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* DIALS NEWS. *
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Dials, Jan. 3.-Mr. Walter Gray of
Hazelhurst, Ga., spent last week with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Zack Gray.
Mr. Ernest Harris who has been in
the city hospital at Greenville for
several weeks, owing to an operation
which was performed on his head af
ter injuries received during a fox race,
Is expected home in a few days, having
regained his usual strength.
Mr. Jess Lipford, and Miss Nellie
Lipford of Donalds, and Miss Grace
Simmons of Poplar, spent last week
end with Mr. H. Y. Simmons and fam
Mr. J. M. Owings of Wofford col
lege spent the holidays with home
Misses Cecil Owings and Eileen
Curry. the Hillside teachers, spent
the holidays with their parents, as did
Miss Kate Curry teacher at Fork
Mr. J. R. lellams of Spartanburg,
spent a few days last week with the
family of Mr. J. R. Brownlee, looking
after business matters.
Mr..jand Mrs. N. Z. Nabors and chil
dren of Columbia, spent Christmas
with Mrs. I. S. Brooks.
Miss Fannie Brownlee was the
guest of her sister, Mr:;. W. L. Bolt
of Hendersonville last week.
Mr. Win. Brooks, accompanied by
his friend Mr. Horace Gray of Eden,
motored to Winnsboro Monday, where
they were the guests of Miss Bessie
Mr. Townes Curry and family moved
to the Willis place in the Shiloh com
munity Tuesday. We regret the loss
of these good people and wish them
much success in their new home. It
is understood that Mr. Bartlet Owings
and mother will reside in the house
vacated by Mr. Curry.
Miss Marie Curry of Lander Col
lege, spent the 'Chriqtnies holidays
with her mother.
Misses Nell and Cla'a McCall left
Monday for Hendersoni ills. .. C.,
where Miss Clara will enroll as a stu
dent at Fruitland. 11cr sister will re
main a few days visiting friend3 be
fore returning home.
Mr. J. Archie Willis of Atlanta, Ga.,
visited homefolks here last week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Gillespie and dbil
dren of Greenville, spent a part of the
holidays with Mr. Harris Curry and
Miss Jeanette Thomason visited rel
atives in Fountain Inn last week.
One of the most enjoyable occasions
of the holidays was the party given by
Miss Jewell Curry at her home Fri
day evening. The house presented a
very effective scene with its yule tide
decorations. Rook and other games
were played. During the evening
fruits were passed by the hostess.
Those who enjoyed Miss Curry's hos
pitality were Misses Kate and Eileen
Ourry, Cecil Owings, Marie Curry,
Uallie Brownlee, Ostell Willis and Nell
McCall; Messrs Nile Jackson, J. M.
Owings, Wright Willis, Janie Moore,
Leonard Gwins, David Brownlee,
Bartley Owings, John Simmons,
George Yeargin and Booth Grag.
Mr.. and Mrs. Haskell Gray and lit
te. eon were the guests Thursday of
Mr. 3. R. Browniee and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Curry were re
emt visitors in the "Mountain -City",
'where they were the gues of Mr. and
-Mrs. Wmn. Davis.
Messrs Wollie Abercrombie and Joe
Brownlee were business ieitors in
1%ountain Inn Friday.
Miss U~na Bolt returned to her home
Sunday alfter a few days' visit with
her sister here.
Miss Ruth Swltzer was the guest of
relatives in the Friendship communi
ty last week.
Mrs. Win. Gray of Gray Court, spent
a few days last week with her mother,
Mrs. I. S. Brooks.
Mir. JIoe lBrownlee had as his guest
3aturday night Mr. Conway Gray.
Mir. Converse Ihenderson, who is at
tending the North Greenville high
school spent the holidays with his par..
Prof. Clyde Curry of Vanderbilt
Ulniveirsity, visied his parents, Mir.
and Mrs. WN. C. Curry during the
Christ mas, holidays.
TO (ltE CIIILDRE.N'S COLRS.
