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FOR CONFERENCE
METHODISTS ARE TO HOLD AN
NUAL MEETING LATE IN
NOV .iCER.
O .*_--, inr
to the Souti: Car.1 ln
:erence, w ;ih is to co*"n l ..1
rion Nover:-Jer 2S. _More tha Z 0 d !
egates, con:sisting of iinisters a.
leading men in every walk of life lre:
all over castern South Carolina are ex
pected. The conference will exten
through Sunday, December 3.
The committee on assignments con
sisting of W. Stackhouse, chairman
J. M. Monroe, secretary; H. A. Lewis
J. J. Brown, W. F. Stackhouse an
the Rev. D. M. McLeod, ex-offici
member, is now busily engaged in find
ing homes for the delegates durin
their stay in Marion. Return post
cards will be mailed out to the dele
gates a week or so in advance of th
time that'they are to arrive here giv
ing the names of their hosts. Thes
ds will contain blanks to be fille
by the delegates, stating time an
mode of arrival, are to be maile
back to the hosts.
Secretary J. M. Monroe has made u
a double index containing the name
of the delegates and the hosts. He i
now in a position to sy4tematicall
handle assignments. He desires tha
hosts having particular friends amon
the delegates see him now and mak
requests for them. The committee o
entertainment, of which the committe
on assignments is a part, consists c
15 members and the various divIsion
of it will function as they are needed
Citizens of Marion have expresse
pleasure at having the conferenc
meet here and will do all in their pow
or to make it a success.
Baptists to Meet in Rook Hill.
Rock Hill-The Baptist state convex
tion will be held with the first Bag
tist church here December 5, 6 and
amwandlocal committees are already bus
with the plans for the entertainmen
of the delegates expected to attend th
sessions. It is expected that fror
500 to 600 delegates and visitors wil
be here, and this week the local com
mittee, of which L. D. Pitts is genera
chairman, will canvass the city to se
cure homes for the visitors.
The Baptist state convenfton met i
Rock Hill six or seven years ago an
the delegates who attended that co'
vention who may be returned her
next month will find many change
and note evidences of great progres
Sby their denomination in Rock Hi:
during the period elapsed. When th
convention met here before most c
the sessions were held in the Fira
Presbyterian church, as the audit<
rium of the old Baptist church o
Hampton street was inadequate to a<
commodate the delegates. Those wh
return, will find the First Baptis
congregation the possessor of a mot
ern and commodious house of wol
ship, and one of the most moder
Sunday school plants to be foun
anywhere.
~J. Lawton, of Hartsville, is pres
dent of the convention and will pre
side over the sessions prior to th
election of a new president. W. (
Allen, of Dillon, is stated clerk, andi
is expected that his report will sho1
inaterial growth in the work of th
denomination along ,all lines of et
deavor since the last annual meeting
probably one of the most importarn
reports will be that submitted by th
.E. Burts, D. D., general secre
~fthe convention. This yea
winds up the third year of the $75,000
000 campaign *of the denominatiot
$7,000,000 of which is being raised i
South Carolina.
Teachers Organize.
Laurens. .--With about 80 teacher
sent, the Laurenls' County Teaci
is' association was reorganized at th
rst meeting of the members thi
hool year. The organization wa
rfected by- the re-election of J. E
itherspoonl, superintendent of th
inton graded school, as president c
o association; Miss Minnie WallacE
nipal of the Mountville school, vic
resident, and Ralph T. Wilson, count
superintendent of education. secretar
and treasurer.
It was decided at this meeting t
hold the annual athletic and oratorica
contests for all the schools of th
county on the first Friday in April.
Will Stage Fair at Timmonsville.
'Tmmonsville. - The Timmonsvill
community fair will be In full blas
here November 23. It promises to b
a great success, being backed b
prominent business men and publi
spirited women of the town. D.
Simmons. a veteran fair man, ha
been elected presIdent of the organ
zat and S. A. Williams, secretar
an d' reasurer. The Rev. R. P. Turne1
the, Rev. H. G. Williams and J.
Keith, assisted by County Agent i
.Ward N'cLendonl, are the active man
agrs.
