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A CHILD'S GIFT TO ITS GRANDPARMTS
Possibly no Christmas presents car- calles are also admirable selection:,
ry with them more real pleasure than while umbrellas and the warmer
do those given by granid-clrildrei to of tite gloves he will almost
the grandpas and grandmas. This is W for.
so becau.se it is proverbial that no If -he Is a realer he may have some
children are quite so wonderful is favorite book of which he woul like
grandchildren or quite so well loved. a special copy, or a set of prints for
So it follows that a great deal of fili- his room. A bathrobe, or sice dress
portance is attached by grandparents ing gowns are returning, possibly one
to those little tokens of loving re- of the latter, with a pair of slippers to
fimbrancle which conie to them from tth will be found as acceptable is
the mnitrsry of a second generation, anything Which could be ;elected. Of
and proper care should be paid to the course if graidpa is engaged in bust
details in selecting them. ness, things useful to him at the ofice
What 'inma kes the problem even hard- or Which le caui carry With hi nmay
er than other Christmas problems of be considered.
the same kind is that grandpa nndi Presents Xor grandma should be
;randna have very fewr wants. Cen- selcted With the same idea in mind
(rally they 'have reached a time in as govorns the selection of those for
ife when msere comfort is what they grandpa. Only, of Course, no consid
enjoy iost, so possibly the best rule eratoneed ale given articles Which
to be followed is to contribiute only ordinarily could be sent women en
those things which will add to it as gaged in Various enployments. Work
much as possible. baskets and workbags, especially
For grandpa various articles of those useful in carrying small articles
wearing apparel may be provided and of sewig, With scissors, thimble,
sometimes when these can be home- ieedles amd threads she will find use
lade by the children they will be fill. Siilarly almost all additions to
espelcialy prized. Neckties, comfort- her Wardrobe, btt especia11y those she
"rs, watch fobs, spectacle cases, to- cal wear goiig out, for grandma 'has
bacco pouches, aui many such arti- never lost her wish to -iake a good
Iles can be provided in this way. If- appearance in public.
zrandpa enjoys a pipe, one may be sometimes an acceptable present
smlocted for him, and if, when it is nay be found in a palicular chair,
given to him, he is made to under- in a readiig and sewing lam p or
stand it. is "a story-telling pipe," it shades for those she iay already
wllcn certainly tickle haid ecalkitg have.
B~APlT'ISTS A GRIEATi PEOPLE. 'work: $11,000) for aged minist ers; he
whsil the cost of maintaining the 1,000
Sonme of the 'T'hiis kone at the C nn- local church, gl vast hemwount for
entou 1e'ld Last. Week in Bel- building iev houses of Worship, and
nWettsi hile. the like.
The State ('onveintion of thie 1p- Fifty-f be os wd dollars was giv
lists weas l(i in htiienttsvill last j ell to corepille orliaie coleg $to,
Week. Th'lie va;ioe s bo~a rds made ex- (m1is to A bderson oil ego $1sndr0
eelent irporits. Iindieatinig (lie su in Fg1 lown a a1ii Iirtl1 $(r(;,1ung to (one
tan tial grow Iii oh' the deioni matio i lege ald smaller 11101111is to
in thiis state. ra ngebmrg atoilhegwb on a tce pive sigh
The see rota 13's statistical i'ep~olt ISchools otf the c'1 oventlon (int; i 191.
S;howed that there are nearly one Th'eId (o'Octenl hiearitily3 re-enidorsedh
hunidroil and fi thotusan whaite nyp- thie w hoopos ud bateist osel, wfil
tis c / S h -ose located in (nolunia, and an
nesstorzdtie trustees to go alcalce
Duing ear, the a; tlsts con- esabish the incstitat ion. Thity lion
ributed $50,Oo to forieign missioiins; sad dollars is already n hamnd fo
$10,000 .0 home missions; $12,a00 tos the pvose ad there is onlm e fore
tate nssioiis $30,00r n to oi'peea>age pivn aroitcsd.
