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NEWS FROM MADDEN.
Delightful Entertainment at Home of
Mr. T. S. Langrdton?reraonal Men
Madden, Feb. 13.?There was quite
h pleasant occasion at the home of
Mr. T. S. LangRton Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Prank Fuller, of Mount
vine, were the guests. What mattered
it, that outside the -rain poured and
the wind blew In gusts? Inside the
Ifangs ion home there was warmth,
laughter and music. The two "boys"
faced each other with a fiddle and the
bow, and renewed their youth. Clear
(ind true sounded out the note of many
ttn old tune, among them the old-time
favorite, "Saint Patrick's Day in the
Miss Agatha Reid, who is soon to
go to Columbia, to finish her course us
a trained nurse, is on a visit to her
friend. Miss Jessie Thompson.
Miss Edna Profltt, who Is a student
at Cross Till Graded School, was
^viib. the home people Saturday and,
Mrs. Oxner, of Laurens, is on a vis
it to her daughter, Mrs. Clury Martin.
Mr. and Mrs. Thad. Moore visited
Mrs. Moore's parents, near Rabun
Miss Ethel Bryson, who has been
nursing a case in Waterloo, has re
Some of our farmers took advantage
of the cold snap Saturday and killed
Little Louis Culbertson and Nell
Madden, the little ones that have been
?sick with colds, are better, we are
glad to note.
Master Herbert Martin, who was
buried here Tuesday, was a general
favorite in this, his old home, and
the hearts of all go out In sympathy
to the parents and the uncle, with
whom Herbert was a favorite.
No where was Mrs. Rosa Fouche
Hell, better known than here where
for so many years, she taught school
and our hearts were grieved when we
heard she too, had passed away. Those
of us who were her pupils at old
"Rosedale" knew we had a loving
place in her memory. Together with
her loved ones, we mourn her death.
As the dear ones go one by one may
w? realize the importance of the
solemn admonition "Be ye also ready".
Dr. T. L. Timmerman will be out
of his office Monday and Tuesday,
February 20th and 21st. 29-lt pd
W. 0. W. Meeting.
A regular meetinfe of Lau i cub
Camp No. 98, W. O. W .w.lll be held
Thursday night when work In the sec
ond and third degrees will be done.
At the January meeting of the camp
delegates to the Head Camp Conven
tion at Columbia, March 14 and 16
were chosen, J. Lee L?ngsten, John
A. Franks and John O. W. Watts be
ing elected C. A. Power, consul com
mander of the camp, will also at
tend, he being the chairman of the
board of managers of the Head Camp.
Two Tablets and Stomach Misery Gone
The Laurens Drug Co. sells and
guarantees the best prescription the
world has ever known for disturbed
and upset stomach, gas, belching,
heaviness, heartburn, acid stomac
It Is called MI-O-NA. remember the
name, it banishes distress from over
?atlng or fermentation of food in five
.It Is guaranteed by the Laurens
Drug Co. to cure Indigestion, sick
headache, nervousness and dizziness,
or money back.
No matter how long you have suf
-fered you will find a certain cure in
MI-O-NA stomach tabets.
"About six weekB ago I purchased
a box of MI-O-NA tablets for an ag
gravated form of stomach trouble. I
had been troubled for four or five
years, had tried different physicians
and a great many patent remedies.
MI-O-NA entirely relieved me from
pain, and I can now eat most any kind
of food and relish it."?A. J. Fish,
West Carthage, N. Y.
MI-O-NA stomach tablets are only
f>0 cents a large box at Laurens Drug
Co. and druggists everywhere.
Do the right and your Ideal of It
grows and perfects itself. Do the
wrong and* your ideal of It breaks up
VERY LOW RATES TO MOBILE,
NEW ORLEANS AND PENSACO
LA FOR M A BIM GRAS CEL.
EBRATION?FED RU A It Y
The SEABOARD will sell round
trip tickets from all principal sta
tions on its line February 21st to
27th inclusive, to Mobile, New Or
leans and Pensacola, account of the
Mardi Gras Celebration, final limit of
all tickets to reach original starting
point not later than midnight of
March 11. 1911. Tickets may be ex
tended until March 27th, 1911, by pay
ment of fee of |1.00
Call on nearest Agent of the SEA
BOARD for information as to sched
ules, rates, etc.
C. D. WAYNE.
A. G. P. A., Atlanta, Ga.
Mrs. Kosa Pouche BelL
Notwithstanding the very inclement
weather, at 2 p. m. on the 8th, a dele
gation from the Daughters of Confed
eracy and a large number of friends,
met at the station and accompanied
to her former home, 3 miles out, the
remains of Mrs. Rosa Fouchu Bell,
who 'died the day before at the home
of her sister, Mrs. Whisonant in
Blacksburg, S. C. The pall bearers
were, C. C. Featherstone, E. P. Minter,
J. J. Pluss, M. J. Owings, W. B. Sloan,
J. S. Bennett. C. M. Bobo, C. H. Roper,
John Mills, B. S. Bailey
The next afternoon. In Rocky
Springs church, the very solemn and
impressive funeral services were con
ducted by Mrs Bell's pastor. Rev. Ed
win Thayer, of the Baptist church,
ossieted by Rev. Mr. McLJn of the
Presbyterian church and Rev. Mr. Pat
ton of the Methodist church, Mrs.
