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* DIALS NEWS. *
The school at this place opened here
on Monday the 9th, with Miss Walsh
of St. Matthew, as principal, and Miss
Annie Wright of Tylersville as primary
teacher. This will be Miss Wright's
third term as teacher here. Mliss
Walsh, however, comes well recom
mended, and with the hearty co-opera
tion of teachers and patrons we see no
reason why this term should be other
than a successful one.
Mrs. William Brooks visited her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. lan 1opp of Gray
Court last week.
The sixth annual Lkaurens County
Fair was largely attended from here,
a:nd from a spectator's point of view
seemed a success in every way.
1lev. W. A. Baldwin of Rabun will
preach in the Eden school auditorium
the first Sunday afternoon in Novem
ber. No doubt a large crowd will be
present, as \Mr. Baldwin is an able
Miss Anna Switzer is spending a
while with her sister, Mrs. Henderson
of the Friendship community.
Masters Tillman and Jack Bolt, and
sisters, Nell and Grace, of Hickory
Tavern, were the week-end guests of
their grandmother, Mrs. .J. R. Brown
The llallowe'en party that is to be
given by the ladies of the School Im
provement society of Eden, in the
school building Friday evening, the
27th, promises to be a very entertain
ing alt.tir. The public at large is cor
dially invited to attend and enjoy the
Quite a number of our people have
been attending the McLendon meet
ings in Greenville and the news that
he goes from Greenville to Clinton is
received with satisfaction by many.
Miss Annie Wright, was the week
end guest of homefolks in Tylersville.
Mr, and Mrs. John Simmons spent
the week-end with \Irs. Alex. McCall
Mrs. Woodruff and Miss Thomas of
Laurens, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Frady, this week.
Mr, and Mrs. Willie Harris, .lulius
Curry, and Mr. and .\rs. liroadus Cook
motored up to Greenville Saturday.
Mr. lien Campbell and family spent
last Sunday in Greenville, the guest
of his daughter, .\Mrs. Mack Campbell.
Messrs Sam Curry, J. A. 'Curry and
Willie Barris, went to Greenville Sun
day afternoon to attend the Mielendoon
A large delegation from this place
will attend the harvest Jubilee in Co
lumbia this week.
Mr. Marvin Hlarris left last week for
Greenville, where he has accepted a
position in Sloan Pharmacy..
Rev. T. W. Munnerlyn tilled his reg
ular appointment here Sunday after
noon, preaching to a good congrega
tion, all of whom seemed to enjoy the
M\r. .\lunnerlyn will preach again at
this plae next Sunday afternoon, and
the second Sunday in November also
before confterence which convenes in
Greenville the latter part or next
Mrts. Fes tus Curtry and little daughi
ter Marvis Clar'e left Sunday for lien
nettsville, M\rs. Curry having received
a telegr'am that her' mothetr .\I rs.
Easter'ling was seriously ill.
Mrts. Curry's many fr'ietids sym pa
thize with her in her' atixiety, and wvishi
for hei' mother' an early recovery.
Mr. and .\t's. Simu Moceks and chii
dren visited r'elatives in Fork Shoals
'We offer Otte Hundred Dollars
Reweid for any caso of Catarrh
that cannot be cured by Hall's
F'. 3. CHiEN 1Y& CO., Toledo, 0.
'We, the undersigyed, havo known F. J.
Chteney for the lats i5 years, and helieve
him perfectly hottorable in all butrume'
transactions and financially able to ary
outt atty obligaotions made by his firm.
NATIONAL BANK O)! COMMERCE.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is ta~ken internally.
actintg dirt'l~ty tipon tht- blood and tmu
cons sutrfaens of thme syPt. ,. Trestnmonials
sent free. Priico 'u ct:-:t ..-r bottle. Sold
by ttli Drutgglsts.
Take liai iatnty Pitt" 'tar consttpation
P'robate Jtudge's Sale,
Ili 'rsttanit to a docreoe of the Probate
Coutr. for I ,aur ens county, in the case
of .1. 'T. (Callicott admintistr'ator of the
estate ot .lohn i'. KIng, doc'easedi, ipilin
tiff, against. Theola C2allicott, et al, de
fendats i will sell at public aucetion
at Laure. t'. ii., S. C. on Salesday in
November,'t* 19l6. hintg thle Uith day of
the mlonth., dutrinig the legal hiours of
sale, the follow~ ing descri bed p ropety,
All that liece or' pare t('iof Iand1( 3'
ing, being andi~ situtale in I le County
of L aureins, State ot' South Cartolina,
containum~ eighty n ino a .) acres,
miote or ins, bounde ioi by l antds of tho
estate of \C. P. Coketr latnds of A. TI.
(roce tand other'ts.
