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Eden, ?an. 28.?The Magnolia camp
Mo. 156 W. O; W. met Friday night
and elected new officers for 1912. W.
S. Adalr fer Council Commaader, D.
D. Kellott, Adviser Lieutenant. Claud
Willis, Banker aad L. A. Armstroag,
Mrs. C. V. Hipp and Mrs. Emma
Reeves have been visiting friends and
relatlvos in Laurens last week.
Mrs. Martin Owens was laid to reBt
in Dials cemetery Saturday.
Booth Gray, Lyston and Frank Mn
hon spont the latter part of tho week
Misses Claud and Bruce Gray spent
Saturday night with Mr. W. M. Gray
Mr. Efllo Boason spent Thursday
Avith his brother Dr. P. W. Beason.
Mr. B. W. Martin and family spent
Saturday with Mr. M. W. Gray.
Mr. Clarence Nichols and family
spent Sunday with Mr. J. L. Mahaffcy.
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Gray was in
Laurens Friday on business.
Mrs. J. W. Reason Is improving at
Mrs. W. B. Owens was in Laurens
Thursday on business.
Rabun, Jan. 29.?Misses Mae and
Allie Babb, and brother, Mr. Houston
entertained at their home Sunday,
Miss Bottle Weeks. Mr. Sloan Mahon
and Miss Vivian Owens of Eden com
Mr. Drnyton Mahaffey of Laurens
spent Saturday night with W. D. Ow
Mr. Sloan Mahon was in Laurons
Saturday on business.
Mrs. Clarence Nichols and children
of Fountain Inn spent Saturday and
Sunday with her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Rebecca Owens visited Mrs.
Emily Woods of Eden section Monday.
Mrs. Elizabeth Cheek is spending
several days with her daughter, Mrs.
Anna West of Poplar Spring commun
Miss Cora Bolt spent Tuesday night
with Misses Irene and Tholma Owens.
Mr. and Mrs. lohn Mahon spent
Saturday night with Mr. Tom Mahon
Miss Allie Babb is spending this
week with Mrs. Nancy Owens
Well, we are having another freeze
rislting us this weok,
Tylersvill \ Jan. 29.- Rev. B. V Mit
chell of Laurens. delivered his first
sermon at Langston Sunday. Every
one who heard him was pleased and
wish for him a successful year at this
Mr. J. \V. Don nan attended the dis
trlct Blown ids meeting in Greenville
Miss Mattie Helle Peterson is spend
ing several days with her sister. Mrs.
Joe Prior of Laurens.
Misses Mary l.ula and Lucy Little
spent the week-end with relatives In
the Huntington section.
Mr. J. Foster Croiner of Clinton
attended services at Langston Sunday.
Last week being such pretty days
the farmers began to make prepara
tions for their farms but to their
disappointment every thing is covered
with, ice this morning.
CROLT i:M>s 1,1 PK.
Mail) ( hlldron Die of Croup Kverj
Year Before ? Doctor can he Sum
Parents of children should be pre
pared at all times for a spasm of
Keep in the house a remedy that
will give Instant relief and keep (he
Child from choking until the arrival
of the physician.
Get a 50 cent bottle of HYOME1 to
day and in case of an attack of croup
pour 2D drops into a kitchen howl of
bowling water. Hold the child's head
over the bowl so that it can breathe
the soothing, penetrating vapor that
arises. In the meantime send for a
This treatment has saved the lives
of many children and is a precaution
that all parents should promptly take.
HYOME1 is sold by Laurens Drug
<'o. and druggists every where and Is
guaranteed for croup, catarrh, asthma
Card of Tlutaks.
I wish to thank my many friends
for their kindnesses during the recent
illnoBH and death of my wife. Bach
an deveryonn may bo ?-ssured that it
all was deeply appreciated.
J. M. Hellams.
Notice to School Teachers.
To the Editor of Tho Advertiser:
I am especially desirous that every
country teacher In South Carolina
should have a copy or the Tuuehors'
Manual for Elementary Schools. If
there Is a teacher In your county who
Ijos not reeelvod a copy of this hook,
I should be pleased to mall It free
on request directed to me In Colum
For tho good of the schools will you
kindly extent this notice through your
Very sincerely yours.
W. K. T?te,
Lauford, Jan. 29.?After Beveral
days of real spring weather the ground
is again covered in. sleet and ice.
MIbs Ruth Patterson is at homo
from Lander College, suffering with
an attack of apendlcitis and un opera ^
tion is feared.
Tho first quarterly conference was
hold at the M. E. church at this place
Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Bomar visited
Mr. W. P. Patterson was in Laurens
Mrs. O. P. Fnnlon waa among the
business visitors to Laurens last week.
Miss Klllo Franks spent several days
last week with her parents here, re
turning to Spartanburg yesterday.
Miss Flossie Lanford spent Satur
day night and Sunday with relatives
Mrs. Lena Moore visited In Wood
Mr. and Mrs. James F. Dyers of ]
Ilondersonvillo, N. C. are visiting Mrs.
Byors parents here.
Mr. M. Fleming lias returned from
a two weeks' visit to Leesville, S. O.
