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Lockhart Junction, May 15.?This is the 15th day of May and still dry and it seems to be looking gloomj for cotton and the farmers are get ting blue for there is no good stan< of cotton and it is getting late nov for cotton. Some think their see< will not come up. No one know! what the future will bring. Thos< who have old cotton on hand will like ly get a good price for it. Mr. A. D. Plexico and I were ii Cherokee county last week spending a few days visiting relatives an< friends. Also visited the county seat Gaffney. We stopped at the home of Mr Doc Webber. Also Mr. M. C. Lowr and Mrs. John Lowry, near Wilkins ville, where we were treated with kin< hospitality. Sunday we were at Elbethe church, where memorial services wer neia. met many t.neroKee people am some from other sections as severa counties were represented. A ver large gathering of people were pres ent to take part in the memorial ser vices. Mothers' Day was observed also a part of the program. There was i program for the children, many littl children saying speeches. Musi was furnished by the string band o Gaffney with the organ player. Th music was fine. Rev. Pentuff am Prof. Dobson of Gaffney were sp'.ik ers for the occasion. Well, I am saying a good deal abou this, but now I will have to tell yoi about that good dinner which wa spread out for everybody on a loni table well-filled. I imagine if tha table could have talked it would hav groaned and said, "Eeat it up quick for I want to get rid of my burden. Well, boys, there is where I did jus tice to myself, eating and talking t the ladies. I was invited to the closing exer vises 01 trie ttisnop school, but wa away. I guess Vero will tell abou it. Will say I was at Wesley's Chape Friday, the 5th of May, at the closi'ni of that school. My letter of las week did not tell the name of th school, only said Mr. W. H. Johnso: was teacher. I stopped at the hospitable horn of Mr. Ashmore Vanderford, wher we spent the night while in that sec tion. Messrs. W. R. Elliott and W. H Barton of Clemson wtih Mr. Carnel of Union, our demonstration workei were all at the Gault school house las Thursday night, where they mad good talks on various subjects o farming and growing clover and oth er things for the land. These talk were very interesting, as we shouli sow more clovers and such as t< build up our lands. And then w would not have to use any fertilizer ?dJLL.knoy one man who doesn't buy an; guano now for he has improved' hi land by sowing and his land has im proved so much now that he doesn' need to buy fertilizer. We all ough to do the same. Moxy. ELFORD GROVE. Elford Grove, May 15.?The weath er still continues dry and it looks a if everything will burn up. The tfar dens are needing rain very badly. The Sunday school at Elford i still improving. We hope to see ; larpre crowd out next Sunday as it i Rev. Mr. Thrasher's preachinp day We were ^lad to see Mr. T. S. Little john last Sunday. He made a fin talk, which all enjoyed. Mr. Little john, we will be plad to have yoi wi'th us airaiu. Rev. L. M. Rice wa also with us. Rev. Mr. Justus als< made a fine talk. We are alway jrlad to have these jrood men with us Mr. C. G. West of Jonesville was ; visitor with us at Elford last Sunday Come and be with us. We welcom one and all. Misses Estell Home of Union an< Misses Ruby Home of Jonesville wa visi'tinjr in this community Sunda; and attended Sunday school. Mr. Robert Home and wife am Miss Rosa Home of Union visitei relatives in this community Sunday Mrs. Cyntha Home of Elford ha returned from Union, where she ha been visiting relatives. Little Edna Orr returned last Sat urday from Union, where she ha been visiting her jrrandmother, Mrs Noland. Another old Veteran, Mr. Merti Ckour .... I U.i. I - ' it .ninn, ?WUJ OULUI'UUy HI Ul III funeral was at Gilead cemetery Sun day. Mr. M. C. Gault of I.ockhart June tion and A. D. Plexico of Elford wen to Wilkinsville last week on business We are glad to know little Adelin Edmonds at I.ockhart Junction is stil improving. A large crowd of the Elford Grov' people went to Thickety last weel fishing and they report a fine tim and plenty of fish stew to eat, whicl all enjoyed. "Blue Eyes." POSITIVE EVIDENCE from any people who have beei cured of Eczema by using is proof of its merit. Try it today Sold only by us, 60c and $1.00. ladfWtlaC to tbo Palo and Slcklj chin 'to N ?C?d rfyaTou H*ltffi.tarkk?tMBlo9d4idlwlnii]pth(iri tea. A true took. For adatt> and chlldrta SO It's a short honeymoon that last till the furniture is paid for. 3 Study F< i ' Food provided 1 3 serves the careful t e wife. Do you use baking powder? I The quality of 1 quickly raised flour upon the kind of b j Royal Baking - cream of tartar deri absolutely pure an< lence for making f< i wholesomeness for j y Royal Baking P nor phosphate. ROYAL BAKI] [ Ne e p f ' \ NEW HOPE New Hope, May 15.?The weath still continues dry. Farmers