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Madden, Sept. 26.-The date uakes
-aie think that the fall of the year
draweth nigh and also the time to pay
all those debts made so gladly in the
glad spring time.
The fruit tree agent and the pecan
sman ((alas! alas! how many fortunes
were made on the beautiful represen
tations of that pecan grove), and now
the time for paying is here. May we
all live to eat the healthful nut that is
to become more and more the diet of
Southern folks as the years come and
go. See? I even learned the formula
for quick selling but rest assured I
did not try. It is always the "other
.b:.lf'' that does that at our house.
We had a splendid crowd out to bap
ti: ing services at New Prospect Sun
day. Since automnobiles are the rule
instead of the exception now, atiotig
farmer folks our congregations are
larger. Ten candidates, 8 girls and 2
boys were baptised by the pastor, Rev.
J. A. Martin.
We were glad to see the faces of our
]leaver DanI friends. Mr. ant Mrs. ''.
J. Coleman, .\ r. and .trs. \'4ill 'Teague. ,
'Air. and .\rs. Biilly llenjainin, .\lr. and
,11r.. Irvin lenjainin with us Sunday.
.\lrs. Sallie .\adden of tlw' Ilolly
Erove sectiotn, worshiped with Is Stin
day and was the guest at dinner of lwr I
aunt, .\rs. \'irginia F-riday.
.\r. aind .\r-.I Iilnkreales-n) at ltren-:.
who lilvd in ou,4r ti'nighborhood la. t
year, e'r li re for Ih e a i ap tin; diun
day atnd w\ ' p 1leasanutly gr(etil !
.\l.. and .\lrs. .1. 1'-',rnk \iartin !Ind
Mes-srs. Isobekrts aind .\lorganI u1' ln
Tens w o.1 V ha 2I (((1 .dll e h r 1 14 h 1I ly.
.\' . Plaul I-'inlly 1f .\ titi 1, a hli.h
onl a vi-it to h "i pta1rent. .\I ,....
Alr s. .. I inh-y.
Tod(1 1' ton '. . ohn 1-'inh y ;:111 To,::
iangslen ht::\ . a:: dehl tat . for Ihe
L~aurensll: usasr' :ia1ton convenin!1'.e, ;:Il tM) I
abara';. \\'" ali rgre that .i'. .1. .\. I'.
Iloorc, our !a.;hfu4l trelasur ' L. l t ,4
-able a11-( to alitend(. l'crw ch1urches'.
:ave a h n 144:4and I 1:, :'.n .
1)e is to l'ro- I t tii and w e all at:'c ('oi n
"4 rne't(d o\ 1r hli.; ('Onltin il ho-ss.114:;
.\ilr. .101(ui Illn my and .\l r. hin i .\lr. .
Pitts llenry and daughter, who lave
been here for tile sutniuner, leaLve for
Florida today:. Th'1ey will be arr.oln
1 )anied back by Ihe fatily aini thetir
'kinsian, .1. .\l. Ilean.
The sJ'hool opened here .\Monday with
qluite a large attendance. WIe are hope
fitl for a successful year.
We are glad to hear that our near
nelgthbors for an(otlier year are to be
Ailr. and .ts. .lohn Brown, now of
Cheraw. 'T hey are to live at tie old
Teague pla)ce tat tetly the hoie11 place
of J. A. '. \oore.
