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AUG. .29--SEPT. 4
. Patria, Chapter 12
"1lEA0C- ON THlE BORDEA"
O.! Henry Stories
" TIlE &lIFT OF 31AUI"
And a good comedy.
in fit ( parts.
u Nriel Ostriche and Arthur
"1310RftA I, 0U'lACUI'"
Would you divorce y ur22 husband
.lMarI Sai in
"TIlE 10011 IN '1111'.-OUN
1lieen l loin 0 Inl
1L110.\A1) RI )E ES"
and two rel Neysiono Coliedy.
2 l ol 2 "lswood ill
"tTilIE1-: AI\ NTE-: l'\,.\.!.S"
i live act .leiro Wonliplay of
action, miystery, love.
A l':alilount. Picture inl : piui.
The Quinino Thit Dm Not Afful U:1 Hoed
BetcnuFtw of its totsie at21 .Vax:tti vc.'' , L.ANA
TivE1V1 1nio\1 Q) I IN liep i utina.() y
Qiin in doca liot . er'e tir.ntstics 2 r
ti222idlig~ 122 12(20d. 1neitteln3 w~,r t222 fll t 1:11104n1
look for the signmature of%. \V. GROVE. 3Uc.
hk.1 Ain~one~ Vho !los lIedl It.
T I'l 22'- fatn2I1!'s wh 221 ;Iys a1il22
to I: a bott le o;, Chaiin'riaini's Colic
ab2,i! I -irrhoeit li112 ly iln th ll ous
for use. in c 1 res i..; is neer(1 , n12! f1lin
(3lut it is n(ot only : a good inv('stmeltl
h11 ,a2 vv.4 111 112 (12n or .ilfr(tigg. As
to its r lilablility ask anlyone who has
u eI it.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
4?1 It~. tha.l ni I 1111dcita l a llc
l. -o It 1m! n.
r T .'
I-'I .N A .S - 1- 311-: \ 11.
Taiike nloli,' thatll i m th u ith dav of
SCptther, 1417, 1 will renIder a 1111
1aCCoulit (s' liy ns 2 2id do ings a.; Ad
IllinistrW i" t'' 1:, 2 (of .1110. (",
~llella 11 1n 6i t .1., 2 l 2212i2e of t
.lud e o1f lI'l, (t o I.: enis c i y,11 ;V.
'(t clk. ; 1 , u. ;w 22 n h :.a " o2
(ay will apply for a Pinah dischrge
froin Ilnv ir 2 ; a1 Admini!str1atrix.
Any 2((2 per 2n2ine2.d 12o said ('sta12
isnoild nd W li d to m k a
mew oil that./laie, al2(l a11 person
havin222 C 222na .. a:.tins 2122 ;:.id1 (' :.2e w' ill
duily in-ovell mr in-Wo1ebrrd.
Au st 1,1217. I m o o.
Sch22: dn'21 12n. lit .~i 2( W.C.'~21V2
12 :27 p. 1(.. Gr'eenwood 1:21 p2. mn.,
Laur2ens2 2:22 2.1m., Sparlnh2urg . :(:1
p. m1.4 connect(12win with No. 5 at M..
Clormiuek for Ant'erson and22 1( No. 52 alt
Laulrenis for (Greenvlille1(.
Trin No). :: da11ly, laves Auigusta
4 :40 12. m1., ar2riin g at .\1 et orm(ick 62:3
as No. 7 from GreenCfwood to) Spartan
bur2ig the followin1g mlorintg, lealving
Gireen wood at. 7 : 2( a. m1., and1( a rrivinig
lat Iaulre(n 89:28 a. mi., and1( Splatan
burg 10:05 2a. m3 connctin3g at 1Lau(
rens with Nos. 5an 21.1i.
Train No. 2, dIlly, lea2ves4 S~artan1
burg 7:05 a. im., ai(2vin1g at lanrens
8:31:1 a1. m1.. Green2wtod 13::x 21. 21., .\c
(ormhIdk 1(::El a1. m3.. Aulgusta2 12:20 1.
Il., conne11ctin 1with22 No;. 2.1and ii a(2
Laurens12 Nos. 22 and2( s atl .\le(or2
m.nle c o ik 0:0 p. m, .u ut
8:25 0. mf., 'oneel ing with2 No2. 5:! at
Laurens2 and1 No2. .2 at 12' l(i'1rm~ik
2 i21er itenders.
This I .2222232: V.om h,;2 u LI. 2
1)o222l' aldniy i'22lls.
