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Dear Advertiser Readers:
Inherited ten(lencies like truth "are
Inighty and sometimes will prevall!"
My V randsi'e's wrath was (Illickly
aroused aild woo betide fihe mulutcky
person that came inl(ar wvhile his an
ger was ablaze. .ly father, also, had
this (tlickness of temn per and yet so
great Ia grip he held upo)n himself, he
was known anid loved tor an evel ent
per-rarely, if mver, dihi he lose con
trot of himself. ill why tis dlisser
Iation? .\My dear folks, I'mn mad and
like Grandad Ellihui, I fain Would sail
in and thrash out. somebody- To be
gin at the beginiini ng, school time has
started in agail. ly giving a Shekel
here and sending several shekels over
yonder anid buying a $1.00 hook here
and $2.00 there and with the tablets
and pencils and spelling pads and
what not else, they needs imust have
before they are ready for school in
this progressive age,-all these were
purchased and off to school my troop,
started. Seating myself, I shook the
remaining shekels out of the old
pocket book and concluded that now
was almost as good a time as I'd ever
vnd to get that everyday frock and
make it before the winter's rush of
trying to get this crowd of chaps clad
for the winter. That night. while they
were all seated studying and the ma
ter was in that state of m1in(d trlying
to deide %whichi woldh be better to
Puirchase oi the ll1or'ow, a blue per
cale or a blu-l: and white gingam,
one little in:,td raisel Ip alnd- said
"Thi hl(tia ame Ill today and I
lad eenj wt Il a'ay I*r III(. I'll have
.> E l 1!tanarro ." -Oh!"* I answerA
d glibly, " Itre al several Ihistoris
it yminder, I hun11ted thlem u1p todak
.Icientl, Mlelieval anid .\oderi. Ills
tor:es of the 1'. S. and two of Southi
Srolia.'" "No! indeed, inie of hese
will do. It is a new hook, jest. out and
it iV $1. . .\ldo Mainlina. while you
are rettlin the history. gel me a
toil h 1a1dr,' pipedl ) tIhe little red
headel girl. "\\'ell tianilk the l4ord I
know I can stlit you .\laude. livre is
tIhe( on (;tus has just finiishel, lald
will's foIrthIi reader." '"'llat won't
do." "WOll, ler is a hill's r'ead*er land
Tle I leIart of Oaks---low aboet o1' of
I hose? Pullilng her1' tablet out sI'
ra ,"lFarin l fe-- fourith reader."
''T iat. is l one t'll have to get."
lIender. believe it or M t, billt if I hadl
onlyv known11 wlo to strike, I selyl
voull have hiII sollebodly whien I h1al
to give Illy last sh1 kel ilto thl insti I
at 1 ina o at octoints knlown ax the
Iloik TrusI .\nd(1 I ean tell yo1 I'm
not. ill a good humor yet! Thlis- is a1
rvious IurldC 11111 d o 111a could
be inladel.te and( V'inl rightl pmw inl
Ile notioti to sev that soiebloly starts
inl to r-ight( thI(- wriong. Th'le school sys
[eIn of S. C., or1 of' any state for that
inatt1er, oulght,, to b~e suchl that if a1
child were ill tile eigilth grade, he
I.uld take that set o hooks and go to
anly school1 in the state, whlether' it hei
iln a I'llral school iln thle l 'icdmon t (or
to ally gr'aded( school iln any1 town 01'
'Thley are0 try ing to mlake tile rurl al
schools uniform11 btl t he g rad('d
schlools ('hange as5 often as they plea se.
Tlhe subjdect matter' of a tbook dloesnI't
c'hange-is tory3 dloesn't change. Of
course5 I knhow~ one0 atuthor' can mlase a
b)00k more lnter'est ing than alnot her.
W~hile I write, thr'ee diiffer'ent geome
ies10 lIe before me1 andI tihe little girl
t hat enlteredt geomletr'y hlad to buy a
new book-yet thley all conltain the
same subject mlatter'.