Terms of Sale: ('ash, i'ur'has-er IC|
pay for' papers, if the Itrms or sale
are not. 'omfpileud with thte lan d to be
resold on the sanme or some subs
quent stalesdlay on the ramtee tirms,
'Vi. hout 'ur'ther' order of lm rl a rtiad
a ardof the fornmer rh-r
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* TYLERSVILLE' NEWS. * *
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Tylersville, Oct. 23.-Rev. J. K. Hol
man of Enoree filled his regular ap
pointment at Sandy Springs Sunday i
Mliss Annie Laurie Wright spent the g
week-end with her parents, Mr. and f,
Mrs, W. F. Wright. t
Miss Mario Langston, who is teach
ing the Langston school spent the a
week-end in Laurens with her par- a
ents Mr. and Mrs. .1. Lee Langston. e
Miss Grace Poole spent Sunday a
with Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Poole. 1
Mrs. Emma Clardy and son Lanham
from near Clinton, spent Sunday with r
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Poole. U
Mrs. Tom Grosse of Taylors, is vis- y
iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. r
Miss hula Donnan of Whitmire, r
spent the week-end here with re par- t
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Donnan. c
Mr. S. O. Clark was in Laurens on
Mr. and Mrs. Workman of Ora visit- a
ed Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Poole on Sunday I
Quite a number of people from this
section attended the county fair in
MOTHER! DON'T TAKE It
CHANCES IF CHILD'S
TONGUE IS COATED
If cross, feverish, sick, bilious, clean i
little liver and bowels.
A laxative today saves a sick child
tomorrow. Children simply will not
take the time from play to empty their
bowels, which become clogged up with
waste, liver gets sluggish, stomach
Look at the tongue, Mother! If coat
ed or your child is listless, cross, fev
erish, breath had, restless, doesn't eat
heartily, full of cold or has sore throat
or any other chidren's ailment, give a
teaspoonful of "California Syrup of
Figs,'" then don't worry, because it Is
perfectly harmless, and in a few hours
all this constipation poison, sour bile
and fermenting waste will gently move
out of the bowels, and you have a well,
playful child again. A thorough "in
side cleansing" is oft imes all that is
necessary. it should be the first treat
ment given in any sickness.
lleware of counterfeit fig Syrups.
Ask your druggist for a 510-cent bottle
of "California Syrup of Figs" which
has full directions for babies, ehildren
of all ages and for grown-ups plainly
printed on the bottle. Look carefully
and see that it is made by the "Cali
fornia Fig Syrup company."
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* ('ROSS HILL NEWS. *
Cross hill, Oct. 23.--Rev. and Mrs.
.1. A. Mart in of West mllnster are here
visiting their children. Mrs. Martin
has been here a week or more and Mr.
Martin came down from Laurens Fri
Rev. Robert G. Lee of Waterloo, de
livered a very interesting lecture at
the school building ''hursday evening.
Ills subject was the inoet, Frank L.
Stantoin, na1tivye of' Southb Carzoilina. The
patriotisml, love, optimlism anld othei'
lla racteristics of this great S'outhIernl
lpoet wer'e plictured'( in tile mlost beau
tiful and~ interesting termils by) tile
speaker in the cont i nued recital of
verses bearing upon01 these tri'1ts of
lhar'acter fr'o mth 11plen of the Poet
im ~self. Thle leturc showved th pos110
session of a wvonder'ful memory by thle
sp~eaker, as well as a comlmendabide
love of v'erse and attainment as a idlt
folim or'ator'. Th'e lIro('eeds wilil be
used for thle enlargemnent of tihe Water
ioo school Ilirary'.
Mr. and Mras. Edward lI art of .iack
sonvillec, F~la., arme spendling several
days here with Mi'. I Iart''s mlother', Mrs.
Margie Ilar't, wh'io hlas been right1 sick
for a week or mlor'e at tihe home (If her'
daughter, Mrs'l. 1I. A. Wharton.
A great numi~ber' of, our people at
tendedl the Laurenis andl Greenwood
Fairs last week.
Messrs Scurry and l usti received a
eca' load of new Ford cai's last week
andi are now preparied to supplily a lim1
fled demand. It seemsi dileult for' lhe
Ford manu factu ret's to make thbese cars
as fast aa the trade wvishles to buy
Mlr. liiitier i' ilack of' .Jasper' ('ountyl3
Is splendiing a few weeks wil h his fa
Mr. Clarence Lowe and family of
Ninety Six have m'oved to Cross 11111
anid are occupying the L~. I". McSwaInl
residence, Mr-. Lowe is a son of Mir. S.
W. Lowe of this pliace.
Lex-os, A Mild, Ef lectivo Ltxativo t, lver Tonic
Doos NIot Gripe nor Disturb theo Stomach.
In addhition to other properties, Lox-Fos
contains CaScara In acceptable fornW, a
Sthlaltinlg Laxative aind Tonic. Lax-Fos
acts effectively and does not gripe nor
disturb stomach. A t the same time, it aids
digestion,arouses the liver and secretions.
ind restores the healthy functions, 50c.
