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C, are visiting Mrr and Mrs. W: F. Edwards. Mr. Charles Stephens and Walter M. Lambeth, of Charlotte. N. C, are in the city. Miss Greta Grimshaw, of Flat Rock will spend the holiday's with friends in Kentucky. Miss Connie Morrow who has heen teaching in Smithfield, N. C, is home fcr the holidays. Misses Kathleen and Corinne An derson left Friday for McCormick, S C, for the holidays. Mr. Needie Edney- and Miss Lillie LIVER GETTING LAZY? May Bryan, of East Flat Rock were DOJTT STOP WORKING married last Sunday evening ai me Miss Brownie Morris leaves FridaV fnr Dunn. N. C. where she Will visit C. Scrutchm vnu 4" j ner sister, iirs. J. iioya vvaae. TLTi-o T 7 V w - i,T7A rotiirtif.;' from Atlaita' I f -fft W i & Miss Elizahcth Kelk ledvcs Friday for Atlanta to spend Chrismas- Miss Evelyn Turner lef A Friday to home of the bride, Rev. John Slattery officiating. After the ceremony a sum. ftous supper was served. The regular meeting, the last of tho year, or tne ureaier n?nuersuuH club will be held in the city hall on Friday nightthe night after Christ mas. Members are asked to be pres ent and strangers in the city are cor dially invited. Mrs. A. M. Gover and Mrs Moore spent Saturday in Asheville, shopping. Mr. G, B. Hart is visiting relatives fh without violence and in the city from Greensboro, Is. C. I puts you into shape without interfer Mr. Arthur Coffin is spending Xmas witn yQUr hal)its. This store guar, with his family on Flat Rock Drive, lt to be an that, and will give from Lynchburg, va. Take Dodson's Liier Tone ana uo About Your Business. It TYI11 Liv en Up Your Liver Without Harm. A. bilious attack or constipation can be relived in a short while by a spoon ful of Dodson's Liver Tone the mild, vegetable remedy that every druggist guarantee. . ' " , Just ask Justus Pharmacy about Dodson's Liver Tone. They know that it Is a harmless preparation that CORN AND TOMATO CLUBS. 5ES DiSAD. Xmas at Ninety Six,t S. C. Miss Lila Fisher of Flat Rock will entertain the children of the Cenfeder- i acy on Saturday afternoon Dec., 27th, Ifrom to 7.30 o'clock. The child- Miss Maude Schaffer of cnariotte, j ren -will meet at tfie station di Mr. and Mrs. McCall of Union, S. C, are visiting their daughter, Mrs. K. W. Cawthon. now the Boys and Girls Are Moving Things in the South. "More than 100,000 boys and girls in the south are teaching their elders how to improve the methods of farm ing," declared Dr. Wallace , Buttrick at the Shoreham hotel in Washington Saturday. Doctor Buttrick is secre tary of the general education board endowed by John D. Rockefeller, and now controlling a capital of $40,000, 000. . . ; ' - The late Doctor Knapp, who hegan farm demonstration work, is entitled to all the credit for starting a move. Dr. C. V. fishers, a nepnew r." W. S'matta of Hendersom J and a relative of a large number people in i Western Norm u died on Decemoer ai x of heart failure. Dr. Sinathers. mnAnd charge of the Pie uau o r .j .. . h fTr was a VIFI hospital oi uidi. i aboutflveStoonths ago to this seca where he had numerous menus will regret to learn of his death, remains were interred in the Nau cemetery at San Francisco. X. C, is visiting her Sister Mrs. E. W. Ewbank. tyEwbi miie .Annie Pegram Oates nas re- ssifern college at Lin. end the holiaays "Sd Mrs. R. M. o'clock and go out on the train and return on the 7.50 train. Misses Marie Lane and Edith Waldrop will chaper one the little party. Remember you save 50 cents on your subscription by renewing before Jan. U 1914. . . The following boys and girls have turned home from college to spend holidays : Misses Cora .Lott and (n Hfortr PaWffln SchOOJ, vjtvj c , . j M lirtca Piia .Torflan. State I collfee. Greensboro; Miss froih Atlanta, Ga.; Messrs Ie Jefferson Medical C61 Melphia; "Harry ; Hunter, VFloyd Elsbm, University ifolina, Chapel Hill, X. vEgerton, Wake Forest, Gover, University of ,tesviUe.".. . ; of Louisville, Ky., lof Mrs. W. R. Kirk, antees you your money back if you don t find Dodson's Liver Tone- gives you auick. easy relief. Dodson's Liver ,.Tone is for both ..Tirn una nnri children. It has a " .