25c BO 3
A Skin Bleach or Whiten*
removing all blemishes an
low complexions and ca
Whiter. Don't envy a cl<
tone Skin Whitener and li
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TT 11/11 UOIUVO 11111
Dear Sirs: Send me by return
mail two boxes of Cocotone Skin
Whitener and three cakes of Coco.
tone Skin Soap. They are fine and
I do not care to be without them.
Enclosed is money order for $1.25.
CLARA M. JACKSON.
Dear Friends: Your Cocotone
Skin Whitener is the finest thing
I ever saw. My skin was very
dark and the first box has made
it many shades lighter, and my
friends all ask me what I have
been using. Enclosed you will
find $2.00. Please send me six
* boxes of Skin Whitener and two
cakes of soap.
ANNA M. WHITE.
For Sale by Palmetto Drug C
I SPECIALnADVERTISEMENTS |
FOR SALE?One Smith Premier
Typewriter, No. 2, in Rood shape;
$15 cash will buy it. Address C. E.
Hicks, Union, S. C. 37-1-pd
FOR SALE?Leather collars and bridles.
Great values at the price.
People's Supply Co. tf
MONEY on real estate on long and
easy terms. J. E. Minter, Financial
Cor. Union County.
FOR SALE?An old-fashioned suit
of bedToom furniture, solid walnut,
also a three-cornered cupboard,
solid walnut. Apply to The Times
WANTED?Tin Foil# Bottles, Rubbers,
Junk?a little bit from each
family would make a pile as big
as the courthouse. Lets try it and
see. Ways and Means Committee,
A. R. C.
FOR RENT?Two farms, pood land,
water and pasture near; good dwellings
and outbuildings on same.
See V. E. Lawson, Buffalo, S. C.
' LOST?A gold bracelet, between the
Dickert house and Main street, this
week. Finder please notify C. B.
Sparks at The Wonder store. 37-1
FOR SALE?Ferns of all kinds and
all sizes, potted. Apply to Sara L.
Humphries, Phone 332-J. 34-tf
GOOD FARMS TO RENT or work on
shares. 1). W. Young. 37-1
FOR SALE?Registered Red Poll Bull
Calves. See R. B. Gilliam. 35-4
TO ERADICATE DANDRUFF usi.
Huiet's Hair Tonic. For sale by
Palmetto Drug Co., 'Phone No. 7.
WANTED?Material for a rummage
1 _ Tt_i.ii ? l
saie. unui quarters are seurea
leave at Times office or the Edisonia
theatre. No one will call
you for this, it is purely voluntary
giving?not begging and the money
made goes to help your boy or your
neighbors. Help us get this sale up.
Ways and Means Committee A. R.
AT THE WONDBR?Shoes, Shoes,
Shoes. Shoes for Ladies, Shoes for
Misses, Shoes for Children and
Shoes for Men, up-to-date styles,
better values for less money. At
"HUYLER'S" right off of ice, just
give the clerk her address, and he
will do the rest. For sale by Palmetto
Drug Co. ?
'OR RENT?Cottage on N. Church
street near J. E. Kirby's. Citizens
Real Estate & Loan Company.
SILK DRESSES, Coats, Coat Suits
and everything ready to wear, are
now ready for your inspection. You
are cordially invited to look them
over at The Wonder.
Cadillac Company of Spartanburg,
S. C., controls the following counties
for the sale of the wonderful
Cadillar car, the "Standard of the
World" Anderson, Abbeville,
Cherokee, Greenville, Greenwood,
Laurens, Oconee, Pickens, Spartanburg,
Union. Model 57?1918 Cadillac
now ready for delivery. Literature
on request. Piedmont Cadillac
TO THE PUBLIC?This is to notify
# our friends and patrons that we
have installed a telephone. Our
number is 756-Ii. At your service.
"HUIET'S LINIMENT" never fails to
Kive complete satisfaction. For
sale by Palmetto I>rugr Co.
* " X K
?r for dark or brown skin,
d clearing swarthy or salusing
the skin to Grow
ear complexion use Cocotave
NK OF COCOTONE.
Dear Sirs: I find that Cocotone
Skin Whitener is the best preparation
I have ever used to clear
the skin, and wish you would mail
me two boxes at once.
(Signed) MRS. C. P. JOHNSON.
Do not accept substitutes or
CUT THIS OUT
THE COCOTONE CO.,
I have never used Cocotone
Skin Whitener, but if you will
send me a 25c box free, will be
pleased to try it. I enclose six 2c
stamps to cover cost of mailing,
}o., Union, S. C. .
