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Dials, Jan. 24.--A marriage of much
interest to their many friends was
that of Miss Nell McCall to Mr. John
Simmons last Monday. The young
people went to Greenville Monday and
were quietly married there Monday ev
ening. After a brief sojourn with rel
atives in the "Mountain City", the
young people are at present making
their home with the mother of the
Mrs. Simmons is a young lady of
rare charm and winning personality,
and number her friends by the scores.
The groom is a popular and progres
sive young farmer.
Miss Lola Martin of Renno, is spend
ing a few days with her parents.
Miss Bess Moore of Enoree, was a
recent visitor of Miss Jewell Curry and
other relatives here.
Mr. D. D. Brownlee spent Wlodnes
day night and Thursday in Laurens.
Mr. M. V. Holder has returned from
a pleasant visit with relatives in
Mr. [Ludio Abercrombie of Hickory
Tavern was the week-end guest of Mr.
1). D. Brownlee.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Shell of Gray
'Court 'were the Sunday guests of Mr.
Claud Owings and family.
Mr. Bud Abercrombie and family of
Woodruff, were in our midst Sunday.
Mrs. Mack Campbell and children of
Greenville, spent the week-end with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Camp
Our community was greatly pained
and shocked Saturday when it became
known that Mr. Alex McCall, a well
known citizen of this place, had died
at his home Friday night between 11
and 12 o'clock,
Ills death was sudden and unexpect
ed, and was lue to paralysis of -the
brain. Mr. McCall was an active men
ber of Dials church, and was highly
esteemed by all who knew him. He
is survived by his wife who was Miss
Sallie Putman, and the following chil
dren: Charles, Mrs. John Simmons,
Clara Bell, Bob, Osteen and Boyd.
The .remains were interred in the
cemetery hero Sunday afternoon at 3
o'clock. The services were conducted
by the Rev. T. W. Munnerlyn.
HERE'S NEW VIGOR FOR
The Laurens Drug Co., the popular
druggists, have been In the drug busi
ness long enough to have their own
opinion of the best way of selling med
icines. They say the plan adopted by
Ali-o-na, the great dyspepsia remedy,
is the fairest they have over heard of.
They don't believe that a medicine
ought to be-paid for unless it does the
user some good. And Mi-o-na is sold
under a positive guarantee to relieve
dyspepsia or to refund the muoey. You
simply leave 60 cents on desit with
the Laurens Drtig Co. and 1$, after you
have used the lox of Mi- na you de
cide that it has (lone yo no good, all
you have to do s to te them so and
they will return your oney.
hlundreds of iicopW have been re
lieved of stomaci a - nies by using this
remarkable remned . It is not simly3
a food digester; it is a medicine that
puts all of the digestive organs into
normal condition and gives i'uddy,
glowing, vigor'ous health. A change for'
the better will be seen after the first
few doses of Mi-o-na, and its continued
use wvill soon give the powei' to eat
anything at any tino ahd not suffem
distress after'ward.. Use Mi-o-na and
see howv much more there is in life.
Friendis of Judge Johnson Look for Ills
Spartanburg, Jan. 23.-Local friends
of Judge Joseph T. Johnson, of the
Ulnitedl States court for the western
dlistrict of South Car'olina, will be dis
ap~pointed if the United States Senate
does not confirm the judlge's appoint
The delay in his confirmation has oc
casioned considerable speculation in
South Carolina, but thme most recent
information from Washington is to the
effect that thme senate wvill act on Mon
(lay. Judge Johnson is serving as
judge of the newv federal district un
(dcr a recess appointment by Pi'esident
Confirmed Soon, Says Nichol1s.
Greenville, Jan. 23.--A letter' has
been reeived in Greenville from Con
gressman Sam J. Nicholls, in which the
statement was made that Joseph T.
Johnson would soon be confirmed as
federal judge of the western district of
South Carolina. There has been some
thing which to outsidci's baa seemed
peculiar' in the delay on thme part of
thme senate in confirmiing this recess
appointment made by President WVil
son. The letter from Congressman
Nicholls statedi that there had been,
sever'al months ago, prior to the as
suming of the jud~gship) by Judge John
son, certain protests made upon him,
and that time department of justice,
acting in accoiyl with custom, turned
these over to the judiciary committee
of thme United States senate, Judge
Johnson has been in Washington for
BARKSDALE NEWS. *
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Barksdale, Jan. 24.-Everybody of
this community is getting anxious for
the ground to get dry enough to plow.
Mrs. Amanda Chaney of Clinton, who
has been spending a few weeks in this
community, left for Laurens Friday.
Many friends will be glad to know
that Mrs. J. Ii. Milam who has been
in bed for a month is able to be up
A great surprise took place last Sun
day, January 16th, when Miss Idez
Baldwin of Barksdale and Mr. J. H.
Smith of Owings were happily mar
ried at the homy of the bride's par
onts, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Baldwin, Rev.
