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U~jI N
OF FIFTY HEA COr
HfGH GRADE BEEF
TYPE CATTLE
ANGUS HEIFERS AND BULLS
ALSO
SHORTHORN HEIFERS
AND B LS
WILL BE SOLD T T HIGHEST
BIDD R
GREEN .OD,- SC.
On Tuesday, December 5th.
dale Begins at 10:30 at Fair GrouInds
MORRIS & HURT
-GALLATIN, TENN.
t )I
TH A NKSG IVIN
SILVERWARE'
Thanksgiving and Xmas 'Seasons ar.e
upon us and you can enhance the at
tractiveness of your "family" or . -
"formal" dinners and teas' wonder.
fully by replenishing your table aiI
verware.
* ~ It will brighten up your table 4pnd
give just that touch to the occasion
that the hostess and. guests so ad
mire.
This store pecializes the
"Gorha St ng Silver"
Gorha S rling is the last WoMd
in tableware. Largest manuactur
ers in the world of high grade ster
ling of the latesb designs. If you
want a chest of silver or a single
piece-a sterlin'g dIn1ner servrie br"4.
drinking cup you'Ul make' n6 rnis~k6
in shopping ab Solomon's.
WILLIAM SOL0oM1N
R"I1ible JeweiW and0tee
LAtiItNS,~ s0.c
" e e i "n '" Ie "' " " " "
P ' " " . "' o . e' . " e 4
.:Lisen,. Nov, 7.-FA atines' are: get
ting..out .(119 little 99ttom .In te. fida
ktip~4 taut .and- w.5l, sqgA: be, re4yfte
CmOien9 :to.ptegal'e .f9r .the holidays
that: wlt$ z9tbe .lgn., cppng . after.
Thacsgsihng., About, bat, of, a cotten
eirop has peen made .agd with.the price
this .easob We wf11 come out better
than _e pectd , Iu ,the early .fail. Y t
some of the renters are in bad shape,
We attended the call meeting at Lau
rens last Wedhedday to hear' 0ov. -R.
1. Manning and others who went t(
learn 6Of'icolaitioliii boll weevil
district. They glve' us; in 'detail' the
ceoditio'w' of 'things, and when the boll
weevil' gets amohg us, then we will
appreciate vhat they 'said. As' a gen
eral 'thing the farmers are all "from
Miwbu'ri". Sotie 'don't think the boll
weevil will coue this iih' lip in' South
Oardlina, but we belev" it will, andi
the thi g to do 'is to 'commence to pre
pare to be ready to give them a warm
tece)ti'A, It will learn 'us a lesson,
4nd after alt, we think it 'will be bet
ter for" both people 'and stock. You
take rfitie-tenths of'the darkies. They
will -spend' all their' inoney before the
holidays, because ,they ipve the first
of January. 'he lions will' open, and
thfy wfl .comrnence 'the time business,
which will bankrupt any county . Now
then, when the 'weevil gets here, Mr,
Time Man, you better set up and take
notice, and remember as you go along,
tolp ,mechant will not advance you
much on your one crop of the past
yeats, and we hope that it will be a
blessing after all.
'Mr. Moore; our county demonstrators
made a g al last -Friday ,night at
the Lisbon high seh(l. Mr. Moore is,
workin '.eky; hard to Wake np,.tl peo
pie of the county to take ,a sensible
view of the ,pmigg sltiatioli, that they
may be .beiefted.
Mrs. J. T. A Ballew will entertain
in honor of Mrs. R. B. Watts of Colum
anf 3iss ftosebu Hendley, of Au
sta, :Thersday evehing.
Capt.'I. F. smith, 'the popular S. A.
L. conductor, is at home for a few
days, Q( his run, and looking ail right
after being in the wreck a few weeks
Egd.
Miss May Madden of the Lisbon high
sohoo,says heje .6.g to. have a box
supper'on December 8th, Feriday ngiht,
for the benefit of the school building-,
wilt be glaf to #ee a. full house, to
?out this great 'work.
Rev. and Mrs. N. J. Holmes, of
g.leefvilje pnt.a.fgw days w4th Mr.