FOR SALE?Forty-one acres of land,
4 room cottage, 2Vfc miles east of
Monarch Coton Mills. D. Fant Gilliam.
FOR SALE?Horse and buggy. Good,
gentle horse and buggy used only
one month. Terms reasonable. Apply
to Mrs. Laura Holcombe or The
Union Times Co. 37-1-pd
WANTED?To rent 4 to 6 room
house, close in, some conveniences. |
Address Box 377, City. 35-tf
LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN?A
light, bay horse from the pasture on
Douglass place, near Sedalia, on
Sept. 5th or 6th. Had star in face
and about 4 years old. Will pay
all expenses. Any information leading
to recovery. Phone or write J.
A. Wilburn, Union, S. C., R. 3. 37-1
FOR SALE?Ford roadster, in good
condition. Apply to C. W. Miller.
WANTED?Two lads to learn the
printing business and feed presses.
Must be apt to learn and decide to
make this a life business. Good opening
for right boys. Wages small
at beginning. The Union Times.
LOST?In Union, open face gold
watch. "Mid" engraved on back;
in leather wrist case. Finder please
return to Miss Maud B. Goforth at
Nicholson Bank & Trust Co. 37-1-pd
COAL COAL! Buy your winter
supply now. Good Coal at reasonable
price. Let me figure with vou.
J. W. Gilbert. 37-tf
FOR SALE?My home place, consisting
of 176 acres 2% miles from
Union Courthouse on public road
Vt mile off Appalachian Highway.
Good eight room house and all necessary
outbuildings, fine well of
_ water, fine pasture with living
stream. For further information
see Theo. Eison. 36-4
UNION COUNTY SUNDAY
Will Meet With Padgett's Creek Baptist
Church Sept. 30, 1917.
10:00 A. M.?Devotional and organization.
10:30 A. M.?"An Ideal Sunday
School"?A. Finch, W. T. Kennett.
11:15 A. M.?Sermon?J. T. Dittlejohn,
L. M. Rice.
1 1:45 P. M.?"How Can We Enlist
All Our Church Members in the Sunday
School?"?George P. White, C. T.
2:30 P. M.?"The Country Sunday
School Problem"?J. T. Littlejohn, E.
3:15 P. M.?"The Sunday School ,
and the Bible"?L. M. Rice(/ J. D. ,
EVER SALIVATED BY
Calomel ia Quicksilver and Acts Like
HonamiU An V?... ( J.
aiamatv VII A VU1 til V CI |
Calomel loses you a day! You
know what calomel is. It's mercury;
quicksilver. Calomel is dangerous.
It crashes into sour bile like dyna- 1
mite, cramping and sickening you.
Calomel attacks the bones and should
never be put into your system.
When you feel bilious, sluggish,
constipated and all knocked out and
believe you need a dose of dangerous
calomel just remember that your
druggist sells for 50 cents a large
bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone, which
is entirely vegetable and pleasant to
take and is a perfect substitute for
calomel. It is guaranteed to start i
your liver without stirring you up in- ?
side, and can not salivate.
Don't take calomel! It makes you
sick the next day; itdoses you a day's
work. Dodson's Liver Tone straightens
you Tight up and you feel great.
Give it to the children because it is
perfectly harmless and doesn't gripe.
\ PURELY PERSONAL |
Miss Marie Garner has returned to
her school duties at Blackstock. ^
Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Bobo of Sedalia K
were visiting in the city on Tuesday. 1
Miss Carrie Young is the guest of tl
Miss Cornelia Mayer in Newberry. d
Mr. Robert Nance of Adamsburg
was in Union Thursday on business. c|
Misses Lizzie and Pearl Pittman of c'
Carlisle were visitors in Union on Sat- *
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Mauldin mo- s>
tored to Winnsboro and Columbia this p
Hon. A. C. Mann of Greenville was n
a visitor in the city for a few days ]a
this week. f(
Mr. and Mrs. Clanton Estes are the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Gilliam 111
on South street. n
Mrs. R. A. Easterling has returned '
from an extended visit to relatives in c<
Pittsfield, Mass. si
Miss Erline Vaughan and Miss Lindsay
Scott of Jonesville were visitors al
to Union Saturday.
Misses Elizabeth Jeter and Polly
T-l? -r O x i S(
ucier ui oaiuuc were snopping in the ^
city on Saturday.
Mrs. L. L. Wagnon and family left w
Friday for Belton to visit Mrs. David
Geer for several days.
Miss Marie Wilburn left Tuesday 01
for Greenville to enter the Green- in
ville Woman's college. ti
Mrs. J. T. A. Ballew has returned j
to her home in Laurens, after a visit
to relatives in the county.