WIDEA WAKE PEOPLE SAVE
MONEY BY READING TIlE
AD., 1N THis PAPER.
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MADDEN NEWS. *
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Madden, Oct. 23.-Sowing grain is
ie order of the day in our neck of
ie woods. We do hope that every
urmer, now that flour is so high and
oing higher, will sow enough wheat
Ir his own use. Begin now and get
te wheat land ready!
Our city was very well represented
t the County Fair, omst everybody
nd his neighbor was there. Several
shibits from here took blue ribbons
a a perusal of the list of winners
Master Gus Cunningham Wofford is
aceiving congratulations from friends
n receiving first prize on pig in boys
ig club. -Yes, sir! Joe, the 7 1-2
ionths old pig that weigher 320 lbs.
lien he was expressed to the State
'air, took the blue ribbon, much to
be joy of the little fellow, who was
ertainly faithful to feed the pig with
is own hands three times per day. All
he boys in the club had very credit
,ble pigs and deserve credit. The
pope of the farming interest lies in
hese boys. They will see that there
i money in other things than cotton.
to use to preach to the older ones
who are sot in their ways"-like
phariam of old, they are joined to
heir idols and you just as well let
Everybody at the fair seemed to be
n a jolly good humor and as Mrs.
)unlap remarked as she came beam
ng by-she had the fair spirit per
iaps that was the reason--all had
aught the "fair spirit". We say all
vere happy. We beg to mention two
upretnely happy souls--Langston and
dicCuen, as they cantered round the
ing. Said one old farmer as he shift
,d his quid of tobacco, "McCuen
vouldn't take $100 for his job today",
Ond I added "neither would .Jud take
$200 for his!" We had a good day
ill enjoyed it (mind you now, I did
cot get a (renching). We hope we'll
lave a good day next year-minus the
We had a good congregation at New
Prospect Sunday, our usual preaching
lay. Rev.' Mr. Courtenay of Columbia,
lead of "The Rescue Home" for un
fortunate children, preached for us
'om these words, "Where is thy God?"
le gave us an account of the work
he much needed work, lie is doing. A
very creditable contribution was glv
m him at the close of the sermon.
Friends of Mrs. D. G. Ruckman, of
4taunton, Va., were glad to greet her
sunday and to have her worship with
ier home church again. She is with
ier mother while her father J. A. P.
Mioore. is in the hospital at Cleveland,
Jhio. We are glad to hear favorable
replorts from his bedside and hope to
tee him back in his place before long
it New Prospect.
.\ r. and MIrs. Ed 1olt and children
mjoyed an opossum dinner with their
dinstan, Mr. 1. ). Culbertson Sunday.
[n the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Bolt
ind Mr. and Mrs. Culhertson motored
o .\it. P'leasantil for services in the af
Mr. in' d M11 irs. [Drae Tc'lodd and t heir
nothIer', Mrts. Tlodid, ltC cam 0dwtn to
treachinitg Situnday from allrtksdale nd tt
vere the guests foi' dinnter of .\it'. .
Nits. J1. A. Woffot'd andi Nits. May
iandden attetndedl andi grecatly enjoyedl
lie q'tarter'ly held with thle good sis
ers of the Secontd Ilaptist church.
Frtietnds here of Mtrs.-Miollie Teague
rhio is ttow on a visit to her' tilece,
ir's. l3. 'C. Martin, of Spattanburg,
v'ere sori'y to heat' she had a fall out
f a high door01 bad~ly shaking hler up
.1nd sitalitning hiet' foot.
T'he wiler is itnder01 obl Igations to
4rs. G. II. Finley for some line tomla
Mr. anid MrLs. J. W~aiter NMootre were
:ttests of Mr'. and NMrs. Tlhiad Moore
Uion mneeting of the first divIsion
>f the Lau rens lBaptIst Association to
>c held with Iithle Warior Creek flap
1st church beginnling Oct. 28th. F'oi
owing is the prtogr'amt:
0:30) A. M.-Devotionial service, letd by
1:00-Organiization an~d enirollmenit.
I :30--Qutery: Ate we saved for set'
vice (or jutst to escape the wiith
of God? Alviti NMartin anti Dock
termtiss5ion for dinet.
':30 1. M.-What shtouldl he tdone wiitht
ai tmembet' whlo fails to attettd hIs
church meetitigs and suippot his
chitrchi? J. W. Laniford and Rev.
J1. A. Brock.
30---Wihat should be the att Itutde of
a church miember' to his Sunday
School? Rev. Ii. A. O'IKelly and
0:00 A. M.--Smunday School.
I :00-Pr'ayer and song service, led by
WV. C. Wilkie.
1 :30--Missionary sermon by Rev. J.
Let each church be sure and send
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