Friends and relatives here were
'pleasedi at recent editorial of (ne of
ou r boys. Ilir. I4. Waits ('inninghal n in
The New\' Y or1: Itiilns a1(n 1 widely coj -
led tlhroughot ('he State, dealing withl
.H 1eas i('.In Iron I e v41 i(\ in' 1 (4t (4 of a hil
Solpht r. Th' analysi: i n o r hu. nhe11
Lebano \lef4 i1 4h rchne(1S1u
da . ni 'e:n .\eth.1 :: 1 '4.4 No nh Ifo Ife
raIt ged 31 1 1111 IIr lts1 n '4 4::' in
0'( lO'. 4'(4r i,.\loor ' ti 4* co n. demon 1
strtC i ',a::1eni , 4ates 'l 44 the .\ I lle
thatthe 1i4444een wh::,io 41:- i y the 14
1part1)1( n44 4.In ii~lei to tos inx \\e4 k to
ihe Sla't' ASI. \\U attr t'rt !r. ,
day O t.( '414ith. sui b (:hit Il i h
acke.- aJts fearu. rso l"c'l
ovee.h too th1 I('ourt whmle aho1Il! 4
oV'cloc to5 4 ,.'0 i'(- Irip' wih h(( i n. (' Y o
of. he farert41 1~ a 144 ('4441 4h144 ' h
groirt 5(riinaan44 11..44 acr'41y4 w 1n: r
tsill tey: too 'uc:-tceed. 1t2; '1
Many l 'ersons '. kitt on' 14'h Iallm4)
Jovrtoofka~ 1714erson,:wh'ile4 walkind
o tracks, switn~I~..g' (4n4 or4(5 othe
1the Iouthn Itaiway duin4ltg to yelr
D1m eite all , t 4451 wa niltfigs <in4 r,
porty eson tt41y4t idncaWh. I o
'IOrspassers killed4 on1 4t Sothern w4.
Specitl lay Selected its "('onie.to-Suni
day School Day."
Spartanburg, S. (., 'Cpt. 21, 111>.
At a special meeting of the ('cut ral d
Committee of the SouthC (arolina Sun- c
day School Association, held in the 7
office in the Chapnian Building, Septem
ber 20, February I1, 1917, was adopted (I3
as the State-wide "Come-to-Sunday I
School Day," for South Carolina. The
General Secretary, 11. I. Webb, was di- t
reeled to inv ite all of the Sunday1
schools of all the denominations in the
State to Join ini a co-operative cam
paign to bring to the Sunday Schools c
on that day the largest attendance
ever recorded on a single day in Sonlih
Carolina. "Go-to-S'unday School )ay"
was originated by the Kentucky Sun
day School Association a few years ago
i a state-wide interdenominational
movement. Since that tiein, it has bee i
adopted by other State Snulay School
Associations andi soIe of the denoni -
nations. The purpose of thi e "(' l -
t o-Sundalify School tiy"' in South I ('ar
lina is to get as tmany people as p:i
sible. not ordinarily in the habit of go
ing to Sunday School, to come at least
onie Sunday; then make Ihe ni 'e:'orneI
on this Sunday, intorin Ihem of Ih'
work, provide themt with suitable (a
es and comupetent leacher.;, andi nse
every effort to (nr1oll 1lo'i i.s perila
n1i111 3lenilers of tIhe s( h ol. .\s a re
stilt of Ithe obisevtane of I his lav in
3en 't(icky, 1y td 1 1 :l -' i. bave liee'nl
ad' .I to the in?':''h .rhip tof the Sunl
day :.hools, a:\tl the :i er.t.::e ait enl
1'"e hats I'etn it:reati.: itn re :ue3. .\l -
hi3 a. 3 th'orgia a nl 1oth1 ('ar o i l h:ve
at:1iu''31 i3 obse3ravt' Stiday, i-'ebruary
I t 7. as ''( ntlu--to - tSunt y I et ,l
l vly.'' .\ >ll S nlay Schoolb; ( ) il (1 -
l33'3'llt:3lt(1' :: 1333 1:1'3t-td 333 1.114 fi
ih:s 3'3.'3 rie' l I'31 1 1: ) 3 3to ':w i li.t' 33~3
ii . . it n'i t ,b :it' I .ie n i ' 1 31 , a n33i t
i'e ' n''" ,t .M ihi' 3 3 our' A: ay
3.3312. ,Ie I R ;I . 3'i t'aro~l :, a 3 1un ::)
: ".! ,\: : :.'1'i3i i '. ill .plair I-3 rui 1
h -: rt it .. l: .
