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MAIDDEN NEWS. *
Madden, Dec. 7.-Several from here
attended salesday Monday. There
were two tracts of land near here
sold, the estate of the late Mrs. M.
T. Allison. Mr. L. C. Martin of Spar
tanburg bought one; Mr. J. A. Wofford
bought the other.
Ben Tillman Moore, the young son
of Mr. and Ars. Dock Moore, was
buried in the New Prospect cemetery
last Tuesday, the funeral services be
Ing conducted by Rev. E. 'M. Light
foot of Clinton. The family have the
sincere sympathy of all in this hour
The carpenters have lie residence
of Mr. Percy Finley about ready foi
occupancy. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Finley
will move to the farmnl left vacant by
Mi'. Percy Finley.
The ladies of the neighborhood m1et.
Friday afternoon to elect new ollicers
of the lHural School association. Miss
os Ilettie Cunningham and Ma mie
Langston Were eiected president and
treasurer, respectively. Aliss Young
and the 8th grade girls served refresh
ments after the ineeting.
Mrs. May Madden and children have
mloved to the statioll anld she and Mrs.
Teague will li in tilie house of the
late 'Mrs. Allison.
Mr. and 'Ilrs. L. C. Marlin of Spar
tanhurg, w isitors to home ieo
ple lately. le forinter also went,
down to see his sis 1-r, Mrs. hll.
Copeland, .r. of (li ntlon. NIrs. Martin
also visited )q1 mother, Mrs. Cun
innghatn of Cold 'oinit. T'hese are
splendid young popl and are always
weDlCo11e Visitors.- in or milst.
Mls. \irginia Finliey is now having
hier1 face Itated ait wke are all hope
ful hal dho wilj son hi well aIain .
All our]. lie hom- w hav he1'ar'1d of
Rit Youln)g of Clinton .\loclulay we Iad
the pleasu Iof graspin his ha11 and
lookilig into the fal'ce of 1lhe splenldid
uld ni, the father3 of Launs conlll
ty's conmpetent treasll'et'. ills wife
was. my niother's girlhood friend and
wheni t hey nalie that visit, long
promised to see l'le Ton) Langston
and hear hinl tidle(I agaitn, I shall he
one of their first callers.
Mr. .1. A. Wofford carried his little
son, Lynt, to Greenville again Satur
day and from tihere went on to (cm
son to see .ohn Wofford, .Jr. Nl'. \Wof
ford was delighted with the manly ap
pearance of the (adets as a whole and
was especially pleased with the Lau
rens county Contingent --a y(' line
body of young fellows he found themn
- u n1 always glad 341 ned e the well
being~ of those who4 hat o gone4 tron us
and are nianI goin n o 1 l 0 r lace.
he1(e iS wi plea)11 t'hat i hr -
le i 311 fi act t1:11 4n 11- c) :I ' I J!n
good' .\lr. .1. .\lari w ho I' on
1111 k NI a Ii't 1 i it'' \\ i, v.. i' i
llenlry .\ahlni~ l his YearI I'l :1
3-acre paltcl :n bu Is of w'a I nd
80 busils ci c a n. .1 ler:- .\licre had
better look ou1t fr his l ai ue1l s now,
Sthat Sagetowni has entered4 thle r-ace.
It may b'Ie of' inter'est to note1. t hat this
cor w0 a as miade'--thal is-- the ('n3liva
tion thereeof ('onsume id Ii houris' work
Owinag to illness of hiert father, ouir
teacher M\iss I At Iii Youn tg wa not)0
able to he at school Molnda y.
V l's Rosa Gr3ay sp entI the w~(eek -(nd1
With her tfrienid, MIiss Ora l'owerIs.
Mr's. Tennile M adden C'alett arr'iiv~ed
Torusuday from lrida to I0 spend~ the
,ol idays wVith Mr ~s. (hora MIaddenc.
The frilends of Mr t. an MrlNIs. Cl ink
csales are sotrry that they have decid
Ked to sell theirt tarml neat' hertei. In
all prlobability they w-ill reide 11. int
par'tanhurt g in thle 41ntre.
*Miss Grace lFiinly spent the wiek
nd~ in1 JLurensi ait thle hiome of he4r
unt1, Mirs. Tiessiie .\l4 :ii
Rtelatives her . ' ' ,. o i Una
ion to) the 5ihe. ..'*
.ixariage of NIr3. and I j e
LOOK A T A (" D S
'ake no0 chances1.1i~ 'Jli~il13 tot
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Whfere wieci- '
flgbet a otd Ib ''iodec i
~ousd always ipateIiI
an It danli'etol15 ii
4ldren of all ages ad :rowni a '4
tedO~ on each bottle.