KCeep childl dry, clothe comfortable,
avoid exposure and give Dr. Bell's
'Pine-Tair-Honey. It is pleasant, sooth
ing, antiseptic, raises phlegm and re
duces inflanmmation. The first (lose
gives relief, continued treatment with
proper care will avoid serious illness
or a long cold. Don't delay treatment.
Don't lot your child suffer. (let a bot
te today. Insist on Dr. Hell's Pine
- Tar-Honey, 25c at Druggists.
Card of Thanks.
We wish to express our' sincerest
thianks to our neighbors and friends,
who were so kind and thoughtful dur
ing the recent illness and death of our
'wife and mother. The many kind deeds
.*11i ever be remembered 'by those who
Ieved her. May God's richest bless
AIegitrest on each of them.
J. D. Sexton and Children.
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* TYLERSVILLE NEWS. *
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Tylorsville, Jan. 3.-Rev. J. K. Holl
man of Enoree filled his regular ap
pointment at Sandy Springs Sunday
Miss Fannie Poole who has been
spending the holidays with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Poole returned
to Dalzell Sunday where she is en
gaged in teaching.
Miss Lillie Peterson left Friday for
Mullins where she is engaged in teach
Miss Mabel Blume returned Sunday
from Neces where she has been spend
ing the holidays with her parents.
Miss Grace Poole who is teaching
near Cross Anchor returned to her
work Monday after spending the holi
days with her parents.
Mlessrs W. D. Byrd and J. S. Craig
attended the funeral of '1)r. Shands
in Clinton Saturday afternoon.
Miss Tula Donnan leaves Tuesday
for Whitmire where she is teaching.
Mr. Eugene Adams of Fountain Inn,
spent several (lays last week with Mr.
and Mrs. Furman Poole.
Msis Fannie Poole and brother Josh
ua Craig, spent several days last week
in Renno as the guest of Miss Ina Pitts
Miss Lydie Peterson of Spartanburg
visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. .I.
W. Peterson during the holidays.
Mr. Reed Todd and family of Pea
Ridge spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Donnan and family.
Among the college students who
spent the holidays here with their par
ents are Misses Annie Mae Donnon,
Mary and Talula Little from Win
throp; Mr. William Peterson from
\Vofford and Mr. Will Wright from
MOTHERj YOUR CHILD
IS CROSS, FEVERISH,"
If toinirue is conted, breath bad, stom
ach sour, clean liver and boive's.
Give "California Syrup of Figs" at
once-a teaspoonful today often saves
a sick child tomorrow.
If your little one is out-of-sorts,
half sick, isn't resting, eating and act
ing naturally-look, Mother! see if
tongue is coated. This is a sure sign
that its little stomach, liver and bow
els are clogged with waste. Whenl
cross, irritable, feverish, stomach sour,
breath bad or has stomach-ache, diar
rhoea, sore throat, full of cold, give a
teaspoonful of "California Syrup of
Figs", and in a few hours all the con
stipated poison, undigested food and
sour bile gently mq/ves out of its little
bowels withouit gr)>ing, and you have
a well playful c ild again.
Mothers can rAst easy after giving
this harmless \' uit laxative," because
it never fails to cleanse the little one's
liver and bowels and sweeten the
stomach and they dearly love its pleas
ant taste. Full directions for babies,
children of all ages and for grown-ups
printed on each bottle.
Beware of counterfeit fig syrups. Ask
your druggist for a 50-cent bottle of
"Falifornia Syrup of Figs;" then see
that it is made by the "California Fig
Program of Annual Asseetational Corn
ferenco et Lauren. County Baptist.
lua. been Amnemacek
The program of the Annual Associa
tional Conference of Laurensg county
Baptists, which is to be held in the
Wirst Baptist church of this city Pri
day January 14th, has been announced
by the committee and is as follows:
10-10: 30-Devotional exercises by J.
10:30-11--Perils of Prosperity. E. M.
11-11: 30-Grouping of Churches into
Fields. H. L. Baggott.
11 :30-12--Is an lEvery-Momber Can
vass Possible in all of Our Church
es? C. B. Hobo.
