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OF COUNTY TEACHERS
Interesting Program has been Arrang
ed for Meeting Next Saturday.
The regular muonthly County Teach
ers Meeting will be held in the Lau"
rens high school Saturday, December 1
8th. The progranm is as follows:
10:45-t1 " 15--Sect ional meetings- -
High school, led by 'rof. L. T.
Graininar grades, led by \lrs.
Primary grades, led by )liss An
11: -l2 ::i--;eneral meeting. Mirs. i
l1)rown will discuss lHlial rhool i
The high school teachers are ex
peeted to conie prepared on the chap- I
fer assigned in I'arker's "iligh School
Alethods", The anntuar grade leach
ers are asked to conlte prepared on the
chapter on arithmetic in Charter's I
"Teaching the Conimon Iranches".
Each prituary 'T'eacher is asked to t
bring a practical suggestion for "busy I
tilo n(iih School 11n 1101 l.
First (;racle': 1.iu lle ('olemnt, Lottie
Soron! I;rade, : !!rother lItpsor. \la
)'iOl \Wi inan. lanche CrIsp.
Tlhir-'l ';Inole- \ inle't Crisp, Margue
rife (lbiilap \laxeyy, Preston
Fourth (;rade': \!a'raret dllp , .lanic
Bryson, n 'e ('hse. Leiv Itasor. I
F(rances TI'n :u1. .Marion llipp.
fif'th (" a(+h-: .lutlithl Farrar.
See'thb (;r:ut: K' hn n iiliq. \lotes, L.o
r'enal (1i-;). Te'aguie Siinluou , Ilarold1I
Fuh'llecr. 'le 'tea non.
Ilighth ra :.\larie' 1lryson, llelen
C'olentan, 1011h G;rant. .140hn Fuller,",
Ninth (;raile: ('lough i''arrar. Ruf
, ledge I"uller.
Tenth 1 rade: Mary Long, Olga Siml
lons, lPay l r.Ison, John Coleman.
Entertatinment at .ilountville.
The Ladies' School improve'int As
sociation of the .\ount ville high school
will give an oyste' 511)))pper at the
school house onl Friday nig ht, (he s'
enth. Everybody is invited to cinme.
Trunk of "Shoo Polish" Pro-ed ll be
Spartanhurg. Nov. :10.--.\ tnk col
4ain thirn;:-six tiuart1-s of liq(uor Was
seized his att''rnoon by the local po
o)r in this city. The trunk was shipped
from Hattin.ore and warnned
"Salln :Sinithl . Co., "arei of4 the .iii es'
Sho l' l i aany. :'r t:;nh t . .
A roken hottll I 1((Olte i ie 1
have bet rayled the( co(n te(nt s of the
- (tu k ;h 'nm olie'. .\ s:ron1g Odinr of
liquor .. ,,:, fro11l in ' !)1a - ('1'n inl
the e'x:Gr's ",ile' arm(11 in'! the 51u5p).
ol (,'I s lie a d c:!s el1 ('1tokeep a ('lose watch (,n ithe ('(;Ir''e the
trunk should take.
And SheSoon, G ot Back
New Castle, "lnd.--"The measles
2eft me run do6wn, no appetite, could
Snot rest at rnight, and I took a severe
cold which settled on my lungs, so I
-was unable to keep about my house
work. My doctor advised me to take
Vinol, and six bottles restored my
V health so I do all my housework, in
cluding washing. Vinol is the best
medicine I ever used."-Alice Record,
43( So. rrth St., New Castle, Ind.
eguarantee this wonderful cod
Aliver and iron tonic, Vinol, for all
weak, run--down, nervous conditions,
Laurens Drug Co., Laurens. S. C.