J. A. Brock, of Laurens performing the
ceremony. They left on Monday for
Dwings where they will make their
Mrs. J. Y. Henderson and grand
laughter, Annie Bishop, were the
guests of Mrs. J. II. Milam Thursday,
Misses Allie and Annie Bishop were
the guests of Misses Loudelle and An
nie Baldwin Sunday, January 16th.
Miss Annie Baldwin was the guest
of Mrs. J. Ht. M11iam Saturday.
The weather has been most unfavor
able for people who have automobiles.
Misses Annie and Mamie Butler and
Annie Bishop were the guests of Miss
es Loudelle and Annie Baldwin; also
Mr. 'Dewey Bolt and Mr. Clayton But
Many friends will be sorry to hear
of the death of Mr. Alex McCall. Many
People from this community attended
the funeral at Dials church on Janu
The school children of Barksdale
school are having a hard time this
week standing examinations.
FOR RH EUMA TIS3I.
As soon as an attack of Rheumatism
begins apply Sloan's Liniment. 'Don't
waste time and suffer unnecessary
gony. A few drops of Sloan's Lini
ment on the affetced parts is all you
need. The pain goes at once.
A grateful sufferer writes:--"I was
miffering for three weeks with Chronic
Rheumatism and Stiff Neck, although
l tried many medicines, they failed,
mnd I was under the care of a' doctor.
Fortunately I heard of Sloan's Lini
[nent and after using it three or four
lays am up and well. I am employed
at the biggest, department store in S.
Fl where they employ from six to eight
iutkdred hands, and they surely will
lear all about Sloan's Liniment.-H1.
13. Smith, San Francisco, Cal.-.Jan.
1915. At all Druggists.
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YOUNGS NEWS. *
Youngs, Jan. 24.--Mr. Clyde Glenn is
at home from Charlotte for a few days.
Miss Docia Rhodes,, of Gray Court,
bas been visiting Idllie Mae Riddel and
Miss Otis Glenn this week.
Mrs. ijmma I. Smith is visiting rela
tives at Enoree.
Mr. John J. Manley and Mr. Tyra
Manley made a business visit to Lau
Mr. 5. B. Glenn gave a musical enter
tainmnent Monday night. Those pres
ent wer'e Misses Annie lPrior, Otis
Elenn, Illie Mae Riddel, Messi's Tyi'a
Manley, Ei'win Owens, Alvin Riddel,
LeRoy 'Smith, Mr. and Mi's. lDen W\ingo.
Diamiberlain's Cough Riemedy Most
"I have taken a great many bottles
af Chamberiain's Cough Remedy and
ovei'y time it has cured me. I have
round it most effectual foi' a hacking
sough and for colds. After taking it
a cough always disappears," writes .
R. Moorea, Lost Valley, Ga. Obtain
Florence, Jan. 18.-Miss Lillian
Amanda Jones, daughter of Dr. Willie
TP. Jones of Ware Shoals, and James
Ar'thur McGowan of Waycr'oss, Ga.,
were married January 15th, 1910, at
the residence of Rev. Smith of this
city. The only attendants were Miss
ila Wright of Lake City high school
and W. J1. Lucas or Savannah.
Mrs. McGowan is a descendant of
one of the old Vir'ginia families and
one of the leading teachers. Herm host
of friends regret that her marriage
wvill cause her i'emoval from the state.
Mir. McGowan is a prominent 'ail
road man and for a number of years
has been holding a respionsible 1)ost
tion with the A. C. L. Co., at Wany
The bridle wvas attractively attij'ed
In a gray traveling suit, fur trimmed,
a soft Georgetto blouse andl acces
sories to match. After a tour' through
Florida, Mr'. andl Mrs. McGowan will
be at home to their fiends at 41
Lebeau street, Waycross, Ga.
Those who bmeakfast at eight o'clock
or later, uiinli ai, I welve and have dlin
ner at six ai'o almost cei'tain to lbe
troubled with indigestion. They do not
allow time foi' one meal to dligest lie-,
foro taking another'. Not less than five
hours should elapse between meals.
If you ai'e troubled with indigestion
cor'rect your' habits and take Chaim
berlain's Trablets, and you may reason
ably hope for a quick recovei'y. These
tablets strengthen the stomach and
enable it to p~erform its' functions na
turally. Obtainable evoi'ywhere.
99 cts. will look like The last days of the
$2.00 Friday and Sat- SALE
urday at Minter Co. will be the best.
Friday and Saturda
SATURDAY IS THE LAST DAY OF OUR SALE
and we want to make the last two days as good as the
first two days, and will offer most unusual bargains.