Whisonant's pastor who came down
with them from Blacksburg.
The choir f'om her church assisted
ly oll?*?, b.mg stftly and sweetly,
' Lend Kindly Light" and others of her
fa\orite hymns; then sadly and
mournfully loving trlends gathered
around the oueu grave: the beautiful
casket of gray plush, covered with the
flowers that she loved best and the
quiet sleeper, so lovely in death, was
laid away to rest, until that morning,
when our Saviour shall come In the
East and the dead shall arise. "Asleep
in Jesus" was softly sung as the low
red mound was hidden beneath ex
quisite flowers, Easter, Calla and Val
ley lilies, carnations, roses, hyacinths
and ferns; love's last token of affec
Mrs. Bell was* a faithful teacher at
Rocky Springs for several years be
fore her marriage ;then during the
21 years of her married life, was the
regular organist at the semi-monthly
services of her husband's church. So
where she had toiled, it is fitting that
she should rest. '
"Only 'Goodnight' beloved, not fare
A little while and all His Saints
In hallowed union indivisible?
And so 'Goodnight'
I'ntll we meet before His throne.
Clothed in the spotless robe He
gives His own,
Ur.t'.l we know, even as we are known,
'Goodnight' " ?A Friend.
* The Origin of Roystcr Fertilizers.
Mr. Royster believed that success awaited the
Manufacturer of Fertilizers who would place quality
above other considerations. This was Mr. Royster's
idea Twenty-seven years ago and this is his idea
to-day; the result has been that it requires Eight
Factories to supply the demand for Royster Fertilizers*
F. S. ROYSTER GUANO COMPANY,
FACTORIES AND SALES OFFICES.
NORFOLK. VA. TARBORO. N. C. COLUMBIA. 8. C. 8 PART AN B?RO. 8. O.
MACON. OA. COLUMBUS. OA. MONTGOMERY. ALA. BALTIMORE. MD.
CROSS HILL NEWS.
Dr. Peak Called to Abbeville on Ac
count of Brother's Illness?Many
Cross Hill, Feb. 13.?Cnpt. J. G.
Jenkins, of Greenwood, was here on
business interests last Friday.
Miss Llllie Milam, of Clinton, was
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Aus
Mrs. Mary Robertson has returned
from a visit to friends in Laurens.
Mr. E. H. Kaminer, a prominent bus
iness man of Gadsden, S. C, was a
Cross Hill visitor last Thursday.
Mrs. Dr. Miller spent last week with
the doctor in Columbia.
Dr. Peak was called to Abbeville
recently to see his brother, Mr. John
Peak, who is seriously ill.
Mrs. P. B. Smith is visiting rela
tives in Columbia.
Mr. J. Wade Hill sold a fine point
er dog a few days ago for $75.00.
We offer One Hundred Dollars
ward for any case of Catarrh that can
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Cseney & Co.. Toledo. O.
We, the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years,
and believe him perfectly honourable
in all business transactions and finan
cially ubla to carry out any obligations
made by his firm.
Walding, Kliman & Margin,
Wholesale Druggists. Toledo. O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken inter
nally, acting directly directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the sys
tem. Testimonials sent free. Price
7?c. per bottle. Sold by all durggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con
The auditor's olllce will bo open
from the first of January to the 20th
of February, 1911, to make returns of
all personal property for taxation and
wherever changes have been made in
AM nii.le citizens between the ages
Of 21 and 60 years on the 1st of Janu
ary, except those who are incapable
of earning a support from belag malm
ed or from other causes, aro deemed
polls, Confederate veterans excepted.
All taxjayers are required to give
Township and No of School District;
also state whether property is situated
in town or country. Each lot, tract
or parcel of land must be entered
After the 20th of February, 50 per
cent penalty will be attached for fail
ure to make returns.
J. ROSS DORROH.
Dec. 9, 1910?td.
Laurens, S. C, Monday, February 20th, 11 a. m.
We have had consigned to us, to be sold at Public Auction on the above date, 100 Choice Resident
Lots absolutely regardless of price. This property is owned by The Laurens Trust Company, and is
located near the Watts Mill. Each and every lot faces a broad Street or Avenue. This will truly be the
chance of a life time, a golden opportunity for the home-seeker, the speculator or wise investor.
This property has been consigned to us to be sold and it is going to change hands. These lots will
be sold at the rate of one a minute until every lot has been disposed of. Your price will be ours from
start to finish. There will be plenty of good music to amuse you while the sale is going on. So don't
fail to be on hand, your presence will be appreciated.
HFAlfr PFNMV RUATHPPQ *'ie Twin Auctioneers, both speak at the same time and in the
55 dill I DIVvr 1 IljLilip same tone of voice, and sei 1 lots at the rate of One a Minute.
FOR WHITE PEOPLE ONLY!
The Property will be Sold on Easy Terms: One Fourth Cash, balance One, Two and Three Years.
J. W. CALLAHAN, Sale Manager.
GREENSBORO, N. C.