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* .i0NES 'NEWS. *
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Jones. Nov. J.--Mr. .John Quincy
Adams and Miss Daisy Hughes were
married yesterday and are on a bridal
tour to Columbia and Charleston. Mr.
Adams has a position with the Y. M.
Fodthe room with ji
Stron menouh to illutnil
tirely frece 'roml unlcornif
RAYO LAMIPS Jigt
thle gatllery and touch nt'
ive(, inl desi.gni, they are
No checap filigree wvork
If' your dealer doesn't
Al]addin Security 0
sati'act~ory resuilts front
Washington, 1). C. (New
r .s 1 011~ih~
C. A. at Ware Shoals and Miss Daisy t
is the accomplished daughter of Mr.
W. It. Ilughes. We extend warmest
cong ratulat tions to t1e0.
r. i Wm. ilenry 31oore has suffll- k
ciently recovered from a recent severe
illness to go to his son, Howard, at
Abbeville. We hope he may continue
[H, E COR NERS
1ellow, usable Rayo fight.
late n large ro'oml-yet en-.
t like 4 gas .Jot. Jus.t ra'ise
niatch. Siinple andl attr-act
"it ornarnent i any room.
tokeep) you busy cleanling.
haethenm, 'write to our
Iis a guarantee of most
Intu11ps, alvsndc lienters.
)II, CO RPANY
Jerney) Charleston, W. ra.
Ot F.NID. CharlotteN.C.
Chre ston, S. C. J t s
haeThmis,~i t o th
mulese eve . C
high as y
Mr. W. 11. Hughes has opened- a
resh stock of groceries and will ap
>reciate the patronage of his friends.
Brewerton school bpened 'Monday
inday very favorable auspices. Rev.
Villiams of Harmony church presided,
lev. James Dallas and Dr. W. T.
[ones delivered addresses. Misses Jen
tie MeNinch and Sudie Mledlock are
n charge and the outlook Is very
>right for a prosperous year.
Itecently we had the pleasure of lis- I
ening to our venerable friends, Mr. f
1. 1. Henderson and Mr. Porter El
erbre relate thrilling events of the
Mr. Frank P. Jones attended the
Mr. 1-1. Frederick visited Alabama,
Mr. Woodward returned yesterday
'rom Greenville hospital. His friends
tow lie will soon be entirely well.
Our friend. Capt. J. B. Humbert,
>t Prineton, was at Ware Shoals a few
lays ago. Hs friends will be pleas
,-I to hear he is enjoying splendid
.\l Is. Coker, of Ibaulrens. visited her
tarents, H-lon. and Mrs. .1. P. Mlori'Ison,
Messrs .1. A. and 'C'urtis 1111 visited
John Frank IHill of Abbeville, last
Mi. Walter M. .lones made a very
I11o ( rop of corn on his bottoms.
'ir. and Mr s. Wilmot Smith attend
e I auiriens Fair.
.l rs. -. .\L. Caine hasF return rued from
a visit to her sisteir's \irs. ('. W. Jen
kins, of Cohminmia, and Mrs. P". 1K. Mar
till of lonticello.
Mr. .1. Outa11 Il has bee.n doing some
carpenter work here.
.\lrs. Iosalie Stillivan and her Soil.
James. rmeenitly visited iher brother,
11. Wiu. Ife.inr3 "Moore.
We recently met. tile following
friends: Messrs .1. T. Medlock, 1'. 0.
Harvey, S. 1H. McGee, and Mr. Craig,
of Gr1eenwood: Mr. Plunk of Kings
Mountain, N. C.. Steve I lerndon, of
lainsointon, N. C.. \Ir. i. Mcluen and I
1 ):. (ilkerson of Prinecton.
W arv ver' .,rateful to 411 of our
friends for receit kiid favors.
For n1 Weak 1'stonmneh.
sa genteral iIule all u01 Oeed 14
li is to ado tll a1 diel suIed to your
Ige and ovenipation an1id t keep you r
i owels 1." a.11% W hen'1 yo'- f(.4. that1
you have aiten too )Uich and when
constipjaied, ta(e on3e4 of Chamber
Sl'ISCRI l'O T'Ill ADV10RTIS1l01.
nk, is one (
od ages, a
ou would ti
Lnd call to
FOR A TONIC IRON
CAN'T BE BEAT
loncentrated Form of Natural Iron
Cheaper, Stronger! Unexcelled
CID IRON MINERAL,
ALL DRUGGISTS HAVE IT
"I found such quick relief from tak
ng Acid Iron Mineral (natural ,ron)
or rheumatism, and chronic indigos
Ion I want to urge more people to
ake iron instead of other remedies
vhen needing a tonic and something
hat will build hem up," said J. C.
shelton, of Roanoke, Va.
"I was weak, had a sour stomach,
ad appetite, i pd suffered most all
he time. I ne 4ded a tonic badly and
vhen I started taking Acid Iron Min
,ral I found t te remedy I ,ieeded,'
,ontinued Mr. ISihelton, whp' lives at
i02 12th St., N. W.
Acid Iron M neral is highly con
entrated medie nal iron testing ovei
0 degrees spec lc gr.vity and a fro
Irops inl a gias, of -Water makes al
ituexcelled medieie for the blood, dt
4estion, ind appetite. It is sold b.
Druggists in six and twelve ounc<
bottles under ilthe Ferrodinle Chemi
-Il ('orp. tradellark, which gliu aran
lees strength and ellicieicy. lIe surv
vonl get. the genuine. Get a bottle. It
is cheaper, stronger an(d better fol
Iinilowe'en Party at. Narnfie.