Misses Thelma and Louise Jackson
have returned from a visit to relatives
and friends in Spartanburg.
Dr. B. F. Walker of Coleraine sent
the editor some fine pears this week,
which were highly appreciated.
Lt. W. L. Feaster of Camp Jackson L(
spent the week-end at home, return- th
ing to Columbia Sunday afternoon. m
Miss Hazel Salley, who-is teaching
at Kelton, will spend the week-end gg
with Miss Mary Rice on S. Church ,
Mrs. J. Frost Walker, Jr., and sons
have returned to Union after a
month's visit to Capt. Walker in Co
Messrs. R. A. Easterling and A. W. ai
Cheshire returned Sunday from a visit 'h
to New York, Washington and other
Mr'. Ernest Green of Hawthorne, S. th
C., spent the week-end with friends in
in Union, returning home Sunday uf- be
Mr. Jacob Cohen left Sunday afternoon
for the Northern markets to pur- r1'
chase the fall and winter stock for the
J. Cohen store. L]
Mrs. Harry Storm returned Thursday
afternoon from a week's visit to
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Wyld,
Mr. B. F. McKellar, Jr., and Misses
Nora and Sue McKellar of Greenwood
are the guests of Mrs. W. W. Summer ar
on South street. at
Mrs. O. J. Meyer of Lockhart and ai.
her house guest, Miss Hutto cf to
Springfield, were shopping in the city th
on Wednesday. to
Mrs. Charles B. Counts left Wednes- J"
day morning for Asheville to spend
some time with her cousins, Mr. and
Mrs. E. J. Pepper. ^
Mrs. D. H. Wallace and daughter, ca
Miss Sallie Wallace, returned this ta
week from their summpr hnmo in A
Unaka Springs, Tenn. ve
Miss Elizabeth Arthur attended the ev
dance at the Cleveland in Spartanburg ^
last week and was the guest of Mrs. fr,
Walter Montgomery. * Ba
Mrs. B. G. Clifford, who has been in
Chester for several weeks with her ^
daughter, Mrs. H. S. Adams, returned
to the city Monday.
Miss Jenny Colson, who is teaching ha
the Beaverdam school, spent the week- ^
end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M
J. Colson, on E. Main street. ?h
Mr. Robert Colson, who has been h.1
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
J. Colson, left Wednesday for Philadelphia
to join his company. M
Mr. James Betenbaugh, who has
been desperately ill with appendicitis,
is slowly recovering, and his friends
wish for him complete recovery.
Misses McCutcheon have returned fu
to their home after a fortnight's visit fu
to relatives at Seneoa and Mr. and \Q]
Mrs. Arthur Cottingham at Green- 0f
Mrs. Davis Jeffries was called to .
Spartanburg last week on account of
the serious illness of her brother, Mr.
J. Ebb Jeffries, who was at the Steed- ,r
Mr. Perry White, who has held a fr
position with Glymph's Pharmacy for th
some months, has resigned and accepted
a similar position with Wingfield
in Columbia. or
Mrs. J. E. Tinsley and children are u]
in Chester the guests of Mrs. S. W. gi
Pryor, for several days. S. W. Pryor, dt
Jr., who has been visiting here, re- hi
turned with them. r<
i I '
Shelton, Sept. 10.?There was a p
ic at the Crosbyville school house
ist Saturday. Refreshments w<
irved on the ground and the proce*
ent to the ball team. There was
aod attendance and the picnic pro\
uite a success. The Monarch h
sajn met the Crosbyville team
le latter's diamond. The game w
icided in favor of Monarch, 9 to
Cotton picking is the order of t
?y. Everyone seems to be busy a
1 the job. The price is declining,
in't see any reason why, for if
ie crops in the cotton belt are li
irs in this section it should bri
) cents a pound. I see Senator Smi
lys he is going to look into why t
:ice of cotton is declining, so
irmers think there should be son
ling done for if the farmer fails t
erchant fails and just a few spec
tors get the whole. Now is the tii
>r the farmer* to organize tlv
irm loan associations, get th
oney and hold their cotton. T1
oney is available and ran ho sarin
a very low rate of interest.
Mrs. V. H. Kettlfcs, who has be
mfined to her home for some til
ck, is improving very slowly. ^
>pe for her a speedy recovery.
Mrs. Mary E. Dickerson is quite si
her home near Shelton.
On account of the sickness of o
acher, Miss Nettie Sandifer, o
hool will not open on Monday, Se|
?th. We will announce later the o
ling of the school. We hope s
ill soon be well and at her duties.