.. Holmesl and' fanily this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Shaw Madden and Mr.
nnd Mrs. Ben.9tone spent a few days
f JJIon last; week wherp thy went
d te f'inorI of.Corporal Blkloclf wha
died on the border.
Mr. Charles- Milam went to Le'xing
pn last weep to see his father-in-law
ho is very l11,n
Mr. James A. Munday'and family will
4ove to Mrs. Nannie Cannon's 'place
a few days. Mrs. Cannon will live
ith them. ' Mrs. Mnnday is Mr's. Can
nl's sister.
'Mr. and Mrs. Tom Spencer and Mrs.:
liddell will move to the Huff place
iar the Dunlap Bridge on Little Rtiver
ad Mr. Wister Fuller will leave the
Juff place for Watts Mill.
Mr. Pink. Fuller who lives on. -the
neuntain of Little River will move to
4al and:Col e 'Grey's place whier!ir;'
4d Mrs. Furniaa Drown live.
EIverybody. ought 'to' enjoy 'I'hanksa
k ing with. Woodfow AWilson as our
p Esident again.
R GIRLS! TRY IT
SDANDRUFF ANt)'
BEAUTIFY YOUR HAiR
Ir st4. falling out and gets thick;
*avnj -strong -and -beautiful.
Your hair becomes light, wavy, fluffy,
adatndppasas soft,'Isutrous
and beautiful as a young girl's after a
"D derine hair clean 'a~ Just try
A-o~ti l4th artti a 1)ttJe
Il~erinf and fa'refuly draw it
through your ha taking one small
strand at a time, his will cleanse the
hair of dust, dirt nd excessive 9Wind
in just'a few m ments you e dou
bled the beauty f your h1.
"Besides beau fyli( hyI at og
Danderine dis lvealoyrtceo
druff;, ele se uri~lps an$ Jnvg
tqod p, reverf atliifng itch
oghti air.
B Mh w Iplegad6stoh-indstiwflI
be after a few weeks' use when you
will actually see new hair.--'-ne and
dos Mhkgd a ny 'wey
fargoigaloe he scalp. If you
care for pretty, soft hair and lots of
u rely get a 25-cent bottle of lnowl
Dn erie from any dr ggist or
to ,t counter, i4 ust try it4
luY ACOUN RoV010mm
0...
Gray Court, Route 'ihreeq Nov..27.
JNihIp4 seep~ngt6bi heor)O of
the day' since Jack Frost has come.
pears through here.
Mr. N. D. Garrett has sold his old
home place to Mr. Jan Hill. Mr. Jilt
wilnt -niove to the farm until 1918
Miss Dochia Rhodeb and friend, Mrs
Vest' viWited in this community Sun
(lay.
. Mr. and Mrs. E. H: Garrett and Mr
And Mrs. Will Williams were th
kisA d-the-day.guests of J D. Williami
$nd family Sunday.
Mrs. Lidie Howard and two children
Willie and Posey, were visitors of Mrs
i;. 4. Holcombe last Sabbath.
Mrs. Ella Crosby spent Friday night
'at the home of H. P. Garrett.
Rev. J. A. Brock of Laurens, filled
Rev. O'Kelly's place at Warrior Creek
hunday. There was baptizing also.
J. D. Williams was in Woodruff Sat
drday on business. ,
Mr. Columbus Burdette and sister,
Miss Ila, were recent visitors of Miss
dlara and Clarence Garrett.
Miss Mittie Cannady entertained a
number of young people Saturday
night, Nov. 18. Misses Clara, Altha and
Letha Williams were the visitors at
her home. The following Sunday they
were the guests of Miss Maud Riddle.
Everyone is looking forward for r
good dinner Thanksgiving. We hear
of several o'possums being caught. A
merry Thanksgiving to all.
" . * * * -. * . . * * * *
" S
WATTS MILL NEWS.
"
Watts Mill, Nov. 27.-Mrs. Bessie
'Martin, wife of Mr. John Martin, died
at her home here on last Wednesday,
fter a few days' illness. She was laid
to rest in the cemetery at this place on
the following day, the funeral services
being conducted by Rev. .1. A. Brock,
assisted by Rev. W. D. lammett of
Rock Hill.