)ewar'e of coun tterfleit lig s', ti
kyour drtuggist for at 50t-centi I 114
"California syrup of 14igs." Ite
$'careofuuly and see that iI .- mi.,
the "Call'fornia Fig R~yru 'oim
y"We make no1 swla 'ie /4
-h( ack with conitemtpt anIy (othr
DR. C. A. SMITH
University of Virginia Professor Great
Admirer of the German Emperor.
Charlottesville, Va., Nov. 23.-Dr.
C. Alphonso Smith of the faculty of
the University of Virginia feently
delivered an address before the Deut
scher Vercin of the University of
Virginia in which he had many in
teresting things to say about the
Kaiser, his keenness of perception,
versatility, and general demeanor. "I
simply cannot conceive of the Kais
er as a warrior," Doctor Smith is
qutoted In closing. "Fron what I have
seen of Wilheln 11 and from what he
has said to me and before me, I can
not picture him as leading the battle
line of an army. The impression that
I did bring away was that he is the
most marvelously informed man in
the world today."
Doctor Simith's observations on
the personality of the German Em
peror are so interestinlg that they
are herewith reproduced Says he:
"1lis powers of observation fall
nothing short of In I raciu los. lie is
possessed of a sort of intellectual eu
riosity. An American visiting in Ber
lini rehates the story that hiis live
year-old Soil was roller-skating in
the Tiergarti en 1 iWhen the Kaiser's
a iautomobile passed. The Kaiser no
iced tatl the boy was an American,
and le eveli saw that tile ska4es he
ware Wire difterlent from those of tile
Grianii childrie. liIc alled the boy
to his cal. and founid out that :Hie
skates w rc m1iade in tle 'ntited States.
IHo ilmiediately bolg ht solme tof tieil
for his own childrli, heause, hl said,
t'ernmn skhas w'te not Illite ;Is good.
The hauiser's E&eiiness.
"W hnever the iewslipters dis
cl.seud sole far-l 'im: or staritln (g
discovery, Ile Na ser alsorbls it at
once. It li e tiks it im rtantI enhouighl
file discover recei ves ar in'. tat ion to
dile witi the Kaiser li ough the col
itmnlus of ''l Vossischer Zeitung.
"Two years ago I was Hoosevelt
excli nge professori to Owhe l'iversity
of Berlin, and that was where I met
the Kaiserv. lie always attends the
first exchaige addrvess. lt. it. is
never known on aty occasion whether
the Kaiserin is to accompany hii or
"I had learned imy speech so that
I could say it standing oi my liead,
but I rtliember the night before, I
was greatly agitated because I (lid
nilt kinow whether I wis to Ise the
singular or the plural formil of ad
d(rv ess. I vas afraid that on lookinig
into royal faces, I would forget the
dlifferencve het weenl theil.
"'Thie Kaiiser appeared t'i. Iis muan
in r are extrordiary. le i c h ill
i-a m tini of itene'Ha;:. li is not a
ha11:!;-In. Hlis picture'(:, railber
m a'r ~ Ct'4 k . i 's f x i alumiet i i
S ed . a if lit- h1;d lad
: 11 .,1:. oy 41i : iny. tI x i l h it e
hja n I .- lii ( t-arit, I o aki at
thlalot lhe~ tair iy gloes.;righ
''.\~t ll th atr' ohrsiesi, I was
O w, took myl kt too miisht,
-it tie dining room, I found that I
"Thie Kaliser ine a ppea red first. Thien
thle Ka isetr( cm thr oulghi ai s ide donor,
jautiily. ainid exchanging jokes with
his liveried sutbordinautes. 'The Pr'hin
cess 1 .Oiuise was thle (lnly at herI miemil
her oif the royal famiily to joint the
"Th'fe Kaiser Is a teetotaler. lIeI
iarlely toucheles wine at. beer. ThereC
was a smllI glass (if witne at each
Iliace, bitt the Kaiser left hIs unmo11
'A fter' (dinnler I wats led 1into a
ii l leetl 1y fuit lshied sI ttitig r'oom.
'Tie haiser salt (lawn at hits tbe anid
lkaiserin sat iopjposite 1him1 andt too0k
(Iss, wiii un s tllii n itg iaire tha a
"'rl. 'lacedf hirself he(1t we(en themtl,
('hotuasIresand Sainta Cluls,
Hist s an oter cildu in the world
iii hid dl,
I ii a i.ng i1' I thaw Isil am
inani. It is lnei reason01 whly I iin
lot ingll of the Kaiser as a warrior.''
Io he Ithnriestuun & Western ('airolina
11111 w iill sell (eheaptl e'xeu rshoon
'k ets acil'onnli, oif thle lIfolidays5, tIk
it N fil stile Ilecembe~r 17, i8, 2i3, 21, 23,
t191,, finnuui liit ,lani 19, 191(6.
l'or rate's, et.f* aply toI ticket agent
atrI lirnest i'llliamis, (General Passen
irer A .\'ent, . tiurustat, (aS.