- - . . . pleasant taste, and is saie ana re. liable. The price is 50 cents for a large bottle,, and your 50 cents back to you if you tell Justus Pnarmacy that it hasn't been a benfit to you. . : Don't take calomel and don't buy imitations of Dodson's Liver Tone you may run into danger if . you do. -" Buy Dodson's the V medicine that Justus Pharmacy recommends and guarantees. adv. FLETCHER ROUTE 5(0. S News. THE USEFUL HAWK. . (Knoxville Sentinel.) .Naturalists have been inves nent that tt la heiifvraL will do more 1 5rir. t.tiA hawk to see whether ' - .i tV) a ariPiii v w nf auail as farmers ,iVnnnose. The first thins i gamine the cro f i in waa lu r Tnolro tho anth nrnsnerous than any other movement ever known, said Doctor ButtriclL to a Post report-1 er. "It was he wno conceived iu of taking the improved modern meth- !bawks that were killed JY irat - j frmpr in his J hv ivmntv heaters. field and showing him how to mane j found little evidence . . - , rrr TchorP on O . si v,., omnlp lllalCauuuo V two Diaaes oi Ba5S o'u" i quaii uui - . v;as erown before He started his CD fieids mice and squirrel- demonstration plan in the " southern states, and it grew and grew, until now the" federal government is spend- ''n this work. i .Li.- vnnninr:t)A amonntL-!vc Owls and haimib Vi iiei tJj, in. uic uc6".-o i ujiv-aw" - - - iiio mnr than $10,000. aisn taken under tne The 'general education board is help- j of the naturalists for tneir in? thp. government and tne states m ,Qoc is adraittea iu - chickens and daring in the huj them, but this kind is ra. nreys uponr b this work, and is contributing in the v: '. t ...... i fear s present 101 ma. 3d would be a copy o4 j - Mr; A. T.v HHart of Tryon, spent several daya with" relatives here re, cently. . Mr. J. P. Wilkie has been oa the sick list for a few days. The school at Oak Forest has stop ped two weeks for Xmas. Mr. S. H. Bagwell is visiting rela tives .and friends atv Fairview this vcek !' . - ; , .. " - ' 'ijiss Belle Ledbeter- is spending Xmas with her -parents in Rutherford. nff t V. Livincston spent the. day J in- Hendersonville 4 Saturday on busl- . Hi-i O TIT III neia mic. j. - . rnr, sa t 8 iitfh aamagc. .a A. A V. T 1111 . J i i a f 3AftnofV An of erain. aesviuj "The plans to invite several farm- j ia the ground and gnaw the irtT tr-'fnosn th tfwvUi. ts nf trees. Owl3 ovye CTB 111 U DCVMV W T ' vrM v r cds of th'e government experts, and to have them, with their own eyes see the wonderful results that follow. The ! outcome has been that all through the south the farmers have in. creased their products. They tl&ea to rafse ration and buy their food pro ducts. We have been, teaching them that they can raise cotton andy also their own cornT In many of the south ern states the corn, crop, this year was larger than ever in, the r history. . K- , "Corn clubs of boys and canning clubs of young women 'on the farm were the natural result of the demon stration work. The boys have been name to their melancholy voice really commit few depredatu the barnyard. Far-err, area to restrain , the natural PP of theeo birds are in the ma - tures that pry on the farni PPrh' of Charles. B. i-Remember you save ov wu r-p- - . - . . .. . rrt, hftfore jau. i states, ana are KhcTipr s.v.r ftarr.? win furnish tnem ' suDscncuon uy rc"cn-0 . I . - - . . 7. , . - r- ... iinr tho nroduco of the farm o, . . ..-I roarveiousiy crirla' tannins clubs. The ou men" started in to plant an sb of vegetables and, to can v wnfir h-c erovn so Tn that 40.000 of them a enBi it today. "The girls of Ms. supplying one of .the big ra.i yearly, althe canned Zood I 'copy until Dec. 31." 1 1; 1914. it." - : .