She ho:w~ inund12 2he 22 - 2.2 22re(ente2
Nt) ne22d 20 lo.ok .2 f 2nh3r V.r a t'.e2l
The(2 22roo2 2.f 32322i! iS . '2r:. 22nd 222n
Prof2 it b .lr.2. T. 1ironi 22 ma2t2'2en'.
.Alrs5. .22ni 222' dford.2221 fl 2h-2222
St., Laurens10, sa(ys: ".\2v inne!2vM -re1
weak and32 2n'y. IIk '2. -) 12am 212at
shoest. 1 122a( 22(a2 worn2 1 (, ti -a fee1.
ing and(2 a2 h2a2 2'weight (< 2 * ' 22ho22 d
2 r c ould212(( 2222 have'( fel t I- .ie. I was2
nerous'0~ and2( dr2OW2y. 22oo. .Al v k 2(l22y
neted irregular 22 ly andt 2 anno0yed( m2e
gtrea2tly. . '1 had3( dizzy.3 22pells2 and had to
2(my1 (1d 2on2 tho wal to k2enfron
W'oan's "2 idn(1e1y 12 I 2 ill 1 r lieved
lat 22l1 denh-rs2'. D)on't
cy Pills--the same thatt
ord1 had. 1"osterl-.\l 1burn1 Vo.,
REVIVAL AT PRINCETON.
Many Asqiiisitions to the Chirch Roll
Following it Me4ting Conducted by
Rev. J. A. hrock.
dJ'rinceton Baptist church has Just
experienced a gracious revival. Pas
tor J. A. l3rock, of Laurens, cane to
our help on Baturday, August 18th,
and -preached for nine (lays. Mr.
Brock has iever had the advantage in
life that lie would wish to have, but
after a long strenuotyi struggle, he be
come convinced and to feel strongly
that God wanted him in the ministry
of the Gospel. Soon he set out to be
one of God's servants and his influence
has been greatly felt wherever he has
gone. Our people here do not recall
a meeting that has reached us so of
fectively. The Lord was WithI us in
the presence and power of tie Spirit.
Ills appeals went straight to the
hearts of the people, anud the result
Was, tlat t wenty-ni line were received
The Intlnience of the mneetig iI 1on1
the Christian people has been marked,
and Inany of u1s have caught a new
visloni of the min0,1111ug of the Christian
life and its great responsiilities.
'Mr. Brock capLurd Prinlieton With
his great gospel ilessages, and I lie
chur11ch Is, very proud of' sitchl a noble,
(on1secrated serv:ant, and we feel that
the Lord will greatly bless himi11 In his
work, aMid 10 this en ' e a i'maying.
Ilappy Ilat chulrich that niiy ::eenre his
,:rvicer ;In " zi il-winlning eniim ignl.
kiddle 11. Arnold.
l'rlciteton. ;. (C
'J i. !917.
liedII Ir'n lb1ek -t
5 is an unuill i t horoighly
('halriiig story thit Is told inl '.\oral
Couae." thi new \World-Pictlire lira
dly-Mladc which will he seen on Fri
day at the Opera (louse. It tells of
tlie ma nu ler In whihel a canny Scotclh
lassie who works as a "hand" ill the
Conlent ii iill owned by old Joshia
Alnsoni, urPril's .\noon' l sn, ('had
wick. anl then when his father dis
inin'rits him. winls a fortunie In a1
striking and imexpeeled mainer. .lny
of Ilie scenes wore taken iI on of tle
biggest Con netelit itllls and they are
notable for the heality . a11 exveptional
in wVs intrest. Tle Story titielt l"i a
IloroiugIily clarming one ma is aI
togetlier different from 4 the ordinary
story of falory life. It i. a1 colnsisItii
ly pleasing tale witloiit a sin:l dis
4omrdanit note inl it. .\iliel Ostrlehe
plays tlie Iol ot Ilie girl aii inverl
heIr cluiraeteizait lol viation wihia unior
;getable4 charin11. Artli, .\shley piy
the hero in a stalwart, miaily 1inannier
to winl him inainy new triendl. Ito
oainme i(ling d hicted the produt
tion and hIs oirectioin was little less
thanl inspired. See "loral ('ourape"
and see one of t(e most dell"ihtf'l :I
tractions that has ever lien t 'lnwd.