I 3 n33 riage of Miss ILouise F'rances
i nd1.3 33t1. datlettt r of 3 tw' i:: .\I r. atil
Mr.N. .I. ('uoehuul. of 1:ie .,a t.
to ll,!(olt Alexalnier .\('ue. of I;;:
iel, W. \ ., wats ciuet ly eel(ebrai lt
Satiur3lay afternoon a :1 o'e:oek a
the re:idelee of .\tiss ('Onstai'e .\1
derson, :31 East IFr'alldlin St reet. Iter.
Iussell ('ceil, . )., 1),pe rforn l t he or..
olly ill the 1presce of a si3al3i ((3
iany of' near rl(Iatives an1 ini 3in3ate
triends. The parlors were elecoratedi inl
pamils, ferns and pink roses, ia color
sehenie of pink andi green beings:r
rled out ill the deol'alions every' h 1'.
ilr. and .tMIs. .\Ie('u ll later ill the
aftrcn13oon fora wedding jo)1llery
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Mir. .I. II. Ithodle:, .\lr. Iloy 1 insies.
.\Ir. and irs. S. ,1. I 13u33 >, ::t ;,.
frielldls ill (IreenwooW333d Thu3113y.
\irs. Ilow linl, .\r r .W. I,. 1 Ii 3n o
and11 (illdren- , 13r3:n [Troy, 1'p''ni :'. 3
tin3 V ~with .\'.r :. .1. A\ FoulerIci !a:3 \.te..
We al1l 5Y13nlpathize.t dleeply w..ith:. ir.
and( Alts. lI3uck:'r l'3wer3', iln 3the demit
of' Ihelir infantIl. SOil, whom1333 (:o)d le:1
them33 lonig enou333' I to li ini r h,3 3 :
w3h 2 33h ltove a3s only 131u33n.- 3'-:
have. .il u 33 Ii' in rei3 3233 w dr. 1331 -
33333rkle 2.i 1 the Staior's Iirown.3 3:33 3..
13r333., 13 (al l'arr. 1l:n ill '> 1 n.
3.13 133w 2.13f
.\!r:. ICie' 0.w-n, u. iit 131- h33'n 33:31
r3 3> V i:;j in3:,': 3(13 l tat i 1wr3 . 33', s333 3
.is i Carol- n Fowh-r, w) :3 3b,; ; -b3,-a
IPool)e, .\Ilar;: 3'i'333ooh-, I )olphin3 33a. r 33. I
233n and3( .\lIn '.3 l,'w . , are.:3( (oia - 33o (1
1.-radted1 stchool ait I .33aUens.
Friends3l werc33( del:ighted.t to t-' \l.:
r(ents, .\ir. and Mirs. W. W. Owens.
Mlis (Grae l'oole of Tlyltis\ il le, 131as
b (eln ('hosen and11( secured1 a3s ltaIcher of
the( Wariori (ireekt schIo1l for this win
Ier. We feed 53ure thel' trustees ar3e to
be Congra tiilaited oin fhe sel'c I ion 0f
his 115competent and( ae(r(omp3lisI33-3 youn33g
t'1nder the ausp5iies.' (of Ih 13'1. Y. I. 1'.
(of Waririor C1reek, ('1nke and3( tCeam 31was
sonl's homle. A net(3t sum13 was'1:- iealive'.-t.
.Air. ,las. A\ l'owler'13 attended3 servi'es
with the 1.ermont,3 by'. I tev. .. >.. 3ee3 dy1.