We take stock next week and want to convert a large
amount of merchandise into cash. All goods are very
much higher and very scarce, yet, you can buy many
things here Friday and Saturday at less than they can
One lot $2.00 Royal Worcester Corsets 5 pair 25c Sox
just arrived, Friday and Saturday sale 99 ar2cSx- .. .. 99C
14 yds. 10c Cheviots in short lengths Fri
day and Saturday Sale - - i 4 pair 50c Silk Sox - . 99C
20 yds. Sea Island - - 9Q
c 6 Ties worth 25c each for' - 99Q
6 large 25c Towels, Friday and Saturday 99C 1 pir good srceabl fox 99C
99C 12 pair good serviceable Sox - Qp
10 yds. long cloth in bolts, extra special 99C
One lot Waists worth $1.50 to $2.00 9QC
13 yds. Pajamna Checks - - 9QC
1ye - - One lot Waists worth 75c to $1, two for 99C
SHOES AT 99 CTS. One lot Gowns, 2 for . . '99C
One lot Ladies' Shoes, sizes 3 to 4 1-2,
worth $2 and $3, Friday and Saturday 9C One lot Middy Blouses, worth 75c to $1
small sizes, 2 for - C
One lot Children's Shoes, broken lots, all
sizes up to 2s worth $1.25 and $1.50 9 9C One lot Kimonasf worth 75c, 2 fo 99C
One lot Men's Hats, worth $1.50 to $2 50
Friday and Saturday Sale - 5 Qc One lot $1.50 Kimonas - 99C
One lot $1.50 Suit Cases . 99c Small lot Ladies' Skirts, worth $4.00 and
O l $ 0ac $5.00, narrow skirts to close at - c
One lot Odd Pants worth $1.50, special, 99C 25 Ladies' Handkerchiefs - 99C
One lot Boy's Pants, 2 pair for - 99C 13 pairs Children's Hose - 99c
10 yds. 12 1-2 Cannon Cloth - 99C 2 1-3 yds. 72 inch Table Linen - 99C <
A big saving by doing We are converting
all your shopping at merchandise into cash
to save taking in stock
Minter Co. next week.
Tline for Cleaninig Streamuis lin Lalu. All land owners and persons ini the icense Fees to le paid by hawkers Peddlers of spectacles, on foot. Tei
renls Couniity. charge of land are hereby notilied and atid peddiers doing business within Dollars l'eddlers of spectacles in
State of South Carolina required to clean their streams with- said county during the year A. ). 1916, vehicle, Twenty iolla rs
SaC o outh aof ans in the above named iwriods. be and the same are hereby fixed in Pedd lers of sewving imach ine, JFi~fty
County or Laurons.' nteaoenmdpros
Pursuant to an Act of the General l)one at iairens . ., S. C., in the following amounts, to wit: Dollars for the fiicwaon and Thirty
Assembly of Sot Carolina, therefor ilr an ial meet ng, this 6th day For foot. peddlers of goods, wares, Dollars for each additional wagon o
Asseml ofSet i arl mi, nhi'fo of Jlanuary, A. Di., 1 16. anoccmidsl'fenJolr rated by the sanm~e firm;
leireovdythioalofon-At tt, ii. I:. litN tMBE't, Peddlers ~f merchandise fix two Peddlers of Idanios or organs, for each
13e It rsolved by the Board of Coun-Ate,1. . lM,~ T
ty Commissioners of I urens County ) D, ock, Sumiervlsr. horse wago ,Fifty Dollars; wagon operated, Oneo Ir.ndred and
in the state aforesaid; Clerk. 27-3t Peddlers of merchandise in one Thity-Flvo Dollars.
That the following eriods he an - horse wago f, Thirty Dollars; All Iicenses lo le issued by the
the same are hereby xed for e ilccnsi Fees for aw-kers and Ped- Peddlers of stoves or ranges, for ('lerk of Court of Bali colnty and to
cleaning of streams w hinl said e in. diers in Laurelis County for the first wagon, Seventy-Five Dollars; lie of force ard effect. ntil the 31st (ay
ty for and during the ear A. 1). 916, the year If. itDtl . and for' each addition01l wagon operat- of Deceibei, 191l. as provided by law.
to wit.: State of South Car 11ui11 ed by the some firm, Fifty Dollars. Provied that all icenses issued after
That all streans sha be ele ed out County of Lau en., Peddlers e1 cloeks, Fifty Dollars for the thirtieth (lay ef nne shall e for
as reiuired by law du in; ti period By virtue of an etA the General the first wagon and Thirty Dollars for Two-Thirds of the above xxiimed rates.
beginning the first (lly of hebruary Assembly of South oalina providing each additional wagon operated by the ione in regular an amum I heing at
and ending the last day of arch, and therefor. sme Irm; IAmiens C. 1t., q. C., ihis t i t (ay
that they shall again b , caned dur- Ile it resolved by the Doard of Coun- Peddlers of lightning rods, Thirty of January, A. D. 1910.
ing the period beginning the flfteentlh ty Commissioners of Laurens County, Dollars for the first wagon and Fifteen Attest, I. It. Il1' M TE.r,
dlay of July and ending the thirty-first l In the State of South Carolina, in reg- Dollars for each additional wagon oi- .11). Mock, Supervisor.
(lay (f August. War annual meeting assemiled; That crated by the same firm ; Clerk. 27-3