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-Warrior Creek, .lee. 22.--Wedding
bells are still ringing in our commun
ity and cupid seems to have "fair
Miss .Zelina Childress and Mr. Luther
Ball, accompanied by .several couples
of their friends drove to Laurens on
last Wednesday evening and were
haltpily married at the home of Rev.
L. S. Shealy. Ilimediately after the
ceremony they returned to the home
of the -bride's .parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John Childress, where an old time
wedding feast was awaiting them and
their friends. Mrs. Ball as Miss Clil
dress wan a favorite among a large
circle of friends being possessed of
many sweet charms and graces, Mr.
Hall is the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ilenrp Ball and a promising young
farmer, having scores of friends
throughout the county. Their many
friends wish for them happiness and
prosperity through life's journey.
A wedding of much interest to his
many friends here was that of Mr.
Glenn Martin, which event occurred
last Thursday, Dec. 18th. lie niarried
Miss Pearle Young of North Oarolina.
lie returned home Friday where a re
ception was tendered them by his
mother, Mrs. .1. I. Martin.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Jolly and chil
dren of Spartanburg, spent last week
with Mrs. Jolly's mother here.
Miss Carolina Fowler came home
Friday to spend the holidays with
Mrs. Bessie Owens entertained the
W. M. TT. society at her home near
liarksdale 'Thursday afternoon.
Several from our town attended the
entertainnent at Fleming school Sat
urday night. All report a pleasant
Im l .
Sr. J. 'T. lrownlee and family of
(reenviIIe, have moved back to their
country home near liarksdale. They
have scores of friends hei'e who are
glad to welcome them back again.
\rs. Ellen Owens a nid Miss .\large
Owens of (;ray Vourt visited Mrs.
lary Irowniiie Tuesday.
.\lr. ll. 13. lIrajamlet and1( wife of Creen
fond spent the week-en1d with his par
Mir. K. Bascom Brownlee leaves
'i'uesday for Greenwood, where he goes
to attend the Deal-Jirownhee wedding.
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* LANFORD NEWS.
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Lanfor(, IDe. 2:3.-''h e holidays are
here and everybody seems to be en
MI r. ;len Martin eanie in with his
.\r. Carl Patterson and Miss Ava
Senn were married Sundlay afternoon
at the Methodist parsonage.
Mr. .1. Hen llunter and Miss Marie
I'etterson were married Tuesday, the
23 at 7 o'clock and left. imimediately
for Atlanta, Ga. They will make their
home at Lanford.
Priof. Spear Hurdette is at home foi'
Miss Neil Wehhoi'n is at home from
Spairtan burg foi' the holidays.
Mr's. .James Fleming and son, 'James,
were ini Spartanbiurg shopping Sattur
Mr's. 10arl Thomas and children are
at 10. H. Moore's for' the holidays.
Miss Noira Cannon is sick at this
Mrs. A. A. Nelson is spending the
holidays with her parents here.
Mr. (and Mrs. 0. L,. Lanford wer'e In
Lau rens Monday shopping.
Usxe Parisian Sage.
If you have dlandruuff It is hecauise the
scalp is too dry andl flakes off. Fresh
eni uip the seal p-I-ubrica te it-andi
Sturely try a a0e hot tie of P'arisianm
S)age. it cleanses thec hair. nouriishi
cs It, stops falling hair amnd itching
s('alii. It is jhist what you needl to
:nake thle sealpj liealthiy anid limnedliate
ly remitove dlandru'tff.
Liaurens D~rug Co., Laur'ens, S. C.
lew Year ,
where you are
et value for your
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* BABUN UEWS. *
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Rabun, Dec. 22.-The people are
very busy this week coo)cing and try
ing to get ready for Christmas, which
will be here in a few days. Look out
turkeys, your time is coming. Think
Christmas will be very lively through
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Babb, Miss Mao
Babb and Mr. Houston Babb .were in
Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Mahon and Lo
is, were visiting Mr. and 'Mrs. C. A.
Babb and family of Eden section Sun
Misses Marie Mahon. Rucia and
Martha Wolff and Jenovee Babb are
at home with their parents during the
Mr. Solomon Mahaffey of Eden sec
tion spent Saturday night with Mr. W.
Mrs. Rebecca Owens, and laughter,
Miss ledna, visited Mr. and Mrs. Claude
Wasson of the Friendship section last
Al r. and 31rs. Houston Babb and lit
tle daughter, Mary, spent Saturday
night with Mr. ani Mrs. Belton Ow
ens of Eden section.
Mir. A. P. Nichols of Fountaiin Inn,
was in this community Sunday.
Miss Cora Medlock, after spending
several months with her sister in At
lanta, returned home last week.
'There will be a Christmas tree at
liabun church Thursday morning, Dec.
25th, at eleven o'clock and the public
This correspondent wishes the edi
tor, correspondents and all the other
people a merry Christmas.
* MOUNT OLIVE.