The fox hunters came down a
ied some of the red foxes hut doi
ink they had any luck. There w
e good fiddler and one good danc
the crowd. This Pea Ridger m
e Shelton dancer on the floor a
t they had some old time dancin
haven't learned which was award
e prize, but I think it was in fav
the Pea Ridge man, for he was t
ggest footed and kept the best tin
A. B. C.
ate of South Carolina,
Notice is hereby given that Mi
iila Sprouse Alexander, widow
e late Ed Sprouse, has filed wi
b a petition praying that a horn
ead be set off to her and her min
ildren in the lands owned by t
id Ed Sprouse at the time of h
ath. R. C. WILLIAMS,
Clerk of Court.
Sept. 4, 1917. 30
NOTICE TO TEACHERS.
All teachers, both white and colore
e requested to call at the office
e County Superintendent of Educ
>n at the County Court House
lion to secure a list of latest adop
books and course of study, so th
ey may govern themselves accor
?ly as books that have heretofo
en used cannot in many instanc
used the coming school term.
By order of the County Board <
lucation. J. H. Hope,
FT YOUR CORNS
OFF WITH FINGEIt
lis How to Loosen a Tender Co:
or Callus So It Lifts Out
You reckless men and women wl
e pestered with corns and who ha
least once a week invited an awf
ath from lockjaw or blood pois<
e now told by a Cincinnati authori
use a drug called freezone, whii
e moment a few drops are applii
any corn or callus the soreness is r
ved and soon the entire corn or ct
!, root and all, lifts'off with the fi
Freezone dries the moment it is a
ed, and simply shrivels the corn >
llus without inflaming or even iri
ting liic amruunuiiik tissue or ski
small bottle of freezone will co
ry little at any of the drug store
t will positively rid one's feet
ery hard or soft corn or hardent
llus. If your druggist hasn't ai
iezone he can get it at any whol
le drug house for you.
Mr. C. T. Murphy was called
larlotte, N. C., last week on accoui
the serious illness of his mothe
rs. Maria L. Murphy. Mrs. Murpl
s been in Charlotte for sometin
siting her granddaughter, Mrs. Or<
oore, and it is at her home whe
e is ill.
5MONS WHITEN ANI)
BEAUTIFY THE SKI
ike This Beauty Lotion Cheaply fi
Ydur Face, Neck, Arms and
At the cost of a small jar of or<]
ry cold cream one can prepare
11 quarter pint of the most wonde
I lemon skin softener and comple
i beautifiier, by squeezing the jui<
two fresh lemons into a bottle c6
ining three ounces of orchard whil
ire should be taken to strain tl
ice through a fine cloth so no lem<
ilp gets ,in, then this lotion will kei
ssh for months. Every worm
ows that lemon juice is used
sach and remove such blemishes
eckles, sallowness and tan and
e ideal skin softener, whitener ai
Just try it! Get three ounces
chard white at any drug store ai
ro lemons from the grocer and ma
? a quarter pint of this sweetly fr
ant lemon lotion and massage
ily into the face, neck, arms a
,nds. It ig marvelous to smooth
ugh, red hands.
31 GET START
ith 3 The longer you put ofT
we 3 ACCOUNT the less chance
^e" H financially independent in la
'u~ B\ You can spare a dollar fr
e'r ,*iat *s a" >'ou nee<^ open a
c.,r W\ est, compounded twice a yea
ed BV injr bank.
rne Rmslie Nicholson, J. Roy
S NEW FALL
(tr. 8 ,
he 8 Our new Stetson and Knox I
ie- Si the latest creations. Millinery
g be proud of.
? Also new Neckwear, just fr<
I mans latest lads.
New Interwoven Stockings fo
Bostonian and Barry Shoes f<
Call and look over these New
glad to show them.
: | Union Clothi
s "The New Way
JI Buy Accc
s To Your
% If you can afford to
t priced Shoes, by all
t them: but do not b1
p. anything else extrav
Z have many styles of
"i store ranging in price
?J From $2.50 t(
to Plenty of Moderat
nr' Good Shoi
I $4.00, $4.50,
x And Quite a f
$5.50 to $'
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Z DON'T ST1
S DON'T WA
t jr. Coi
? Union's BEST S
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WON. S. C. 1C
opening a WINGS
you have of jecominj;
oni your next pay?and *
md account at \',\ inter- I
ir, with this safe, jrrow- i
Fant, M. A. Moore.
i President. Cashier.
iats are here in all p
that a man should p
3m Broadway, Alt- 5
r Men, the best Sox K
31* Men. p
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ing Co. |
ay shoes or I
shoes in this t
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