I belieove that Sothi ('arollina ou~ght
to prlinlt the text boo0ks for' her1 schol0
cihi 1l'ren and~ furn'llish to thIeml, at cost.
Ask any taxipayer' if he believes thlere
is gra ft iln schIool books andf he'll
stick hIs thumb11ls ender' is gallus and1(
ulnhesitatingly say, '"ThIe bjiggest ill
110he' world."' I belieove that11 veryv samel
til ml lysel f, and(1t as I sid lherletn'oore,
wou1(1ld e ai 11o11 froml 00 somehere
"'For' every ev'ii under01 t he sun,1
Th'lere is a remledy (or there1 is non1e!'"
So if tile buylinlg of so manlhy school1
books is not an "evil" It Is a very~
gievouts berd(en on those least ale to
beal' it and~ there should be a 'rmedy
Surely In South Carolinla thlere is a
man with a heart and brain big
enlou~gh to tackle the job-if nlot give
us womanl's suffr'age and I know
illenty of women can be found to ac
complishl It. Ini the melantimle I'll pile
cl) the books and while the r'aln pours
I'll tr'y and patch the old dress and
make It last a little longer'. TIme w~as
when thley mladhe better' coth than they
dio now anyway and books lasted a
lhenap lonlger 1(oo. Now, there't's Appile
toll's Reader'-but law ! dlon't get me
011 tehl virltue of that good old hook- -
if I did get to singing Its welI deser'ved
llra ises i'd nlot get that pa tchi ng clone
today anld besides I'd get in a good
humor101 and I don1't wlant to do that.
Folks, I'ml amdic. Can't I stil upl a
Youtrs inl theo fight,
ANNUAL STATE FAIR
TO DItAW THitONGIS
Indientions are that tie Attendance
will be the Largest Ii Years.
Columbia, Oct. I i.-Wlat promises
to be a record breaking attendance up
on tlhe Slate Fair is Indicated each day
by the unuisual activity in pu re'hasing
concessions of space for e(xhits and
the general re port from all sections
of tie Slate of, lantis to come and
brilng I raln. Pi'rolm I1)arl11-ngton Couli
ty alone, I 'IesidvenI .1. N. Kirvi-en pre
diets an atteimlanev of, as many k
I,0(0O 1rson1s. Th14e -llool" of, that.
(Counity are to le closed, an2d an (.st.I
mate has lieln mllade Ilat. more than
2,01100 of the IA 0o schiool (ldorii !in
ile coni)ty will come to Coblinbia for
ol( day. Similar interest is being
mnanifested in other sections.
ChutresIon too is to briig its "sp
eia", proiloted by Ili Charleston Ad
Clib, Charleston's commercial organ
iNation. The City by the Sea is to get
a ruptlious boost froi the effort that
will be made that (lay.
). F. 10fird, secretary of the fair,
says there has never been such a
crush for exhibit rooms and such a
general applicatioii for information.
A Bond of Sympaithy.
An unusually altractive and com
prehensive feature int rod uced th is
year is the IHarvest Jubilee celebra
tion. This novel plan is statewide iln
scope, and establlises a bond of inti
mate relationship Wilhi each of the -.1
Counties in tlie State. wh ich have been
asked to n1olinale a youniig aldy in the
(Ilneen seertilon conte sl. Practically
al11 fthe counties- arv 'rilah : and
tile (olrollation - m1 f f(f p*!ei on(M ille
sI'ta t i'l . < ill l." n of 1t
Nat i m':l I.o urce t'arldf.
