerous diseases and insects. iERVICE raises Service and you ac3s to support your efforts jressive bank can. iustry and Farming ire not familiar with the i bank can serve you. idy to discuss financial of benefitting the aisle. rED STATES GOVERNMENT . National Bank >o, S. C. / Deposits, $600,000.00 Reserve Assccieticn % OV Qt i\I Oil ? ? mi jLailor. i ats. in n and see them. M from the most up-to ilinery. You are co day during the sea; MNER 311, S. C. \ .' These regulations are effective on and after February 15, 1921. ' Regulations identical with these have been issued also on the transpor tation of tomato plants for propagation purposes into and within the [ state of South Carolina. _ The two principal kinds 6t times are standard and wrist watch.?Sycamore (O.) Leader. Were it not for the weather, some people would never be able to break into a conversation.?Kirksville (Mo.) Express. Don't misjudge the whole human race because a few thousand inhabitants prefer grand opera to the movie. ?Cheyenne (Wyo.) State Leader. Once in a while a Chull boy gets punished for impudence, but most of the time it is because his mother has a headache.?Chula (Mo.) News: / A. W. Morgan Sheet Metal Worker SLATE, TILE.AND j Gravel Roofer Manufacturer of Skylights & Cornices 17U7 Main Street, PHONE 2742 COLUMBIA, S. C. WATCH THE BIG 4 / Stomach-Kidneys-Heart'Liver Keep the vital organs healthy by | regularly taking the world's standard remedy for kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid troubles? j GOLD MEDAL The National Remedy cf Holland for centuries and endorsed by Queen Wilhelmina. At all druggists, three size3. Look for the name Geld Medal on every bo? and accept no imitation iito w(yw0^ ^ l^-^^^SEALED TINS ONLY mmfr ** Y0UR Gooceas Maxwell house I e COFFEE irOVRBf VN?|R . ithout questionif Hunt's SaW*m^^Sk :';: ( ) iu the treatment of Eczema, f i^al letter. Ringworm, Itch, etc %R?Tr i Doo't become discourseed be- g*\M i / cause other treatments failed I M Hunt'sSalva ha* relieved bun- V 0 m dreds of such cases. You can't V*1i m lose on our Money Bock Gumrmntee. Try it at aw risk ~ TODAY. Priea 75c at HARMON DRUG COMPANY. J_ J1 ___ Ley are smart ana u] iss Ida V. Kibble of -date Hat Shops in rdially invited to im son. DAiir turnr THOR DOTS. Mr. Elzie Poole of lower Pond Branch wedded last Wednesday, March 2nd to Miss Sallie Axon of Orangeurg county. Mr. James Hall of Thor section is on his second legs kicking, but rot high. ? BLACK EYES. !i Dodson's Liver Tone Instead of Calomel rVl 1 rtTTlfil ? a miinl/oiltrm" T4- o'f+a/Vlra I VOMV11M* 40 ^UiUVOiAfVA* 4 V the bones end paralyzes the liver. Your dealer sells each bottle of pleasant, harmless 'Dodson's Liver Tone" under an ironclad, money-back guarantee that it will regulate the liver, stomach and bowels better than; calomel, without sickening or salivating you?15 million bottles sold. ? Meeting tii Fnt* I SWATt A Vfl AJVT TT > We have met these demanc on galvanized corrugated prepared roofing in rolls, prices on all roofing materi you may need in the builde tels, grates and tile line, and we can make immedia1 i Send us your orders. I LORICK B 1533 Main Street, Colum i Do not forget that we hav stock of all kinds of Belting, Steel, Shafting, Pulleys anc Washers and anything else of machinery supplies at pr Columbia Sup 823 West Gervais St. I "MODERN i BEST WORKCrown, Bridge and F All Work * RAY FIS Over Lever's Shoe Store 11 I G jj .* * o-to-the-minute, L Baltimore, who I the East, and is I spect oim line at I ANY I m Give Sick, Bilious Child | "California Fig Syrup" "California Syrap of Figs" is tto best "laxative phyaic" to give to a' sick, feverish child who is bilious or constipated. Directions for babies sad children on bottle. They love its fruity taste. Beware! Say "California" or you may sot get the genuine reoommended by physicians for over years Don't ride injuring your child's tender stomach, liver sad bowels by aoceptish an imitation fig syrup. ImUb upon "Califarm a." .. ~ ^ % ' . ; ,3 aaa vlll break a Cold, Fever and Grippe nicker than anything we know, precntlng pneumonia. ie Demand | er Prices ' | M Is by readjusting our prices i roofing, metal shingles> j| We have most attractive :iH als as well as on anything yfl irs' hardware or wood man- jfl '- ''if Our stocks are complete JH te shipment. . * ROTHERS < I bia, S. C. Phone 4P8 r: r '-V. V - -X e a large and well assorted f.-fc;*- Dfa Pipe, Valves, Fittings, Iron ; . i Hangers, Bolts, Nuts and you may need in the way esent low prices. Try us. ply Company J | Colombia, S. C nrFwmHK,* ^Hgjumn?g? A ' : V:? DENTISTRY" if ) LOWEST PRICE ? 'late Wcrk a Specialty * ' . - guaranteed HER SOX /; f 515 Main St. Colombia, S. t T?TO V ' ? > " <.'- -1.