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* Measuring Party. *
* lriday Evening, Noveiniber 10. *
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At Woodrow Wi!rou chool house,
1 aurens tree(t,
Theii Narie f!.1 arc a:;ked to nicet.
Not Narnieltes alone, but each of you
Who are loyal friends must be there
A lnensuriug tarty' th is to be
1-efrcsinents servecl, ttsadwiehoes and
Three cents fur each foot of your
hleight we implore,
For each Inch over one half cent more.
The gypsy queen will be on the spot
To tell you whether you'll marry or
The hour's seven thirty, so don't be
Novenmber tlhe 10th, write down on
Put I'n high heels If your are low,
liel p sweil the funds-we Need Theni
When a cold hangs on as often hap
pens, or when you have hardly gotten
over one cold before you contract an
other, look out for you are liable to
contract. solme very serious disease.
This succession of colds weakens the
system and lowers the vitality so that
you are much more liable to contract
chronic catarrh, pneumonh( or con
sumption. Cure your cold while you
can. Chamberlain's ('ough lRemedy
has a great reputation. It is relied
upon by thousands of people and never
disappoints them. Try it. It only
costs a quarter. Obtainable every
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* 11'l W Irow Wilson Honor Holl *
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First Grade: Marvin Owings.
Second Crade: Sarah ('heck, iouise
Fourth Grade: Nell Hurts, Nell
Sixsth Grade: Lois HramletI, at her
Craddock, hItemell HIeld.
Seventh Grade: Margie ('raddock,
Lax-Fos, A Mild, Effective Laxative & Liver Tonic
Does Not Gripe nor Disturb the Stomach.
In addition to other properties, Lax-Fos
contains Cascara in acceptable form, a
st-irnulatilg Laxativu and Tonic. Lax-Fos
ects effectively at:d dices not gripe nor
disturb stomach. At the same time, it aids
digestion, arouses the liver and secretions
and restores the healthy functions. SOc.
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* IAIDDEN MI WSs *
Madden, Oct. 31.--lallowe'en night
--May the Goblins and Witches pass
us all by.
Whether it was due to earelessness
of correspondent (and it was not sent
in) or to the carelessness of the
"printers devil"-l'i strongly inclin
ed to the latter opinion) no words of
conunendation was given Neighbor
Power for his good exhibit at the coun
t ty fair in our last week's dlots. Farm
er Power is one that takes great pride
in his farm and his individual display
was a credit to him and his commun
ity---Wish we had more farmers of his
Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Cunningham were
the guests Sunday of ir. and Mrs.
Miss Ora, Simpson and brother of
The Knob section, were guests for Ithe
week-end of their uncle, .1. 11. Power.
Miss Julia Cunningham is the guest
for a few days of her aunt, Mrs. 'T'hur
,rs. l ay MLaddei spent Saturday
night with her sister, Mrs. .. A. Wof
ford and Sunday with her aunt, Mlrs.
.1. It. Finley.
Mr. and irs, t. 1l. Finley and chil
dren were the guests Sunday of .\Mi.
IDellIa Cuninghani of Mt. Pleasant.
"1Joe" the white 0. 1. C. of Master
Gus vofford, has returned safely from
ColumbIa State Fair where lie again
took first prize.
Mi. Dock Davenport of New York Is
spending awhile with his daughter,
Mrs. Tom Shaw.
Miss Susie Ltangston visited at Mrs.
'Tomi Shaw's last week.
Mir. T. S. Langston attended and
enjoyed the union held at Second tiap
listi church. Ie was the guest witle
there of his niece Mrs. Frank M.\artin.
Mr, .Jiit Roper, a prosperous farm
er of hlahn i sect ion, visited his diauthli
ter Mars. Thad Moore last w eek.
.t FI"AIR PRtOPOSITION.
We 'an not recommemi a lore sat
isfactory reme(dy for rieutmaisin than
1illl''M.' 0SI POWhi' ItS
(iaiaiteed to Ai ' .elief or mioney
refunid(ed. Sold only by us, .ile and
Eturek~a Drug Co., Laurens and Watts
if ort or
s of sea
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A 001) DAY AT SECOND
BA PTIST CHURCH.