4 or Weakness and Loss of Appetite
SThe Old Standard general strenigthiening tosnic,
OROvE'S TASTrErl~s t~ hi1 TONIC, drives out
-'~ MalarIa and builds np '' *ystern. A truc tonic
%a ndsure Appetizer. Fo;"..ilts and children. .'t;
SWhat is LAX-FOS
LAX-FOS IS AN IMPROVED CASCARA
A Digestive Liquid Laxative, Cathartic
and Liver Tronic. Contains Cascara Ilark,
Blue Flag Root, Rhubarb Root, Black
Root, May Apple Root, Seuna Leaves and
Pepsin. Combl~inen strenigthi withi pala
table aromatic taste. D~oes not g ripe. SOc
CHICH ESTER S PLLS
Tills )?lA.ii nRA~l )
Pilli In He.I 1,1 ontd muetaiiic
Tak n, ,l'.. n o '.renr
SOLD BY DRUOGISTS EVERYWHERE
SWbenever You Need a General Tonic
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
4'lJl Tonic is equally valuable as a
'Qnral Tonic because it contains the
~.Uknown tonie properties of QUININE :
IR 1~ON. It acts on the Liver, Drives
M4alaria, J~nriches the Blood and
de up the Whole System. 60 cent.
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('ROSS HILL NEWS. *
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Cross . hill, Dec. .-Hsmany
riends at Cross 11111 rejoice with Rev.
. G. Lee of 'i itida on his promotion
o a chair in Furman University. In
many ways is he qualified to fill a
lace in the faculty. A deep and con
tant stident, a mall of untiring enCr
y. an atractive and tactful leader of
oting people, 1r. Lee will succeed
ithI the boys of Furimait. If he ac
epts the place it is not too much to
x ject that he will become a useful
tenher of tle Ieachling force of that
Quito a crowd was here Saturday to
tfend the auction sale of mul Los and
1arses by Foster & lKearney of Ander
on. 'T'hiey brought a gir load of
tock here Friday and sold at auction
aiiurday afternoon 18 or 20 head. All
'ottght fairly good prices, $130 to
220. .\lr. -Ed Mc 'ravy, forlerly of
his phaie, was the autcotieer and
ept the crowd ini splendid hiumor
I ron hoit the sales. The hidding
as lively at titmles and, while the
ar tmers were considerate in their iur
hasing. many of. thn seemed anxious
o buy. The .Messrs Wharton of Wa
0110 also have soine good stock here
thi ch they are offering for sale bit
lot at auction.
Cons ietable ali'm was created here
\edn "day night by a fire w'hich'1
(e(mied alt first to b1e near1i' the oil mill.
mt which proved later to be a tenant
iouise near the mill on 11ir. M. T. Simp
on's place. The house was unocet
lied and thlie catse of the bttrning is
1mt known. The building is a total
(iss as thero was no insur tanice.
Several soldiers and college slit
lents were here for Thanksgiving.
,iu'tefnanits It. If. Fuller and W. E.
'urner frot ('amp Oglethorpe are
otev for t wd weeks. Benton If. Math.
'Ws of ('amp Sevier and lassell 'Miller
)f Charleston were here for a short
time. Misses Caroline M.\hlews and
I'leatior Dial of Winthrop callege and
lloride Iiiudd of Lander ,were t ie for
Miss 'earl West of Newherry, a
rin' teacier in the Cross 11ill
school, was the week-end guest of
\lrs. Nannie Davenport and family.
\lr. \\. E. Griflin went omir to Due
Wes: on bttsintess the first ,atrt o' lie
M.\;. W. C. Itasor w\ho has ben 0111ite
sitk for a week i t'ry inic hi(i hve,%
ed and able to lie up again.
Mir. and Mirs. li-r t .\itcle l, Re(1v.
.1. Guyt \larlin and brother, liren h'.in.,
of \'e'sItinstet 1ei'r t here for Tallks
Iilin :. They\ 1'1 wer iiting thleir sik
(er. .\rs. .\aode Nolf/.i andi oth1(-r rel
atives. While here Rev. Guy Mart iti
condinetwl 111 se'rvice at the 1ntptisi
-hurch TIimlr>(day mnlinu. mlakina a
r y al l :III' fall: ()ii thie occas, ; l.
.\liss; .\ary hlill w\ho is teaching ntear
.\l-'nriale'. cnae iin 'T'hirsday for a few
days' stab: with her father's famtily.
All hsin's was closed hu'I'Iiu:'day
and the people obse'ved the day in th
hisual vaiousi. w~ays. School w'.as dis
ill'sed" Wedndaiyf1I iuin ilioday. "Iliss
Essle Ia hidson, one0 of ithoe 1aceris
Spilt tie time at hot' home in ClInjt on.