12-12:-15-Addlress. iDr. C. J. Thomp
l:--5-Meeting of inXeutive Boeardl in
Conjunct ion with messengers.
Note-Principle speakers al'Iowed
E. M. Lightfoot,
iI. L. Hlagkott,
M. L. Lawson.
FOR RhiE UMA'iTOM.
As soon as an attack of itheumuatismn
begins appiy Sloan's Li iment. 'Don't
waste time and auffer' unnecessary
agony. A few drops of Sloan's Lini
ment on the affeteed p~a ts is all 'you
need. The pain goes at once.
A grateful sufferer w ites:-"I was
suffering for three week with Chronic
Rheumatism and Stiff eck, although
I tr'iedi many medipvino , they failed,
anq I was under the\ca o of a doctor.
Fortunately I heard \o Sloan's Lini
ment and after using i three or four
(days am upi andl well. I am employed
at the biggest diepar'tment store in S.
Fl where they emplIoy from six to eight
hundred hands, and they surely will
hoar all about Sloan's Iniment.-.
B. Smith, San Francisco, Cal.-Jan.
1915, At all Druggists.
Habit la internal Principle.
Habit is an inteonal principle whidh
leads us to do easily, naturally, and
with growing certainty, whlat we do
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EKOM NEWS. *
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Ekom, Jan. 8.-The Christmas holi
days were very quietly spent ii this
sedtion. It seemed that quietude pro
Our school will open aga4n Monday.
Misses Myrtle and Frankie Culbert
son spent Christmas at home.
Miss Winona Ohaney spent the holi
days with homefolks in Laurens.
Mr. and M1rs. Hasting of near Green
wood and Mrs. Allen of Ware Shoals,
spent a few days of last week 'with
their sister, Mrs. T. J. Cooper.
Messrs James Culbertson and Mar
vin 'Coley of near Fountain Inn, and
Mr. R. 1. Coley spent Thursday with
Mr. L. C. Culbertson and family.
Mr. A. I. Thome and family spent
Thursday with Mr. B. M., Latimer and
Mr. and Mrs. E~dgar Burts and chil
dren spent a few. days of Christmas
week with relatives here.
Mrs. Aattle Pitts and Mrs. Grace
Pierce spent Tuesday with the family
of Mrs. Y. J. Culbertson and Tuesday
night with ir. and Mrs. L. C. Culbert
son and family.
Miss Blackman visited Mrs. Loo Cul
bertson and daughter one night recent
Mrs. T. II. Burts and little girls,
Nell and Sarah, and Mr. and Mrs. Ern
est Burts visited Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Misses Lola and Bessie Godfrey
spent one day last week with Dr.
Cooper and family.
Mrs. L. C. Culbe'tson and daughter,
Myrtle visited Mr. Tom Pitts recently.
Miss Pearl Culbertson spent Thurs
day night with Miss Laurence Culbert
son and mother.
Mrs. Margaret Moore visited Mrs. Jane
Culhertson and family Sunday.
Mr. and Airs. Carl Proflitt returned
home last. Monday after several days'
visit to the latter's sister in Hickory
Mr. and Mrs. T. .T. Cooper and Misses
Edna and Kifura Cooper spent Thurs
day with Mr. and Mrs. J. TT. Mitchell.
Air. and Airs. Floyd Godfrey made a
flying visit to our town Friday.
Misses Evelyn, Dollie and little
Kathleen 'ulhertson spent the day
with Miss Lonie Cooper recently.
Mr. R. M. Culbertson happened to a
very painful accident on Friday night,
while going along a path, fell into a
deep gully and broke both arms.
GIRLS DRAW A MOIST
CLOTH THROUGH HAIR,
DOUBLE ITS BEAUTY
Try this!. hair gets thick, glossy,
wavy and beautiful at once.
the joy of it. Your hair becomes light,
wavy, fluffy, abundant and appear as
soft, lustrous and beautiful as a young
girl's after a Danderine hair cleanse.