I wish a little space to tell what
good day we had at the above name
place Saturday, Oct. 21st. We wis
all mothers who read this could hav
heard Bro. 'Templneman's talk on lRoya
Ambassadors and woman's work in tih'
church. We Baptist mothers hav
been looking about and talking abou
whose duty it is to take the boys in oui
churches to train for Christian wort
and service---we all felt and realize
the need but wasn't it the duty of th
lere comes Bro. Templetan an'
cites us back to the ilrst Royal Am
bassador--\loses-anid it was th
seven years of the mother's training
before he reached the "weaning age'
that made hit able to withstand th
learning an d the sit Hof 'IPh'aoh'
Court, where he went at that ag,
There was only one sad feature of Ilh
day, and that was the fact that he, wh
was to have followed )r. Teinpleman
Deacon W. If. IDrummond, "was absen
fron its and present with the Lord'
In a few heart-I-feh words .rs. Clar;
Watts, ins kinswonat., told of his in
erest in It. A. work and how pleasce
and touched he was, on his return froll
the hospital in BIaltimore, to leart
that the It. A. band of Lanford churc
had been Wlamed for himis--The \\asl
Drununond it. As.
May this: band of Baptist boys eve
emulate the virtues of hint w hos
name Ihey hear and itay they ind(ee
be earnest woikers for in whos
ambassador; they are!
'T'here were two dlear old ladles pres
cnt, .1\is. Ophelia l''owler and lrs
1less Teague, who are ever intereste
ins church work. lT heir presence a
our meetings is always an inspiratio
to younger ones.
Our welcomlie by the local societ
was such a cordial one--Itle pasto1
lRev. .\lr. Brock, who is sincerely love
by his people, was on hand to rendi'
any help and that Ford of his wa
put to good service one iday' 'Th
deacons were therie to see that lh
('hutch was k'pt warm aind it uigh
have been too, they had lanl eye ( o
those baskets the sisters had) and thr
(hinier spread a"'l served by the got(
in of ID
Luzianne Coffee will
you in every respect.
further guarantee th
pound of Luzianne wi
far as two pounds of c
coffee. If, after using 1
tire contents of one c
cording to directiors.
satisfied on both 'the;
empty can away and
from the grocer. He v
out quibble. Buy thi
coffee today. Write I
1'% Reil~y-iylor t
StIte of South ('atilinia,
('unly of Laurens.
IN COU'RT OP CO.\.\ON 'i.\
The ('ion Central Life Isuran(4ce Co.,
.John 1 . Terry, el al, Defendants.
ilirsuant to a Decree of The Court
in the above stated case, I will sell it
public outory to the highest bidder, at
I,au rns, . I I.. S C. on Salesday in
N oveinber next being .\onday the Iitht
day of the mtonth, during the legal
hours for sueh salts, the following de
t serihel Iroplerty, 1 wit:
No. I.-- -.\Il that lot, lieCe or parcel
of hand lying, being and situate in \\'a
terloo T'ownship, ('outlity and State
aforesabd. ("ontaining one hundtred five
.n(d 1o111r-tenths (1(t. .1-llt acre.,. 111ore
for e'ss, bounded on the north by other
lands of .1. I). Terry a nid lamols of .\. (.
Irhy. on as t by inds of .1. .\M. lhil tot
andI .1. I;. .\l I)aniel. 4 (n lse south 1by
lands of" .1. It. .\cDaniel and 1. Y'. Iloydt
nd on the west b}' lands of .\. f(. I ry.
The mnore exact distances, Muetes and
'4ou(nds will tli tole fully 1 ap ar by a
Mhat of a strvy made by 11I. It. 'T'odd,
srv1 reyo l, under dlate of .lant. 21st, 1.1:
refe'ren(ce thereunto had.