Mt. Olive, Dec. 22.--.larried on last
Sutnday at the home of Mr. W. O. Mar
tin, Nir. Siney Davenport to Miss Nora
Madden, 11ev. .1. O. lartin, olliciating.
'T'hey are both of the ineedy Grove sec
Mir. F. L. .1 artin visited at Mlelton
on the 141th.
Mr. 'E. B. Boland is at Greenwood,
where he has accepted a position with
a large -mercantile concern.
Miss hula Mac Knight has returned
from Greenville to spend the holidays
with her pa rents, Mir. and M'*s. .1. F.
Mir. W. IHarold Washington who has
been teaching in l)illon county for a
few weeks Is at home for the Christ
Mlisses Sarah Cooper and bertha
Holt, of Lin vooJl college, N. C.. are at
home for the holidays.
'T'here will be a box supper at leedy
Grove school house Friday afternoon,
I)ec. 26th. The public is cordially in
vited to attend. The proceeds will go
for the improvenent of the school.
Mis. Lizzie Washington left to.lay
for Piedmont where she will spend sev
eral (lays with her son, Rev. .1. II.
31lisses Bessie Cooper and Nannie
Washington spent last week-end with
.\lrs. .J. .H. 11111 of Ware Shoals.
Mliss Siila Mlae Bolt has returned
home for Christmas, from Conestee
where she has been teaching.
('roupi and ('ough Rlemedy.
C'roup is a ter'rible diaease. it at
tacks children so suddenly they are
very apt to choke unless given the
prope'r remedy at once. Therue is nioth
ing better' in the world than Dr. King's
New Discovery. Lewis Chamberlain,
of AManchester, Ohio, writes about is
children: "Sometimes in severe at
tacks we were afraid they would (110,
but since we provedi what a cert'uin
remedly Dr. King's New 'Discovery is,
we have no fear. We rely on it for
croup, coughs and colds." So can you.
50e. and $1.00. A bottle should be in
ever'y hiome. At all driuiggists. IT. Ei.
Biucklen & Co., Phila. and St. Louis.
SHlOE FACTOROIY SiIUTS DOWN
TIhiousandis Th'Irown Out of Work
Por'tsumouith, Ohio, D~ecember 18.-.
The Exeelsior' Shoe Compasy to-night
closed down its plant here, throwing
more than 1,000 persons out of em
ploymnent foi' an inideflnite period. Comn
Ilany officials statedi the action wvas
taken out of symp~athy for the Seiby
Shoe Comnpany, whose empiloyees have
been on a strike for two weeks. Union
leaders declar'ed 1,200 Ofm~ployees of
the latter company are on strike, de
manding that a few discharged em
ployees be reinstated. it is to-night
said that other shoe companies may
follow the step taken by the Excelsior
110W fn Biankrupt the Doctors.
A prominent Now ' York physician
says, "if it were not for the thin stock
ings and1( thin soled shoes worn by wo
'men the 4loetors would probably be
bankrupt." When you contract a cold
do0 not wait for it 'to develerp into pneui
monia but trent it at once. Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy Is intended osne
clally for coughs and colds, andl has
won -a wide repuitation by its cures
or these diseases. It Is most effectuali
and is p~inSanft and safe'to take. For
ale by all 'onters.
Wth Best Wishes
The Old Year of 1913 has been +
+ a fine one to us for it has
+ brought us many new friends and
+ customers, and it has kept - for us
those who have been our friends
+ and customers for years. To these+
+ and to all others we address our +
sincerest wishes for the Happiest +
+ Christmas and the brightest New
Year that the years have brought.
" H. TERRY
" HAVE YOU A .
Broken Watch? :
We Guarantee to Have Your Watch Back to You .
Within One Week or we do Not Charge
You One Cent for Repairing It.
Our superintendent of work room has had 18 years' experience
in repairing watches. lie has wo-'ked for the Waltham Watch Co.,
for the wlgin Watch Co., and numerous others in learning his trade.
All work is thoroughly inspected by him before it goes out. Should
any work turned out of our shop prove unsatisfactory, we will
cheerfully do the work over, paying transit, charges both ways, and
if we a n't satisfy you in that way we will return repair charges. "
We do not repair ingersoll watches.
We will not he responsible for watches, which have not been
registered through the mail.
? wIf you have a watch that you wish its to repair, write us and we
will send box to pack in and instructions how to pack, so as to be
sure as to delivery.
We pay charges both ways and our repair charges are as little,
If not less than tlhe average local repairer.
As soon as we receive your watch. we tnail you a card, telling
you what. the matter is and what. the charges will be.
. ALL W(.RK IS SPOT CASH .
Refre'nce---The PeCoples Bfank, Fireptroor Building, Greenwood,
rf y'ou want your wvatch fixed, and fixed right, atnd sent back to
* yout itn 0one week send It to uts.
We do wvork on niothling I(mt watches.
The Reliable Watch Repairing C.:
* 208 Main Street. Greenwood, S. C.
Have your Clothes Cleaned and Pressed by
men who know how. You'll find them here at
Over H. Terry's Store Laurens, South Carolna