Mrs. Martin was a consistent mcm
ber' of the Baptist church. She leaves
a husband and three children to mourn
her lops. The entire family have the
sympathy of their host of friends -at
PHOENIX
SILK HOSIER!
50c
Minter I
MEN'S
In addition
opened a i
line of furni
-wears.
I NE
In All the1
MEN' SDR S (
Light grey, dar
white, $1.00, .25
MEN'S WORK 4
50c, $1.00, $1.2
MEN'S PHOENIX !
All'colers, 35e; 3
MEN'S RIBBED Ut
Inl stouts, longs a
heayy, medium and
$1.00, $1.25, $1.50,
We Have a Full:Li:
Initial Hlandker<
Linen s'nd Ca
Complete Line
2)E~SUMtE T
TO
IVMIINTI
this place.
-The Meeting which has been held
- here for two weeks is still continuing
Rev. W. D. Hammett has done somie ex
cellent, preaching during his stay
among us. Hie will return to his honie
in Rock Hill Tuesday.
We are glad to say that .\r. W. L.
Jennings, who has been sick for sev
eral weeks Is now slowly improving.
Mr. D. I). Davis of Greenvilie visited
this place on Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. Stella (toff and children left
Saturday for Greenville.
VX1
You Need
There are times in eve
needs a tonic to he lplh<
When that time comes to
to take-Cardui, the woman
posed of purely vegetabl
gently, yet surely, on the w
and helps build them bac<
It 'has benefited thousands
ailing women in its past I
success, and it will do the
You can' make a misi
Miss Amelia Wilson, I
says: "I think Cardui is the
for women.- Before I beg
so weak and nervous, an
spells and a poor appetite.
as strong as I ever did, at
Begin taking Cardui today,
Has Helped
""N
Visit The
_ New Store
Company'
FURN1S
CLUSIVI
to our department st
nan's store, with ar
shings, including aniy
VN E CK W E
tU-to-Date Shap<
ME
tan, brZw, In all the mo
$1*50O, $1.75 are guarante
ILOVES $1.00, $.2!
5, $1.50 MEN'S Nil
F
~ILK HOSE Made of h
for $1.00WeHv
lION SUITS for the Ni
nd regulars; Men's Ma<
light weight,
$2.00, $2.50 LIC
e of Men's I C
:hiefs In A RE
mbric.
of Bath Robes, Sweater
'0 VISIT US-lra
THE BIG STC
ER COM
Rev. J. A. Brock was called to War
rior Creek Sunday to administer the'
ordinance of baptism.
Rev. W. D. Hammett and Rev. J. A.
Brock motored to Greeiville today.
Ait Tfrinity-Ridge.
Al Trinity-Ridge school building,.
Wednesday evening, November 29th,
hot Supper will be served beginning at
six o'clock, price 35 cents. An enter
talnment by the Laurens male quar
Idete (and a short programme by the
pmpils will be given, starting at eight
o'clock.
I a Tonic
ry woman's life when she
!r over the hard places.
you, you know what tonic
's tonic. Cardui is com
3 ingredients, which act
eakened womanly organs,
to strength and health.
and thousands of weak
ialf century of wonderful
same for you.
ake in taking
m's Tonic
Z. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark,
;reatest medicine on earth
an to take Cardul, I wat
d had such awful dizzy
Now I feel as well.and
d can eat most anything,"
Sold by all dealers.
Thousands.
I'y
J1ILSON BROS.
SHIRTS
$1.00 to $3.OO
Annex
HINGS
L Y
ore we have
i up-to-date
thing a man
A R
is and Colors
N'S SHIRTS
st up-to-date patterns,
ed to please.
;, $1.50, $2.00, $3.00
HT SHIRTS AND
AJAMAS
eavy outing, $1.00
a Special Offering
axt Two Weeks In
le-to-Order Clothes
'N BRAND
DLLARS
THE BEST
s and Raincoatsj
IEXT DOOR
)RE
PANY

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