" ('ardI of Th'Ianks.
We witsh to express our thanks to
out' friends whlo so kIndly offered theIr
synmplathy durt'ing the 11llness andI death
of oilr wIfe and mother, and esplecial
ly (10 we thank those who rendered
W. M. Myers and Cilldronn
PEACE VERY DISTANT
Does Not Think That Conditions are
Anywhere .Near Ripe for Peace.
Vienna, Dec. 6.-The Neue Frele
Presse published an interview with
the German field marshal, von Hin
denburg at his quarters, which are
described as being "in one of the
most important points of the line of
defense which Russia had establish
ed against Germany."
The field marshal began, in reply
to a remark concerning his populari
ty and his eventual triumphal entry
into Berlin, by saying laughingly:
"I am already frightened about it.
If I could have my way, I wodld not
enter Berlin at all but would wear
civilian clothing and leave the train
at Kottbus. I do not like to be feted.
Cinci nnatus who returned to the
plough, is a beautiful figure. Ilow
ever my entry Into Berlin will not
come so quickly.
"At present the enemy won't make
peace. They are not yet weakened
enough. We must therefore keep it
Field .llarshall von lliin(lenburg
criticised the French tldemands, par
ticularly that relating to Alsace-Lor
raiiie. "If tliey want it," he said,
"fithey should come and get it."
"''he British, he continued, "ap
pear also to have decided to c(ontinue
the war. It is true that reports come
fromt I india that ought to dam pen the
Iiritisli lIst for wai somewhat bit
one mIul st wait. an(d see whether itese
reports are cor'robora(ed. Grteat 1il
ai las her achilles tendon; I ai not
referiig alone to India.
"IliI IuIssia, also, the l Eiperor and
g"OVOri nmeti plaiiiy desire the conitin
nation of tlie war. Tle liost rimark
able Ilung is Ihat all hese iations do
inot See t11at. Ithey are only sactificitig
li tiselves for (reat Britaiin. It does
inot look like peace and so Gctrmaity
(:Iinot sleath i her sword.
'ur tactical posilion is excellent.
E'specially in the east (lie German
armiy has reached tie most favorale
strategelic positionl concei vable."
lie asserted that the Russian human
Material was much poorer than the
first year of the war; that Russia
('oul(1 fill tle gaps with itle reserves
now mustered but could not forn new
armies. Thie lack of oflicers was also
The Russian asseition that t heir de
feats in .Iuly and August were due to
lack of am innitin Iion were only poor
exu(ses, said the field ima rshal, who
"'There are no sigins that the demor
a.lization of the itussiai armti1y observ
ed thi has been ovecoIie."
lie said h16 did 1tnt ( ePect a nothiet'
luan k lfentsive hut was teady for
one; Ow .tihe ntur of IIth warfare had1i
Wmtle 11t war one of a11nntitili lon. 'iTe
xnion ttiof warfare all1 over E-:urope
wsa dami.,er for N.1polvonl and( the(
rn on;11 of hC., fall raid 1he G4,rman11
'ayin: '"I should he especially pleas
ed at the( decisive dtefeat of the Ital
innis. 'This w'ar iusltnot end wvithonut
it thrtee lrinipial sinner's, Great
tlrilain, Serbltia antid Italy re'eiving ist
Treat Catarrh by
ie', irenIih of iiyomel 'arrIs Heal
in .ledienHted Air to the' Infected
Nearlhy everiy one wh'o has en aarrhl
know's how~ fool isht it is to trty and curie
it n atil sprays, lot ions, aind the like.
'IT'emporary relief may be given, but a
('ire1 seldomi comles,
I 'itil recently y'ouri physician would
prtobably have said the only way to
hel p catarrht woiuld he to have a
olhange of climate; b~ut nOW with a
simtipie preparation called Hlyomel you
enni' cy a healtIh-giving eillmtate in
you r Vest pocket and by br'eathiing it
at fe(w minutes f'oui' times a (lay sue
essfiully t rent youirself .
The 'ompt de I Tyoifpel outflt Ia inex
ltenisive and consists'of an inhaler that
can lie cari''edl ini te Iovest lpocket, a
imedicline dr'opni'r/i d a b)ottle or Ily
omel. Thle inhale /lasts a lIfe time,
and if one hot tie does not give permna
--.ent teller, an extra bottle of hlyomel
aim lie obitained at any time for a
trilling sum. It is more eonomical
thban all iemedles advertised tot' the
curiie of eatarrh'l, and is the only tireat
mnt knowni to us that follows nat ure
In t.eir method of treating diseases of
the r'estilrator'y organs.