MI,- Sales [intiawls
The laIlrt's .lohn Car Conipanh y
is enjoying the biggest blsiniess thi
siiinniei that it has ever had, states
.\r John D . .\l K cc, piesidentI. liur -
inig the mionth (If July the .laxwelI
sales departmient, exclusive of the othi
Cr lin~es whIih thlIle comiipa ny hanidlec,
showed aI tota11 of overi $180,000~ worth1
of caris de live red toI distr it Iois in
hf ('ompanflhy's Ieri tory. Thle Au\ gulst
51ales arie keepinig abrleast (If thie Jul11y
sale and L t1(1he yearP'S li bsiness proml
ises to lbe thei( phtienomIinail. Ahout teni
OP fiftee car Cis hiav~e been sold in the
IotalI ter ittory duiiring thle piast few
*. *. * *. 6 e e e * e eose.
* P'l"ER:lsoN Rtl:UNION.
* S 6 S * e S S S C e * C C C
Thel tiftht reunion of thei Patltersoni
ford Station, S. C.
\'e had at beautifuil day, bright and
cleari with n clt 'onda In mar i te pleas;
iures of the' occa~sionl. Th'le beauitil
spitrit oft love aind good f'illowship
wvhichi permneated Ite very'~L atmoisphli'r
her.s ofI (lie dlifferent brancht'les oi tis
hir;'e faiyP ingLiledl together'i onice
inirhIon utis i.- toie erniig whli ch
hais growni .en deari io Is al. \\'' miisS
an ote 2 auW 1 ;~I huihr i:i r,
numberhij ofi new' face:. tis biing thie
hr it ' rdain h~ a tedd h
've hd I I~ 'I i iimb'. of the
Tlhuie' memb!i, rs hav'e did duing ihie
yeari. .\Ir \\''. I'.l Pat erson, the' imich
lovedi hail of 'tel f I'n', but for wh'lom
wec wold not have hadi thlese' annualla
were icad by 'l. rs. ..l. lDuckett. iioo
5on (lanoe w'Ias tihe(1( t ird membear toI
Th'le writer tof iesoliuitiins fin her'
deathI conuh( not he pireuant on (Iiecoun lt
oif sick ness so we failed to have t hgenp
There has beeni one miarriaige, Alvin
Poole andh Miss Elect ra Brewbagton.
,iohn.M. Patterson, Jr., has been add
ed to the role by birth.
Five of our boys have answered the
call to the colors and go forth to rep
resent us in the world struggle for
freedom, justice and humanity. We
bid theil Godspeed and proudly place
their names on our family honor roll:
Clyde DeShields, 1tiugene Cox, F4arle
Langston, Carlisle Patterson, Albert
Pitterson. We extend the thanks of
the entire family to the following:
Dwight Patterson for his hearty words
of welcome; Annie Mae Patterson, for
her well rendered recitation; Prof. .1.
C. Martin, for his earnest prayer; 'Rev.
J. T. 'Miller, Rev. J. 11. 'Williams and
Mir. 0. C. Cox for their helpful talks,
and Mrs. Alice 'Mills for music on her
ldison phonograph. The officers of
the past year Were re-elected to serve
another year. The bounteous spread
of tihe ilooitide hour was enjoyed by
'W. L. Patterson, Chairman.
\lrs. V. 1). Patterson, Secretary.
* * * S * * S 9E e - * * *
* VA'"I'S .,LlLL NEWS. *
* S * e*9 9 e e e e a e a
\Watls .ll, Aug. 27.---On Saturday
tmorning at S:0', Mrs. Jane lhilcoi ani
aged 'ldy of this place, died very sud
denly while sitting in her chair at the
home of her brother.\lr. . P. 'amhy,
with whom she had made her hoiue lor
Illite a number Wf yeairs. I ler body was
laid to rest in Ihe ceielry here Sun
day. The funieral servic Wa conduct
ti by liev. \W T. .\iullikini. She was
a miember of the ilhjil ist (huruh for
ly years. At Jale, as sIte was
Id vIll be h really misred hy her
iy riends and relataives s they
igo ill and ollt tile holie, and only see
1thie vacant chair. She leaves only two
brotheis.M I. 'eley iaubic, of (Areer,
and Mr. .1. P. liamile, of wats .\mil.
ir. al .\Mrs. id orgee and family
l4lt Suinday morning in an altoimiobile
for a visit amoni: relatives in .\ugusta,
-\irs. . U. a. avis, of ( reenville,
speon Sitnday Wili her hlinghter, Mrs.
\V. X. IBhrns.
.\it .\ Ma (;lirtt has returned holie
aftera a viil witi friilds and relativgs(
in l'ointain inn).
\Ir. and .\lrs. ilhert Ilenjaint, of
Clinton. visited at the iomnie of Mr. E'.
..cQ\Qwt n on Sunday.