Mr. J. H. Cunningham has bought
sonio valuable property in Laurens,
known as the Robertson place. He will
not move bis family there for some
Rov. Mr. Guy of Spartanburg spent
Saturday night with Mrs. O. 1-'. Fow
ler, enroute to his church, Warrior
Creek, where be is pastor.
Fleming's mill is now in running
order and if you want some fine meal
or Hour give it a trial.
Mrs. J. M, Deshields' condition is
Mr. L. M. Cannon was in Laurens
Monday on business.
Miss Robin Patterson was in Lau
Capt. J. W. Lanford was in Spartan
burg several days last week. Ho has
some nico mules and horses on hand
now. Any ono in need of a horse or
mule, he would be glad to sell you.
Mr. .John Haze! and wife spent Sat
urday night with relatives here.
Mrs. J, 1). Johnson has returned
from a short stay in Spartanburg.
Mrs. w. H. Drummond spent a part
of last week in Clinton and Laurens.
Guaranteed to keep your
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ease Preventative. Ev
ery package of the above
Remedies sold on a per
sonal guarantee, backed
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Tbe Best Products oi the Best
ARE TO BE FOUND
JN OUR STOCK
No trouble is too great for
us to take in pleasing our cus
tomers and we will be glad to
have you call on us.
j j! MADDEN NEWS |
Madden, Jan. 29.?I quite inadvertly
' forgot to toll of tho pluck and perse
verance of the R. F. D. man oa Route
4. Though the "Ice Man" recently
huld us h Iiis grip, It didn't stop Mr.
Tnylor. Though "I>euble branch hill"
loomed an impassable barrier, yet he
aurmoumted that by going around it
on the train From Maddon he footed
it. With tho mall upon his back he
marched like a valiunt soldier not
however, as the old book of '45 had It
"toward Mexico", but towards Kkonri.
There he was furnished a horse by
one of his friends, H. Pinson and com
pleted his trip. After this evidence of
perseverance the patrons of this route
can rest assured
"That rain, bail, sloet or snow
The mail man of No. i is bound to go."
After a lew days of ideal spring
weather winter comes back again and
today (29th) the icicles bang on bush
and tree. Last year this time the
farmers were following the plow and
getting things in shape for the bump
per crop and well they succeeded! Let
us all hope and pray, and work to
wards that desired consumatlon?that
there will not bo a bumper crop of
cotton raised in this year of grace,
There are no serious cases of sick
ness in the neighborhood. Mrs. Fin
ley and Mrs. Cunningham have been
confined to their rooms with cold. Mrs.
Langston continues to improve slow
ly and ehe is able to be up gomo now,
her many friends will be glad to hear.
John Wofford, Jr., was the repre
sentative of Madden in "The Merchant
of Venice" 1 ecently p:ayed at the Lau
rens Graded school. He is receiving
tke congratulations of bis friends on
the ftuccessful performance of his part.
All the girls and boys did exceeding
Mies Josie Martla. of Clinton came
out Saturday night to vloit her prw.nl
mother, Mrs. Margaret Allison. See
was joined here by her brothers, Mas
ters Walker Martin of Hnorce and Han
Martin of Laurens. The family of
Mr. John L. Flnley were guesrs of
Mrs. Allison Sunday. Tho lovo and
affection of her grand-children is a
great source of consolation to tho
grand-mother in her declining years.
Littlo Miss Allto Martin of Laurens
lias been the recent Riiest of her cous
ins, Misses Grace and Margaret Fin
Miss Jessie Mae Mahaffey went to
visit her parents, in Clinton for tho
Miss Juanita Martin visited her
cousin, Mrs. C. A. Power Saturday.
Miss Lida Culbertson was the guest
of her uncle, Mr. B. Y. Culbertson,
Saturday and Sunday.
Rev. Jodio Martin tilled his regular
appointment at New Prospect Satur
day and Sunday. There was a very
good congregation out Sunday.
The friends of Mrs. D. Glenn Ruck
man of Stnnton, V>., were delighted
to see her in tho church of her child
H?re she spent hor childhood and
young womanhood and when on the
rare visits to the scenoB of her youth
she receives a cordial welcome from
former schoolmates and friends.
Mrs. Charlotte Farrow is now with
her kinsman, Mr. John Powers, where
she. will make her home for a time at
Mr. J. Pitts Henry, whe recoutly
movod from here to Greenwood, was
in the community laBt week shaking
hands with old friends and looking
after his farming Interests near hero.
Mrs. O. G. Thompson is suffering
from a rising on hor face.
Mr. R. L. Wolf, combined pleasure
with business last Wednesday. He
was out on business connocted with
the Fertilizer Company he represents.
While hero hew as the guest of Mr.
J. A. Wofford.
Constipation is tbo cause of many
ailments and disorders that make life
miserable. Take Chamberlain's Stom
ach and Liver Tablets, keep your
bowels regular and you will avoid
these diseases. For sale by all deal
Curd of Thanks.
We desire to extend our sincere
thanks to our friends of Mounlville
for the sympathy, the many kind at
tentions and generous aid. so heartily
rendered us during the recent sick
ness and death of our husband and
father. May the blessings of Heaven
rest upon every one.
Mrs. .1. L. Fellers and Children.
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