The ladies of the Woodrow Wilsoi
School ImtproNemient associat ion en
tertain1ed1 a large numiii(ber of theil
friends 1 la11 lowe'in. Th e rooms wert
decora ted withI auitumn leaves, jael
o' hinteras and strings of applies.
The evening's merrim ent was foum
when three girls inas'ked as giosts
eltered the room and in such time
hontored gaies as hiting and hobbi ni
for apples, a peanut contest. an,
oasting iiarisl. mallows.
The guests were given an oplportunt
ity to draiw their fortunes from a Hal
lowe'ent pie. Then partners were it
vited to visit the witch's dimly ligltci
case and le.t an their fates.
Diring the evening dainty refresh
ments we're served from which a nlic
little stin was realized.
('rain ('ure for ('riup.
.Ry.ose iliddleton,. of Gro.n.il01<
!HL. has I!ad experienice II Ihl- ra
mnt1 of this discase. She any.. "Whei
my ci r I e sm1al o r'y sin h
ug 'ioedy always brou: .I! tles
iIth l tiI(liately. and I v'- neve
,-i1hoult it In Ihe house'. I ha.ve take(i,
it mllyself for ('ou1ghS an1d cois WiltI
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f the nice
:eed on e
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* LISIHON NEWS. *
Lisbon, Nov. 5.-Tho farmers are
keeping right up with their cotton
picking and that means a groat deal
in the wind-up. The farmers are not
sowing mitch grain so far, but there
is time enough yet for both wheat and
oats. We think the land well )i
pared and the fertilizer used freely,
would -be much better than planting
so much grain in wheat -and oats with
out .proper manner.
A few days before the holidays
would be time enough to-sow wheat,
Let the freezes come and get rid of the
flies, and we might depend upon bet
We went. to Spartanburg yesterday,
went, through Camp Wadsworth, to
fihe boys in training, to soon cross
tlie big pond to face the Germans In
the behalf of the United State. We
could not. hell) but feel sorry for' Ite
poor boys Just started in life, just now
where the most of them can quite un
derstand what it means to be a man
and1( have to leave his mother, his wife
and his sweethear(. We don't think
some people take this thing, you call
war. with enough seriousness-but we
illt will before the end comes, accord
Iine; it) outr thinking and every man had
better get busy an( do something to
help others. so that they C.nn do mnore.
Nlis Salli( (latworthy of ilonea
path 1. M rs. W. L'. Holmes and son, 1ill,
of Norfolk, Va.. are spending awhile
with .lr. A. 1llotmes and family.
.Mrs. Milam and M's. Fuller are
hothi onl the sik list.
Oilr school is going along witihoti a
ripple under the mianagemIent of the
officient tacher, Miss May Ma dden.
Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days
Your drin:ist will refuinid uoncy if PAZO
OINTMENT falls to cure nuv cnse of ItLinsig,
- HIdneediIg ori'roti Idinii., '' les in 6tc 4dnys.
'he first application aves Mcne and Rtt. SCc.
. lerke Fir's l''rs -' hintlg Airsi).
Washin1gton, Nor. 2.--The f1rst IghtIJ
ing a I i'irane, wholly m a1'de in A merica
of American materials, has taken the
air inl successful test flights. In Iak
ing this fact known today ofilcials of
the airicraft prodiluct ion board said few
c'hanuges in tlie designs of (ithex' tihe
plane or ile IA lxi'ty motor' arxe believ
ed necessary and that lodlctiol in
tianit y of tle ighting mach ines sooni
will be inl pI'ogrpess in many of the fae
st loads of
mnd not so
UP AGAINST RUNS
(erman Houses in the Republic Se.
verely Damaged by Indignant Cit
zens. Drastic Reprisals for German
Rio Janeiro, 'Nov. 3.-Popular man
Ifestations against German business
hoilses in this city assumed a violent
character today. The damage was
Anti-German 6utbreaks are report
ed from Curityba and Sao Paulo. The
guard detachments over the Central
liallway of Brazil have been doubled,
all officers have been recalled to their
garrisons and furloughs suspdnded. A
spy, whose nationality is not publicly
known has been arrested In Rio Jan
In response to the demand for re
prisals against German aggressions,
the president of the republic has sent
to the congress a message containing
the following recommendation:
First-Annulment of contracts for
public works e4tered into with Ger
mans; second, prohibition of new land
concessions to German subjects;
third control of German banks and
ventual annulment of their license;
fourth, tie extension of these meas
ures to (ermnan properties; fifth, the
interlienilt of German suspects.
The imessage adds that auithoriza
tion is given to the nebners of the
cabluet to taike without restriction the
lecessary Iieasilres for the etlicleney
of the military organization of the
reipblic. 'I'l Parliamentary diplo
Illatic coninitt0ee will meetthis eveni
ing to disclss the measures.
There is violent indignation amiong
the mllellbers of tile chambers and
lie 13raziliin people over Germiany's
The Verdict Was"uit.
A country lawyer was defending a
Prisoner who had killed a man by
ittlg him ol tie head with a brick.
The case agaiiist the prisoner being
lui;( eliar, the conilsel endeavored to
:Ct I II cliellt off by mnaking a peirfer
vid speech. lie said: "The responsi
bility of defending my clilent is almost
ov(rWlinli 11g. This mllorning, as I was
wallcing inl myv gar(el enjoyllig the
lovely sillshile and balmy air, listen
ing to the birds singing and looking
ant all the liautiful flowers, I satid to
m , poor client, immured in i.
cell, can see nole of these things!'
.!ust then a spectator at the back of
Ihe cuIt shouted: "Neither can the
'Mian hV hit 0on the head with a brick!"i