Tae Laurens Dirug Co. have sold a
great many H yomel outfits and the
mor'e they sell, the moire convinced
they ar'e thnt they nra' partectiy safe
In gunrarteeing to r'efund the money
if I lyomei does not reloeve.
Agreed With HIm.
"Your husband is looking so muc~h
better nowadays, Mrs. Nurich." "Yes,
It's the new treatment. I1e's been try.
ing sonme immunity baths."'-Duffalo
No Hurry for Detalis.
Passenger (to chauffeur)-"Heyh
you've run over a man. Aren't you
going to stop?" Chauffeur-"Naiwi I
can read all about it in the Dapers."
HINTS FOR GIFT BUYERJ
i MONEY SAVING Is'the'hint that interests
you most of all. It is easy
enough to find the things you want but finding them
at a price that will suit your purse is another story.
, Right here at Terry's is the proper place to buy if.
you desire the most reasonably priced and most satis
, factory gifts.
Gifts for the Ladies. Gifts for the Men.
We offer .ist a few othe. suggestions Why not one of these as a gift for
-ssitale gifts for your lady father, or brother, or son ?
Lradies' IIandkcehiefs ..........02 to .15 Uathrobe Blanket .... .... ...... 3.50
lalies' I nitial Ilanidkerchiefs. . .05 to .15 Madras Shirts ... . ... . ... .. .... 1.00
Silver Ss i ..... . .... .. .50 to 2.50 Pereale Shirts. .... .... .....50 and 1.00
?I *il *tc i g ... ... ... .5 *,, 0 and 1.00 Silli Socks, pair ..... .... .... . . 2
1.eI'ather Handl IBags .... .... ... .50 to 2.00 Silk Soeks, pair .... .... .... .... .25
Pair of, Shos .... .... .... 2.50 to 3.50 Neckties .... .... .... .... .25 and .50
T46i4. W ater. Toilet Soaps 'Ind Tat- ' Initial liandkerchi efs .... .... .... .05
<-111m Powder. , Mlen's i.-inen Handkerchtiefs ..... .... .10
Wonderful Cloak Values. Irresistable Suit Values.
.N.1 hal t il, Cotsi here fo r
Don't Iake a mistake aond buy you
your 0Spetion and at remarkably winter Cloak you have sen
4W einvs omI .... .... 5.00 to 15.00 0ur hanl dsomiie vEllection, ranmginig inl
.\ ht~nn~lomeCoa m( h eklt s hat. as prie f'rom .... .... .... 10.00 to 15.00
ri As a Christmas gi11 you could Iever
Big Assortment of Separate ""ter o '""0T "i)preciated
kt. Children's Coats.
compl(te, andt attractive line of
Skirts. ensisting ot novelty stipies We are especially proud of o1r lmag
and14 pliin cloths. All tailored and n1i'tint line of Children's Coats in
port styles. Just the Skirt you re- all the populitr shades and weaves.
(quirte fo~ rgeneral wear,~ rangintg in .Bring your children here and let us
price f'rom ....2........2.50 to 7.50 fit them with a fine warm coat for
(I of these wouid Inake a ImiostI ae- tihe chilly winter days. In prices
ceptable gift. from .... .... .... .... 1.25 to 5.00
GET IT AT GET IT AT
H. TERRY'S j R Pi II. TERRY'S
BY PARCELS POST BY PARCELS POST
Ask any man where 4
he prefers his gift to come
- from, and he'll tell you
- .from a man's store.
~ This store is ready
with the kind of gifts a
11 A NDKIERCIHIEF1S HALF HOSE COMBINATION S ETIS
- 5 to 50c 15c to $1.00 S00 to $4.00
HATS SIILK HALF HOSE NIGHT SIIIRTS
$1.50 to $5.00 50c to $1.00 50c to $2.00
.1*11I GLOVES SI0 SITS FULL D)RESS SETSC
$1.00 to $2.50 $20 o$.0$2.00' to $5.00)
EL MEN'S SUITS
WORK GLOVES $15.00 to $50.00, NEGLIGEE SHIIRTS:
50c to $2.00 500 to $2.00
WOOLEN G LOVES , 50c to $2.50' UND ERWE A R
250 to 50c SHIRTS 50o to $1.50
FULL DRESS VESTS 500 to $2.00- RAINCOATS
$3.50 to $5.00 COLLARS $5.00 to $17.50
FANCY VESTS * BATH ROBES
* $2.50 to $5.00 h UNTING BOOTS $4.00 to $5.00
CANE'S HTAND) BAGS LOUNGING ROBES,
50c to $1.00 $5.00 to $1.00o $4.00 to $5.00
GA RT ERS SUIT CASES NECKCWEAR'
- 25c to 50c $5.00 to $15.00 25o to $2.00.
And of course Shoes for the Whole FamIly.
Clardy & Wilson
Lauren, S. C.