are at u leisure now. Very little is being do R and with no work to do some ha *7 been going fishing and having picni The entertainment at the Bish e school Friday night was quite a si JJ cess. A large crowd attended. E erybody enjoyed the occasion a teacher for her good work in teac 0 ing and training the pupils. I t sure we all have been fortunate " have her as our teacher. We had wi R us our superintendent of educatii Mr. Hope, and Miss Alsie Smil , which they formed a rural communi ! club and we all enjoyed having th( 'f I with us. Dont forget the Children's Day c ercises at New Hope third Sundi n May 21st. The 26th of May at the Bish e school house there will be given e play and will have small admissi for benefit of the church. Everybo j invited to come. |j A good crowd attended the missic ary meeting at Mrs. B. M. Beckn ' Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Palmer i ~ tended the closing exercises of Bish school and spent the week-end wi parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Bishop, j Miss Myrtle Reeves of Ced Grove visited Miss Martha Lee Fo 0 ler last week. f There were several visitors at t t" home of Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Whitlo ^ k Sunday. . h Mrs. H. I. Horton of Columbia t tended the closing exercises at Bish ^ school. Vero. KELTON ~ Kelton, May 15.?The farmers a _ mostly idle now, but will soon ha 3 plenty of work to do. Some few _ them have commenced to chop c cotton. Mine does not need any thi s nInga Miss Ash, who has been teachii s the McGowing school, closed h school last Friday and Saturday. T . patrons gave a picnic with a 1) e pot of hash with chickens, ham a ill lUiM/nn 4--%. ' 1 _ uii ^uuvi tiuii^n iu tfilL. noUI 1 j or 150 persons were present to e s ^oy themselves in a social way a 0 eat to their satisfaction. Everythii s passed off in a perfect manner, i . being pleased. These good peop a have an annual picnic at the close . their school. Miss Ash will leave f e her home in York county the 151 As I only gave mention of the Sta 1 reunion at Rock Hill in a recent no s I will give a word or two more. y Inman, A. G. Bentley and I left i the early morning Southern train . I April 24th and on the way met oth 1 Good Decoration Henry B Artistic V Samples of Now Patterns Skowi at Y M. c. R * b Praetlcal Palm B Phon I >od Values for the family table dehought of every housethought when buying cake, biscuits and all foods depends largely aking powder used. Powder is made from ved from grapes. It is 1 has proved its excel 1 _ C ?L . ? . ? juu ui niiesi quality ana generations. owder contains no alum NG POWDER CO. w York comrades. We made connections at Spartanburg, but had to lay over ier about eight hours at Blacksburg, got a dinner and supper and the old Vet? ne passed off part of the time in an old ve time experience meeting- Well, I did not know there were so much sheep op stealers during the war. One old ,c_ brother said he never stole anything, ;v_ another said to him, "You made a n(j mighty poor soldier then." One told ,h_ while in Virginia, he and another im friend were planning for a chicken to raid. Said he knew where there were plenty, but his friend must do the )n climbing. The other said all right, th' so they struck out that night. When ty they got to the old negro's house ;m where they were to get their game they stopped near the old negro's ,Xt door. The old gray haired negro was Xyt down at his evening devotion praying for the poor, hungry and cold Conop federate soldiers, asking the good a Lord to feed and take care of them nn and let them tret hark home to their (jy mothers and wives and chfldren. Said he to the other fellow, "We will not ,n_ take any of his chickens." The other ell fellow said, "Psham, don't talk that way, we will pet them. I know where there is a had nepro; we will pet op his." So they went and pot his. We th left Blacksburp that nipht via Hickory Grove and York and landed at ar Rock Hill about 11 p. m. and was imw_ mediately assipned to our homes and cars to carry us there. There was he no tentinp out or lyinp on cots, but ck everyone had a pood bed to sleep in and supper and breakfast serveo 4iuL jt- we all eat dinner in a larpe hall, op where the pood ladies waited on us. Of all the reunions I have ever attended Rock Hill is in the lead. The Winthrop collepe pave us a reception one eveninp and we surely had a rp pood time with all those pretty pirls. vp Two of them took me up in the chapel where they were to have sinpinp, etc., and my old friend, J. G. Lonp, n_ Sr., treated me rather bad. I introduced them to him and he took charpe of one of them. Well, that was all er ripht, for if a fellow can be talked to death one can do that. After the sinpinp we were carried in to another |i(j room and was served cream and cake by those sweet pirls. I was assipned to the home of Rev. R. A. Miller, ml one of my old company, and a Presn r hyterian minister and he and Mrs. I Miller know how to make one feel (j.? at home. G. T. G. Whenever You Need n General Tonic ^ Take Grove's The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is equally valuable as a te General Tonic because it contains Che well known tonic propertiesof QUININE r>r. and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Daves r>n out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and cr Builds up the Whole System. 