The convention asked the churches
for $20,000 cash for Greenville Fe
Imale college 'by January 1st; for $75,
000 for Furman university by July
31st; for $2,000 for the theological
seminary during next year; $15,000
for 'the education board; $10,000 for
ministerial education in Furman;
$150,000 for missions; $30,000 for
orphanage; $10,000, for aged ministers
and appropriate amounts for other
A gift of a $10,000 house for aged
ministers was received from C. C.
Brown, the house being located in
Deaufort, overlooking the sea. It Is
expected that ministers temporarily
resting will also make their home
The Baptist convention employs
nearly 150 missionaries, men ans
woien, in South Carolina; there are
more than 1,000 churches, and about
The convention next year will meet
11r. Ilobson's utrntment 11eals Itchy
The constantly itching, burning sen
sation anid other disagreeable forms
of eczema, letter, salt rheum mid skin
eruptions r'omlptly cured by Dr. 11ob
sol's lezemia Ointment. G4eo. W. Fitch
of Mendota, Ill, says: " I purchased
a box of Dr. Ilobson's E'czema Oint
ment. IHave had Eczema ever since
the civil war, have been treated by
many doctors, 110110 have given the
beneflt that one box of Dr. Ilobson's
Eczema Ointment has." Every suffer
er should try it. We're so 'positive it
will help you we guarantee it or mon
ey refunded. At all Dlruggists or by
Pfeilfer Chemical Co., Philadelphia
and St. Louis.
FI NA , E' E NT.
Take notice that on the 1'ithday of
,anuary, 191.1. I will render a 1inal
account of my acts and doings as Ad
ministrator of the estate of William
Mills I lunter, deveased, in the oillce
of the .ludge of Probate of ILarlies
county, at 11 o'clock, a. i., and on
tite samte day will apply for a final
discharge from my tIrust as Adminis
\ny persons inlebted to said es-tate
arc notilied and rttuired to miake
payment on that date: ain all persons
ha1ving claims against said estate will
preseit Ihem otn or before sail date,
duly prove, or ho forever. barred.
William .\elmsoth 11innter,
De. 17. 11:3.----1 mo.
1looks miake the best gifts. Felton's
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take LAXATI'Ii ROMO Quinine. It stops the
Cough and Iendache and works off the Col.
Druggists refund money if it fails to cure.
. W. GROVE'S .igunture on each b:. 25c.
The Largest Stock of Toys
IN LAURENS AND THE LOWEST PRICES.
Trains, Automobiles, Engines,
Music Boxes, Trumpets, Pianos,
Hundreds of Doll Babies, Dozens
of Animals, and all kinds of Doll
Bring the Children in and Let Them See
. The Wonderful Collection of Toys that we
Have. Come now--They are Going Fast.
That we have a most complete assortment of Fireworks.
The kind that will please the Boy._
THE CHOICEST FRUITS.
Apples, Oranges, Bananas, Raisins, Nuts of all Kinds,
Grape Fruits, Christmas Candies and everything good to eat.
MAHAFFEY & BABB
Gifts of Wearing Apparel for the Lady, the Miss, the Man and the Boy
Our stock in every department gives you a big selection and a marked distinction of high-grade Merchandise
that assures you of the very best goods at prices that are within reach of all. A warm
welcome awaits you at all times. Make our store your store.
WE GIVE THESE SUGGETIONS TO MAKE YOUR XMAS SHOPPING EASIER
FOR FATHER OR BROTHER FOR MOTHER OR SISTER
MU'FFLERIS (APS S4LIPPERS SIIOES
ItINCOATS SH0ES PARSOLS SKIR'TS
N ECKW11EARI SIRTIS COMIFORTS GOE
I' lIIlAII.IS GLOVES 5WE:AtITERS CLOAKS
I'NIDERIWEARL I'AJUIMIAS I'tRRELLAS WAISTS
SI'SPENDERS IIOSIEI HIA'PII ROBES HOSIERY
AI"I':O OLOVES 411NEITER'S SET OF FURS IMONAS
IANDIERCIIIEFS TIE AND HOSE SETS HANDKERCHIEFS NAPEINS
Gifts are mostly appreciated by their useful
ness. We have many more like those above that*
are appropriate as well as serviceable.
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