A!r*s. ar h Iabb '1nd1 .\rs. u h
i vt;y reti rlied homtue on Sa1'lurday froimi
A vbit withi r"'lmives in (;Ireenville
and i p n il .
is Janie iell .mith and little sis
t or. (f W itin n, N. C., visited Mir.
:,dl ml,. W. 1-'. t~ last wcek.
'A CHILD'S TONGUE children of all ages and grown-ups Missionary itstItutc.
iiows 1Printed on the bottle. 3eware of coun- rhe Iaurens County Missionary In
SHOWS IF LIVER OR inno10its sold here, so don't be fooled. stituto of the Presbyterian church
BOWECLS ARE ACTIVE ." the gonuine, made by "California
B W L AR AC IEFig Syruptl Company." meeuts at Shady Grove chutrchi Friday,
August 31'st. ENach Presbyterian chur1ch
If cross, feverisi, siek, ilis,in the cot Is earnestl urged to be
friit laxaitive it once. S. NJ. & 4. I. WILKES & CO. represented.
Every mother realizes. after giving
her children "California Syrup of Seven Cousins In tie War. Call ad le us show you the best
I'igs" that this is their ideal laxative, line of led-loem Furniture to be
because they love its pleasant taste Mrs. C. XI. Clarke has just returned Ic iind i the State.
and it thoroughly c(lIans e nr from Stipsonvile, where Bhe Visited S. ted & er. 11. WJILKES & CO.
little stomach, liver and owels with- her brother, Ar. W. 11. Boazman and
out griping. her sister, C. 1i. Gol(lsith. While li NA 1, OJTJ1EN'l'.
WV~'hen cross, irritabl feverish or
breath is bad, stomach sour, look it
the tongue, Mother! If coated, give a Versation and was brought home October, 1917, we will render a final
teaspoonful of account of out- acts and doins as Ex
of this illess "fr peculiarly to them because %vnout ecrr fth saeofI. d
laxative," and lin a feI hours theto
la x ativ e, a n n a fexo r th e o f th eir n in e b o y s a re Ii n th e se rv ic e , w a rd s, d ec eased , in t hle M elle o f t hle
foul, constiPated waste, sou ' c and
utiliese~ fO~ PlSe501 f'he l~v ot 0O10 Of thlen' having asked for ex- Judlge of Probate of Y[, urenls county,
undigestedl food passes or f thle bow
els, and you have a well, playful child elltion. Mrs. Clarke it at I1 o'clock, . on th a
syinstelm1101 (1 day will Iply3 foi')( !!aL.A4te1.hfirge
again. When its little system is full of Ijet. A. G. 1art, who is now Oi his from ou't (rusts as cittors.
of cold, throat sore, has stomach-ache, way to Ilohoken, N. I., where he ex- Any person lndcbted to said estate
diarrhoea, indigestionl, colic-rmm
diarrhago inieo c'liCeng em-lil Pects to. receive further or(ler-s for tll- Is notilieol and reqiuiredi to miiak pay
betr, a good "insidse cleansing" should itiett on 1hai (late: and all persons
alwvays he the first I reatmuent given. iditosrienFrnehanglitsgistsalett' vl
o Millions of mothers keep "California hti on ob id ate,
Syrup of Figs' handy; theyn Ilnow a Ia in i, e lmve on tand a k duly Iloven or le foree hiced.
tlenlspioonfIl today saves a sivk chilid e stock of paints wvlici we are goig
toiiorrow. Ask your driggiqt for a to (lispose of. ) c e y. 1. l'DI)ARDS,
-nt bottle of "liforna Syrup of 'ou a e S
figs,'' " " or hsf(welI'a('tM ull yo' babies, llola iyl. IDat ed A g. 29, 1917.-li 11.
.is the modern Method of communi
cation between the business man
and -the consumer. Shrewd busi
ness men who have desirable prop
ositions to offer
and advertise. If you want to know
what these desirable propositions
are, read the ads in this paper each
week. They tell the story and
NAME THE MERCHANT
Announcing With Plea re
and a Degree of Prid the
o Autu I Modes
Designers of clothe that be he marks
of exclusiveness an ind' 'uality are well
represented in this- showing--a. display
which webelieve to be unequalled for its ...
extent and variety. The new models pre
sentei conform to a stanird well iressed women j.
unliversally recognize. Our in when selecting them
was to choose something t w endure and ... .
woild at the same time be out of the ordinary. You
will Le enchanted with the glorioU3 crCaions in
Women's and Misses' Women's and Misses
Fall Millinery Fall Dresses
WiVomen's and Misses' Fall Suits Women's and Misses'Fall Coats