50 centa. alMaderate^m osch Co.'s /all Papers ear Norn. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED AMSEY ler and Decorater ie aos-J WAS UNABLE TO WORK FOR SIXTEEN MONTHS Greenville Man Says His Ailments Made Him a Complete Wreck. ALL TREATMENT FAILED W. R. Henson f>ays Not Until Ho Took Tanlac Did He Got Roliof. Gainod 10 Pounds on 3 Bottles. "Tanlac is the best medicine I have ever tried and it has improved my health so much that I can work now, though my ailments had made me a complete wreck and had kept me from working for sixteen (16) months," declared W. R. Henson, a carpenter, who resides on Grave Road, near Augusta St., in the Cherokee Park Suburb or Qreenvflle, S. C. The case of Mr. Haneen ik one of the most remarkable in Greenville which has yet come to the attention of the Tanlac representative. Mr. Henson had kidney and bladder trouble so badly that his health was undermined and his strength was lost. From October, 1914, until a few weeks ago, when he began to take Tanlac, Mr. Henson had been unable to find anything which would give him satisfactory results. He said he gained ten (10) pounds while taking the first three bottles of Tanlac. Just three bottles of "The Master Medicine" made an almost new man of him, said Mr. Henson, and he is strong and sincere in his praise of this wonderful preparation. He considers remarkable the relief it gave him. Mr. Henson's statement follows : "T suffered from a very bad form of kidney and bladder trouble from October, 1914. I had keen pains in my back and left side. After this trouble hit me, my health gave way completely and I became too weak to work. I did nothing but the lightest kind of work around the house until after I began taking Tanlac. I lost much weight as a result of my ailments, and I had absolutely no energy. One of the most distressing symptoms I had was that T had absolutely no control over the bladder muscles. "I sought treatment from many qualified persons and I was told that I had catarrh of the bladder. I also tried many medicines but obtained no ouuj.iiciv.wi; icauus in any case until I bepan Tanlac. "My daughter had been for some time an interested reader of the testimonials of those who had been aided by Tanlac, and she finally convinced me that Tanlac was the medicine I needed, It was exactly the j^fdjcine I needed, as later was proved. "Tanlac Rave me wonderful relief. I pained ten (10) pounds and have taken only three bottles. T can do much work now, and, as an illustration of the heavy work I can do, I today lifted a heavy piece of timber and carried it across the lot. That shows how much my strength has increased. I work a preat deal more now that I have for sixteen months?since this trouble hit me. I feel so much better in every way. If it had not been for Tanlac I puess I would be in bad shape now sure enouph. "It certainly does make me feel so pood to be able to work apain. I am much livelier now, and my kidneys have been repulated and strenpthened. That is the very thinp which makes me happy?mv preatest trouble has been relieved by Tanlac. ?v?o T 1 a vo, ici nuiii y v an i vvu.umrini 'I'anlac. It is the best medicine I have ever tried. I have taken throe bottles and I know it is doing for me what it is advertised to do?and more." Tanlac, the master medicine, is sold by Palmetto Drug Co., Union; Jonesville Drug Co., Jonesville; Lockhart Mills Store, Lockhart; Buffalo Drug Co., Buffalo; R. J. Fowler, Monarch; B. G. Wilburn & Son, Cross Keys, S. C.?Advertisement. When a mother begins to tell her children how smart their father is they look at her as reproachfully as if they thought she was losing her mind. Delicate Woman Is Truly Grateful For Stella Vitae H 3 E Mrs. Paralee. Frazier, of Long- w (view, Tex., who had been in bad E health lor two years, writes this E heartfelt letter in behalf of this ^ ^ great preparation for women. R fl "I have taken a few bottles of STELLA fl A VITAE and am now almost well from a j ^ 'on* siege of sickness. I cannot say too lb W much for this wonderful medicine. I had E taken other female medicines for two years I 1 with no srood results. I sin frulv irraf.tnl ^ for the good Stella Vltae has done for me." . MRS. PARALEE F HAZIER. ? fi STELLA. VITAE iaguaranteed. ' If you are not benefited with the ^ k first bottle, your money back if I you want it. Do not delay. Begin I I taking it now. At your dealers' ^ in $1 bottles. h I THACHER MEDICINE CO.. 4 CHATTANOOGA. TENN. ? 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