le il1 e liz' i':i ral rI or
rad \dillesday afterooI. .\li-fe
li 4 uti s have\' ind eal', Il i ' I ir
to t loats", inl addi(lti to seveil
or l!!ht o" the a r. dI: . i
finlet e fl \ill be 1f e to 1 ;:ave 10
"1Il)als" r'vi re6n1,flt aCCulra'll I l w thf ill
(lust crial an4d ilU r D1al ..omrco's b)(.hin1d
H14 t w a prwe l i::i enla: it. ,
and ioilie ein sui lY : 'ta ' - i:- '
"Smii h (i rol i m I a ," wi( hf \\Ili he
ob1erved ThI' -all ill be 'S fI l ea l i
occasi onll, and will b harIlif teIrized by
im t g in11 Iie a ll "oa ravan1
tla w ill 14 ill If )% v p; -m-4 -si'l
throlln .11 \lain 1r t TI(. 'iir y
l1is lay will b a1 di' ul-l r i-'i
when ina'ny of the diffr n Ill 1 for
enterprises of, olumbia will enter
Ilors". aryng tin hais ofi aaiy
and atract ivendanes. Tiw additio1 to
the sl Sol arorla fiedrtion, f 'lor
will greatly swell i the folr of t hi e
procesiOne other inransino hlk
will be providell iby, the 1 ' g-i l pani.
of the Amilio l ard ad coist Ar
tillery, wisoh will bie one of li bril
lian1t spectacles of the wedA. .\lilary
stayll, mae o rgeldig Tusay age
BopeI IathSti FEVE, RIH
dllin andll'i other sigla contsts
cthesed eerifsoes. s(411tf si
a'ii' l'hi it little Stort.l(I, i V I
the1( faoi 1 attendance In aditi oi to
heusulistles, preis, fullrox
iatng,0, sle 1 ith S-ate f11ar oili
Frizs.an na oftese ours allti fouth
best, tadde sourlion mareiormgenting,
ave age An model cls preium agin
lax aelso apmopthe car uthe best
takeon mar r litedinsidany cage.
DON'T itCband , MOTHER!ttegv
git ook a tom-ent hot cofd "lfoli
aleyu sofch," hc a litecbne
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chil. een her tie is r coied ithi i'fs
a'fure i in is ts11k blittle ''alt oich, . l
and11 boelsyare clogged bith with
Whiielitlens, othe fevesrishful.o
coldgbrath had thoPale, ndoS't
Tet slee rnat enraltrenlyhasin stonm
ach-ache, indigstion, d farhOeaC, riveu
Mis,ar~ndlinea fhew oo~ us llthe foul.
wte thue toi.ur b~i~ and feren.ting
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Commence Fall Sewing
with their touch of
1880 are faithfully
The Fall Fashions
show more simple
lines, which makes, it
easier than ever be
fore to construct a
dress from patterns
see the new
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Smatt Fall Model -It is filled with new
Uccalj P'atterns 675151. ideas and beautiful Latst Fall Style
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Lauren', S. C.
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C. S. COMPTON, FRED EISSLER,
T. P. A., S. A. L. Ry., Anst. Gen'l. Passenger Agent.
Atlanta, Ga. Atlanta, Ga.
lA NI) SA LI. (1utv and qtnte forosa olitaining
State of South Carolina, one itittuhed and I ity-nizie 139)
Cout (if Lauren1i41ltS. ore ohss. hoitded o th
IN C POT COMM.\lON 1I '\ S n0)111 by o .. '. \ jdden,
IP'opIes l11an k of Fornitain Inn, Plain- o the west by Iai (s of Hen Owens,
tily, Iihv south by land" or M. G. Boaz
againstt 11 t west by laicds o1 W. C.
.1. L~ i'dt aganst ~~, a sor andl esta to or H enriy Norfz.