.Alss i,ydiejt Owens'33 v.i.-ited, h33r much(1
Iltoved( fiendit, .ti::s Edtla 1113r33nw33 r'e
A\ir. am1( .\Irs.5 1tLube'1 T. I lein31-r'Stmn
.lhn Wel('11, of' Savannah1131, 3(11., vi:-133d
lIssq Wynonia Chanecy has accep3'Ited a
piosit ion as Cashler tfor thle Vi rginia
Life Insurance comipany Isnud took upj
her' wnie In (ihe nmiee 1st wOCI(
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The annual interdenominational Sun
Lry school convention which Convent- die
1 at this place last Wednesday and lng
hursday, was a success In every way. boi
early all the churches of the county Con
td representatives one or both days of vie,
1e convention. A fine program had Re,
een arranged, and the large crowd bee
rat was present both days of the for
tooting learned some interesting facts
aga rding Sunday school work. The am
amnittee was indeed fortunate to se- fou
uire such well known Sunday school 1ev
orkers to be present both days as Mr. Mr;
'ebb, liss Agnes Iavenel, and .li.;;
.\Mrs. David BIlackwell and Miss Mar
ia May, and Master Dick, after spend- r.
ig the sumniner with Mirs. Blackwell's La
arents, .\lr. and Mirs. W. C. C'urrv, lici
ave returned to their home it Quincy, h el
l., where Mr. Blackwell is pastor oft h
ri Presbyterian church at that place. I
Ifi. Blackwell and family formerly re- 0111
i(ed in Eufain, Ala., having only re
ently moved to their new lid 'of ibor
.\t's. I iari'ts (urry vilsited retltives
a Greenville last week. S'he was ac-t
ompanied home by Mi. and .irs. .1. T.
illespie and children, who retnained
ver for the Sunday school convention.
.\lasters 'illinan and Jack Ilolt of
lickory 'i'avern, spent several days
:cek with their gra lnmoth r, .\lrs. .1.
.\lisses Eliza, .\nna and iuthl Switzer
isited their sister, .\rs. Date Ii ender- -
on of the Friendship e mnup i i nity last
\1r D. D . II irownlte spcnt Ie w c k
nd1 in S Iairlanlu rg.
while w ilh his ltal'nIts, la reitrned !;
) I alt imoire, .\lt.
.\lissc .\nnie Illuff of ChIanlerct, is 11w+
,utes. of her siste'r, Mr.s. .uh Owing.
.\li i N ll IIij' 'rid has re a itun d to
or'l bine ner l unah),t? 1' , after eloic'umt
1: e xtended(( \igil with .\lrs, It. Y'.: Sim-'
11oits and family. \liss .\Marie Simt -
hle w\ill remain for somt itime visit in .
.\i:. (' .'F. l'rooka 0f I.auren i: s e i;
e'eral days last week with his moth
, . rs. .1. S. lItr ks.
\r. an(1 .\l's. .lhnu Abrroumbie and
r'hildiren, Were the spnd-the-day
iuests of \l r. Hien catuipcll and fatily
Whenever You Need a General 'Tonic
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
General Tonic because it contains the
well known tonic properties of QUININ H
and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives
out Malaria, Enriches the lilood and
Builds up the \'hole System. 50 cents.
C. H Duckett
Rout glh and D);ecssed Lumn
Pa in, )'s, I 1Fil( e,
Limre, ementi astmi ee.
C. H. Duckett
2niCR~ ldG a
WATTS MILL NEWS.
Fr. Robert Grayden, aged 48 years,
I at his home here Saturday morn
after an illness of flive weeks. Ils
y was interred in Laurens Mill
ictery on Sunday, the funeral ser
,s being conducted by his pastor,
r. J. A. Brock. Mr. Graydon had
n a membor of the Baptist church
many years, lie leaves a wife
I three children, Langston, 'Allen
I Nottie Grayden. lie also leaves
r brothers and one sister as fol
Is: J. D., W. M., .lohn Grayden;
3. Mary Chestein, of Gray Court;
lie Grayden, near 1"ountali Inn.
wish to express my heartfelt thanks
the handsome support given ne in
trens county in my race for the So
torship of the Eighth circuit and I
eby promise them to give my best
irts and talents to the duties of the
II. S. Bllackwell.
Suit, Shoes a
ore. it is ea
you want at prices s
The reason of t
on the job all this ye
in the most beautiful
5 :) - h .\"1 ll \\'111l ('o1t ins.
j ,i'i ..... ...............