No. . .lso all that tract of land
' 4ad oining' the above tract and contain
ad of c
EDINBURGH WORTH A VISIl
Time of Traveler Can Bo Well Speni
in an Inspection of the Scot
There is generally an east wind
blowing in Edinburgh, whipping tht
fog about, or else it is raining. Other
wiso the climate is very attractive
When a clear day does come, you ap
preciato it. It is very calm and cleat
and bracing. You climb a hill-Edin.
burgh carries an assorted stock of hills
a -and you look down on a city that h
t picturesque in the fullest and broadost
application of that overworked poly.
r syllable. Edinburgh is easily the most
picturesque capital in Europe.
The castle keeps you from looking
at anything else for the first fifteen or
twenty minutes. It stands in the mid
dle of things, capping a hill that shoots
I up almost straight from the level. You
_ cannot see where the hill leaves off
and the castle begins; it seems to have
grown from the living rock beneath it.
' They tell you that the castle has never
been taken by assault, though it has
been perched there for a thousand
years or so. You are not surprised at
the statement, but you indulge in a
little mild speculation as to the par
ticular form of foolishness that led
anybody to assault it.
After a while you look away from
the castle and size up the city at large.
Miles of gray mansions spiked with
towers and spires stretch before you.
backed and cut off in all directions
by hills just rough and rocky enough
to be decorative. IHundreds of little
blue pennons of smoke arise from the
chimneys. They do not consume
their own smoke in Edinburgh; the
Scots have nicknamed the capital
Edinburgh is running over with his
torical association and the tradition
of greatness. llere the national life
of Scotland has centered ever since
she had one. All her warriors, all her
patriots, all her men of sciences and
her poets have left their mark on the
capital. As a result, Edinburgh has a
personality as clear cut and individual
aq that of some great actress. She is
as Scotch as Robert Burns. If you
I like the reticence, the mixture of set
timent and resolution that make the
Scottish temperament, you will find
idinburgh a never-ending delight.
Women-il was ith-li'd a te-ast. St
plea.tnt w;ts ti'e day, so cordial the
wOelcom. I know I vo1(I thie cl en:.'ti
of IIe union when I say wI shaIl al
I he glad whc'n IIe btime coie. for I.
I to go to Second I it ens again,
ii Oel. '1%, IN C0. "\unt Kate."
1 their t
raum~ .r~J~ y'arLN
. go as
ou are not absolutely
e points, throw the
,et your money back
ill give it to you with
a better and cheaper
or premium catalog.
Jo. 'New..Ori ean~
ing nlinleteen anid S2-in0O acres1", 11n0re or'
lIess, facing on the iubli" road leading
froin L~aurenis to .\lel)anliel .\ill, bound
ed on north-West by said public high-.
way and Iaids of W. I.. Gray, on th
north and north-east by lands of, Will
Terry, on the east by lands of Will
Terry, on the south by .1. I). Terry
tract above described and lands of A.
G. Irby. and on the South and south
west by lands of A. (. Irby. The 1uore
exact distances, iletes and bounds will
iliore folly appear by a iplat of a su.
v'y iade by It. H. Todd surveyor, un
der date of .1any. 2Sth, 1913, reference
bein? Ithereuto had.
Iloth the above Ilacts containing
one h4udre It wentiy-follI and ,t;-100)
121 %1;-I1111 acres, Iore or less.
T'er.i: of Sale: One-hallf cash, bal
a nIe' to be paid twelve luontIts from
drate of sale :le credit po'!ion to be
secturd't by hani and iuortgacue of the
:1urc'haser o er't' the" ' sai ;1 . es. bear
ing le'ml intere"st Fromntdat,. with leave
to pulrchaser In pay his (ntirt bhll in
(':I.h. l'utrchamr1 to pay f'or papers. If
flt tei'tlus of sale arc not tom plied
\\ itlt. the land to b( re--sohl on sain' 01'
so1ne Sul"s'it'nen)t Salesday on sam(1
t(':ni;. at risk (1f 1'111101 Jlr purchase'r.
C. A. I'\W -:!;.
C'. ('. c' " '. and G. ti., Ianture'ns, S. C.
I)ated this 01. lI;, 191G. 1'-::,