MOUNT ZION NEWS
The Study Center for the teachers
of Fairfield county met at the Com
munity House in Winnsboro on Sat
u1iay morning November the 4th.
About forty teachers were present.
_?'iz Dessie Poag, of Winthrop Col
lege, who will conduct the course in
methods was present. After Miss
Poag's recitation, the teachers ad
iourned to go to the mass meeting
of citizens called for, discussion of
roads foi Fairfield county.
There are sixty seven teachers in
SFairfield county. What a force these
educated men and women could ex
n. Meeting every two weeks as
they (1o, they should take note of cur
rent affairs in the county. Teachers
are, or ought to be, leaders in their
communities. The Study center could
be made a clearing house for ideas.
each teacher carrying back to his
community what he gets by contact
with his fellows.
The attendance last Saturday was!
by far the largest yet had. Forty out
of sixty seven was a pretty good per
centage. Nothing would increase the
confidence of the people in those who
teach their children than earnest,
faithful attendance on these teacher's
meetings. Mr. Average American
sees a great deal more than he is giv
en credit for. He knows pretty well
who is giving value received and is a
tolerable judge of evidence.
The Fourth Grade is a bit vain over
getting all the visitors-but their van
ity is the kind worth while, the brand
marked "self respect". The teachers
of the county use the fourth grade
room for their Akeetings every two
weeks. The flower boxes, pot plants,
autumn leaves, and "hallowe'en dec
orations last Saturday were much not
iced and admired.
Mt. Zion's foot-ball team sufferel
overwhelming defeat at Fort Mill last
Friday. The team offered no alibi.
They were simply beaten. But a de
feat is a small thing provided a good
hard clean fight was put up. In fact
a good beating is sometimes desirable.
Every man who tries to do anything
in this world must learn to meet dis
appointment and keep his fighting
I spirit. It is not defeat that matters.
It is how a man takes it. Nothing
tests "gameness" so much as a defeat.
The fellow who car lose, and smile,
and try again is the man who wmli
finally win. "Are we down-hearted"?
INO!
; The girls are practicing hard for
basket ball. The interest is high.
We will put out a good team and we
expect Winnsboro to back it up.
i We hear occasionally from the
;boys and girls of last year's class.
All of them seem to be making good.
Mt. Zion expects-and has a right to.
expect good reports of them.
Why is it that Alumni of Colleges
seem so willing to help their Alma
maters and never seem to think of
~their graded schools and high schools ?
Which does most for a man or woman,
2the college that keepsl..im four years.
-or the public school that keeps him
eleven ? The institution that teaches
him his "A B C's " or the one that
gives him his A. B. degree. Which
as a rule, needs his support most
keenly ? We may be heretic, but we
incline to the side of the pubik
schools. We think decidedly that th:
Alumni and Alumn-ae of the Colleges
of South Carolina should think, if
not less of their Alma maters least a
little more of the institutions that
made it possible for them to go tc
Icollege.
After all is not education the art
ofbeing sincere ? Be the man God
made you. Don't put on airs! Don't
show off! Don't be a "smart Alec!
Learn once for all that you can't fool
the old world. You may get away
with a blnff for a while, but it will
fail in the end.
And now abideth these three things'
A clear head, a fearless heart, anid -a
willing hand-a head to think, a heart
to dare, and a hand to do.
RADIO RALF
Go WAsN YouR ACE .
II NEVER SAW SucH A
PiRTY FACE2!
rAX NOTICE
In accordance to law, the tax books
will open on October 15th for col
lection of taxes and remains open to
Dccember 31st without penalty, and
for the month of January one per cent
on delinquents; for the month of Feb
ruary one per cent additional on de
linquents; and for 15 days in March,
1st to 15th. five per cent additional
on delinquents; on all real and per
sonal property.