Just try this-moisten a cloth with a
little Dandorine and carefully draw It
through your hair, taking one amall
stand at a time. This will cleanse the
hair of dust, dirt or excessive oil, and
in just a few momenta you have dou
bled the beauty of your hair. A de
lightful surprise awaits tose whose
hair has been neglected o' is scraggy,
faded dry, brittle or tlin. Besides
beautifying the air, Inderine dis
solves every pa lele Iof dandruff:
eleanses, purifta ~d a1vigorates the
scalp, -forever sto pin itching and
falling'hair, but wa7 'wl'h please you
most will be after' few weeks' use.
when you see new hair--fine and
downy at first--yes-but really new
hair growing all over the scalp. If
you care for pretty, soft hair, and lots
of it surely get a 25-cent bottle of
Knowlton's Danderine from any drug
store or toilet counter and just try it.
Keep Stock Off Grain.
While the cr'y comes from some
sources to planlt more grain, there Is
another loudh cry from another (diree
tion to "keep your stock off the
grass". Sonme farmers are complaIn
ing becauise others are allowing their
stock to ru loose and injure the grow..
ing crops. This Is just a reminder to
the careless ones that some are corn
EASY TO TAhE--NO PAIN
It's no longer necessary to hear the
weakening sickness and terrible nau
sea that always fol Iws a dose of cal
Liv-Ver-Lax cler 'ses the torpid liv
er, and livons u te whole system by
ridding it of th o'4 gging poisons. Yet
it works so gex t1 and pleasantly that
you hardly kn~i you've taken ft.
LIv-Ver-TLax. 1*Ing purely vegetable.
is absolutely harmless, and does not
tear' up the system like calomel. And
it's guaranteedl to he satisfactory or
the dIruggist will return your money.
iFor' oale at 50Oc and $1 at Laurens Drug
HOW TO CU E$ COLDS.
Avoid exposure and drafts. Eat right,
Take Dr. King's New' Discovery. Tt Is
prepared from Pine fTar, henling bal
sams and mild laxatives. Dr. Kingc's
New Discovery kill 4and expels the
cold germs, sooth sa e irritated threat
and allays infilam Ion. It heals the
mucous membrane, earch as you wilt
you cannot finid 'a otter cough and
cold remedy. Its use over 45 years is
a guarantee of natInfantkan.
New Year Greetings!
At the close of this old year, which
started bad but finished good, we feel ,
deepest appreciations towards all those
friends who contributed to our content
ment during the year that has passed and
in gratitude we offer wishes for a prosper
ous New Year, with the business prophecy
that 1916 has in store both for you and
fbr us a more liberal share of Good Things
than either has enjoyed in many seasons.
SOME NEW YEAR OFFERINGS
Some extra values in Linen Torchon Laces at 5c per
yard. York Dress Ginghams just arrived, fast colors.
EXPECTED IN A FEW DAYS
Chatham Striped Voile, Corded Voile, Striped
Voile, Wedford Voile, Gros Grain Voile. These
goods are expected in a few days from one of the
biggest manufacturers in the e st.
acels 1Post P Iar els r ost
. Terry. H. Terry.
SBegin the New Year Right
SCHRISTMAS SAVING CLUB
Soepeople fuse and fame and fret becaun they
Shave no money at Chrstina. tim, when they wish to buy
presents for friend, and loved ones. Are you one of thee?
There is a way to get money that i. commendable and
we advise every one to try it at the dawn of this new
year. IERE IS THE PLAN
You can join any or all of these classes or others.
second weUk the e nts the third week, and so on iutil the last
nayent of ify cnts restreached, On December 15th you will ro- (f
nla I D on-ayent of fifty centsn the fiach w e fory-iney
weeks, On December 15th you will receive $12.75 and Interest.
eco dwe k ix e th ird week, andr so on un til ieet thetpy
mento $ 0 sreached. On <December 15th yott will receive $25.50
Clas on ninety-six e ntsete fthird week, ad so ocuntil
the ~ las paym nt amonstoonly two cents. On December 15th you
- ffy wees On December 16th you will r eeve $12.50 and Intr et
las 100-Paymnt of oe dolla each wee for a p rlod of 50
.ryo wil binvited to jin, whether a reua cutomer of oars
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