.J. L. Hurdette and N. E. Ilurdette, D- ''erins of Sale: Two-third cash. hal
fendants. mce to Ie paid twelve months from
Pursutant to a decree of the Court (ate ot sale: the credit portion to he
in the above stated case, I will sell at -ecul~ed blond and Iiorli gage or tho
pu blic out'ry to the highest bidder, at I Iimi se' ove h said premises,
lAltrens, C. II., S. C., onl Salesday ine I ..:td a
November next, being .\londay the 1st It) per t at t 0mv ft(0. in ease of
day of the mon th, dring t he legal colectioi or soit, with leave to pur
hours for sich sales, the following de- chaser to pay his entire hid itt cash.
scribed property, to wit:
All that eran pee parel, andte tis o sale a not
tiact of land situate, lying and being co))lii with, the land to be r-sold
in Larens ('otinty, State of South o s me Or some solsequent Sntleday
Carolina, containing sixty-seven and o
one-half (67 1-2) aer , m or less. oo
being thveSait nVel to us by deed C.l.aPWER
fromn .Ias. .\l. Iicha r son bearing (late C. C. . . and C. Tae . M
of .1an. 25th, 1912, al. 4- - 'th s I)aied. Phi:; Sli day o Oct.. .12-3t
ie of prioperty coiveyeld to .1 as. M.
Hichardson lby is in a deed hearing
date of .Jan. 18th, 1912 and recorded L.% Ni) S %L E.
In the oillce of It. M. C. for L,autrens Slate 44 S iit Ii il ,
Counlty ii deed book ;82 at page 2S0. (oiiit I o .T '1.
Ternis of Sale: One-half 1 cash, bal- I N ('Ot O OMMON .
ance to be paid twelve months from . .,,. 0wtigs, Plaintif,
date of sale; tle credit portion to be agait) st
1e(cured by bond and mortgage of the Aistin G. Owhigs, pt fl, l)p!*rtlant.
purchaser over the said )ro is "es. 1ii t's ia nt to a est'o or the (ourt
hearing legal interest from date, and i the above statc(I case, I will ell at
It) per cent attorney's fees, In case of iblie outcry to tle highest bidder. at
collection or suit, with leave to pur
ehaser to pay his etitlre bid in cash. November N, boing Monday the 1st
Pitrchaser to pay for papers ani(l day od tdle month, lit ting tile legal
staups. If the terms of sale are not
compiled with, the land to be re-sold Scribed property, to wit
on same or some subsequent Salesday A ta piece C). pai'el of
on same terms, at risk of former pur- A thate of'
chaser.an Creek. having the following
C. A. POWIR, bearings, begining at poplar stullig
C. C. 1C. P. and G. S., LTaurnen, S. Co.n branch, thence S 64 N 7.5-1 to P.
Dated, this 8th day of Oct., 1915. 12-31
to stone, thence N 68 1-2 E 16.10 to
LA 1) SAl st . one, N 1.1 1-1 E 20.17 to lotneh of w"a
('ap fSutiCrollila, tet' oak,. thence N 74 E. 2.20 to 'Cedar
State of South Psatrna,. thence S 16 1-2 l 6.13 to tile be
County of laurens.
IN O T OF COMnONng f. eotiti twenty
IN ovi OPCOMON ILEAS seve,(n andI Ctiv-m-0( liiiiiltedths 127 1
It. ). Nance, Plaintiff, 100) ae'es moro or less. bounded by
against lands of .1. It. Wolre. W. M. Abererom
Guy N. Boozer and W. I). Senn, Dv- til. N. .1. De-imieson, IT. 1). Ulahaffey
fendants. and 1. L. Owings.
Pituirsuant to a decree of the Court Tet'ms of Sale: csh. Pu rehaser to
in the above stated case, I will sell at (pay for papers nd Ftamps. If 1h1
puliic outCry to the Iighest, bidder, at terms of sale a i o con)1 ol with,
laaurens. C. If., S. C., on Salesday in the land to ie ol n ime of' me
November next, being Monday the 1st sobequeu r alesday on sile term,
(lay of the month, during the legal at risk of foime' purchaser.
hours for such sales, the following de- C. A. POWER
seril'ed property, to wit : C. C. <. P. inC G. S.. I i)1'r (t
lhat tract of land situalc i tlie Dated, this lt day of Or.. 191. 12