54" inch"I Ladies ('loth. good
cuats, 'gre, v ymVV 11' 7rel m a(l l
.\'w (;)((lS l'r Spor1t ('oats,
.1111 ne1w blue.11% in h, onlIy, ptl
Ladies Ready - t<
.\II S\r', ' i s, n avy I
a gren srii.....
EDUCSpor ('RATEnl ...
'n Ju bilal!. l e l('n
OLMB (lIhA,t 0nl4.
Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days
Irour1 druggist will refund money if PAZO
$ITMRNT falils to cure any case of Itching.
Blind, Dleedin gorProtrudiug Piles in 610 l4days.
the first application gives -ase and Rest. **.
he treatment of Piles and the condi
ions rapidl- become worse. Relieve
yourself by using
t remedy of merit and aranteed to
give relief. Sold only y us, 50c and
Eureka Drug Co., I urens and Watts
IUST THE THlING FOR DIARRHOEA
"About two years ago I had a severe
attack of diarrhoea which lasted over
1 week," writes W. C. Jones, Buford,
V. D. "I became so weak that I could
not stand upright. A druggist recom
uended Chamberlain's Colic Cholera
Ind Diarrhoea Remedy. The first dose
relieved me and within two days I was
is well as ever." Many druggists rec
:mnend this remedy because they
know that it Is reliable, Obtainable
urens, South Carol
e you going to
.nd other Fall
is now being a,
sily answered ii
and come here. and y<
> much less than you ex
his is simple. The Swits
ar getting ready for Fa
and complete line of (
woIrth 1 75'. our All \oal Se
,.... ....50c I ak ti . . .
for(1 suits am71ik1al'(a1
ra(l, L'(se(. greet(' Ileavy'\ QuLi171
r ya0l. $ 0 G 01)ess
) W- ear :11 ll(-i I1'1
ilkanl G e nen.
... ."~ ... $50 We wil i
THEu: JIEST LAXATiVE.
To koop the bowels regular the best
laxative is outdoor exercise. )rink
a full glass of water half an hour be
fore breakfast and cat an abundance of
fruit and vegetables, also establish a
regular habit and be sure that your
1:owels move once each day. When a
medicuie is needed take Chamberlain's
Tablets They are pleasant. to take and
mild and gentle in effect. ()tainable
Citation for Letters of Administratfon.
State of South Carolina,
County Qf Laurens.
By 0. (i. Thompson, Probate Judge:
Whereas J. Auig. Barksdale, Jr.
made suit to me, to grant him Letters
of Administration of the Estate and
effects of J. Aug. Barksdale, Sr.
These are therefore, to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said J. Aug. Barks
dale, Sr., deceased, that they be and
appear before me, in the Court of Pro
bate, to be hold at Laurens Court
house, Laurens, B. C., on the 19th day
of September, 1916 next, after pub
lication hereof, at 11 o'clock in the
forenoon, to show cause, if any they
have, why ,the said Administration
should not be granted.
Given under my hand this 4th day
of September, Anno lomini 1916.
0. G. Thompson,
7-2t J. 'P. L. C.
buy your Hat,
Goods, is the
1ked by every
you only say
>u can fird just what
pect to pay.
:er buyers have been
Ii and they have laid
goods that they have
ge Skirts, new style, only $500
I l'nderPskirt 50(, $1.00, $1.50
'1(ierskirts, 1Mig Special $3.50
ty Colton l'liannel only . . . .10v
Ginglumns only .. .. ..1..10
of Outing, lighi and dark pat
2 1-&( only .. .. .. .. .. 10,
"ale Slirts. \Vaists and lhesse(
.... .... .... .... .... 10*
a (' 1t 1 ton snit ings for early 1'all
... .... .... .... .... ..25,
the I lla14~'t 'i h 14oming.
~REE ACTS DAILY