Mills
Stata purposes .-.. ..7%
Ordinary county ........ ...........5
Special county ........ -- ...... .2
Constitutional school .........3
Special Tax for Schools
District No. 1. . .............................6
District N o. 2. .. ........ ....................8
District N o. 3.... ....................... 6
District No. 4 ....... ......4
District N o. 5 ................ 0
District No. 6 .....8.........8
District No. 7 . -. ... 9
District No., ............... 6
District No. 9. . -.--------9
District N o. 10 .... ................6
District No. 11.... 6 -............6%
District No. 12...... 4
District No. 13..............6
District No. 14 . 12
District No. 15.................13
District No. 16 . .. 10
District No. 17 .
District No. 18....12
District No. 19 . ..2
District No. 20 .............7
District No. 21 ............
District No. 22. .....7
District No. 23 . 4
District No. 24 .. .. ...2
District No. 26.......2
District No. 27....... 10
District No. 28........ . 6
District No. 29............ 2
D istrict N o ............... ..... ..............12
District No. 31..............8.....
District N o. 32........................ 7
District No. 33............................ . ..
District N o . .. ................................ .....10
In addition to the above taxes, the
following districts have special lev-'
ies for bonds, as follows:I
District N o. 13.....................................2 m ills
District No. 14...... ........................5 mis
District No. 16.. .. m s........................
District No. 34................ 8 mills
District No. 11 (road)........ 71/2 mills
Also one ($1.00) dollar poll tax on
all male citizens from the age of 21
to 60 years old; also a commutation
road tax of $3.00 on all citizens be
tween the ages of 18 and 55 years, t
except duly ordained ministers and
teachers actually engaged in school
work, and payable from Oct. 15th,
1922, to March 15th, 1923; also a cap-;
itation tax of $1.25 on all dgs. pay
able only during the month of Jan
uary, 1923.
Office will be kept open during le
gal hours for the collection of same.
A. LEE SCRUGGS,
tr easrer of airfoel Couttio
roa pexol spe0nt all mcitimen tae
itgebon the goons of idf5 yas,
taherculy (1 hateygaged nool
mor, abnth paale than Oct fishe
iatin taxbofl1.2onaldg.py
Rbe o durigth helthfJn
Ay . LE-CRGS
igaothe good thing ofnlieda
they d the bd heyu. would know
moeaboe thae-buean fs.de
calo e tbUTdh ar4e L S
I~osdt mASsi A -T
am' ,..a cobind .
abv tra e-mark
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Queer .
Feelings
"Some time ago, I was very
irreplar ," writes Mrs. Cora
Robie, of Pikeville, Ky. "I
suffered a great deal, and knew
I must do something for this
condition. I suffered mostly
with my back and a weakness in
my limbs. I would havedread
ful headaches. I had hot flashes
and very queer feelings, and oh,
how my head hurt! I read of
GAIU
Th Woman's Tonifi
and of others, who seemed to
have the same troubles I had,
being benefited, so I began to
use it. I found it most bene
ficial. I took several bottles
. . .. and was made so much
better I didn't have any more
trouble oi this kind. It reg
ulated me."
Cardui has been found very
helpful in the correction of many
cases of painful female dis
orders, such as Mrs. Robie
mentions above. If you suffer
as she did, take Cardui-a
purel vegetable, medicinal
tonic, in use for more than 40
years. It should belp you.
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i -. 90
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orders for genuine guaranteed hos
iery for men, women and children.
Eliminates- darning. Salary $50 a
week full time, $1.00 an hour spare
time. Experience unnecessary. In
ternational Stocking Mills, Norris
town, Pa. 30-39
1A
The packz
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The Sales
Over 7 bil
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RIE NDS
w bow CLEAN FOR L
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We have listed for sale at a very attractive price, the
Dan'l McFetridge tract of land, about 13 acres, at Rion,
S. C. This is a very desirable little place, and if inter
ested would suggest that you dee us at once.
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Furniture
WE SELL ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE, STOVES,
HEATERS, RUGS, TRUNKS, ETC.
RIGHT PRICES
COME AND LOCK OVER OUR STOCK, AND MAKE
OUR STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS
Coffins and Caskets
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ge suggests it.
confirms it.
orove it.
ion sold yearly
eefield
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KR'SAWES- PONT TE LL
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SP4T GEE?4 TOUCHED YETI gr 'WAsuE T'HE SAME
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