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Ii idd les Otdtield, Dec. :!.- -Miss Al
Ita Williamts and M.\L. I . Ilill wer'e
hai tppitlyt married( Sundayt , D ec. 2nd( at
3 ray (Couirt by Rev. .\telLiin. .\lirs. It ill
Is the dautghter of .1. 1). WillIams atnd
mel (of 0our most. p)opular youn~g girls.
We wish~l themi much~l lihapiness5 durt'ig
.\fr's. J1. 1). WillIams is very ill at
Ibhis wr'itling. Also alirs. J1. M. Todd.
Weo wish them a speedy recovery.
.lr's. P. It. Owens anld childt'en were
thle Sa turdi'ay nIiht guests oif J. S.
Todd~ and1( family.
Some of ourt younig boy5 ha~ve post
jiloed theli' matrtIioial affair's on ac
?lounit of fthe wvar.
.1. 8. Todd anmd Camilily were dinner
guests Sunday at the home of F'. Ei.
We arie sorry to learin of thle Illniess
'f Mi's. SamI Riddle.
.Ati'. andl Airs. -S. E'. kileI havye
maoed to1 iinar Friendship.
OuirI chlioot is imprtiiovinlg nicely. WVp
Imvi~e ra.'isedl Ithe a'nount of %,;d.00 do -
nug thte fiast two weeks to p:'y for' ant
'vrgan thait we' re('entlhy purch~lasedl. We
part in the biox supperwt.
.\'. J1. 0. [~avis of [,aiiiens wans the
'lust .1aturda(ty ntight at thte home11 of
'. It. ('arrewt,
it'll riie anad Elbettl of Ware Shoaho vis
'"f .\l rs. 1E. II. (iarriettI Suniday a ftert'
J .Todd toturchas;ed a now huggy.
Atliso Annie Wrtight, LIdtte I~oward,
J. M. T'odd~, .Ilames0 Todd and E. III.
harrett were in Greenville recently.
rho Quinine That Does Not Affect the Head
ecause of Its tonic and laxative effect, LAXA.
I'IVJR BROMO QUINJNE Is better than ordinary
2ninine and doe, not cause nervousness nor
1nginag ini head. Remember the fuli me and
ofor the signature of it. W. O349E. 30c.
Shopping Early I)
Are Depleted I
. Now has begun the serious
. ' next 17 business days will be
" To KNOW where you wil
- ' intelligence, reliability, fair pr
---how :iuch is that worth to
So today we bring a messa
There were price advantag
" ways shared with Switzer cup
- is the best possible Christmas
mas money do extra duty ha
Table Damask for
. 1 .\/rried 1)anask, blue bor
- der .... .... .. ...... ...75c
Bleached (oItonc Damask . . .35c
'" 72-inch Mercerized1 Damask ..75c
' 72-inch l'nion Linen .. .. ..$1.00
72-i nch all Linen .. .. .. ..$1.25
72-inch all Linen .. .. .. $1.50
, Don't. put of huying Iosiery
- now. (OIm- sine his inl !ooldi sh1ape(. We
* * will sell you lHosiery 11w eheaelr)
than1 I cw a n buyW same by the case,
\'erist rp. Silk 'Iiose, blaek.
tall andl while. worth 75v, at
*.(; . ~only . 50c
- l~r~un n 1141.4e. hhn-a4k and white,
-.0;li11' 1 h-ce1 lined llose .. 25c
:. I ~I II ,xit e S il I II . lac- k
" wrth $1.Ol. only ...... 75c
''iI l ter1 Birw Silk Ilose'. black
' and while. worth .:1.25. at $1.00
Silk ILisle lose. h1h1tek. worth
-- :1e Dcembe !r price . . . . 25c
'in-son Silk Iis 1 losu . black
* fll. w rt1h 75-. inly .. ..50c
- Staple Dry Goods
.\lneh hiigher in (d dayvs- -buy
iinch goo d(1 Sea I Lsl IIe l .. 15
-I :-inth heavy Sheet ing,~ only 18c
27-inich good quality Dreccss (ing
. hamni, sprinig price 25e. only 20c
3inc el)iess (Giigngis. wvorthl
. 0 per yard50P~, onily.... ...23c
- .:1i-inuch Stamb10ird Pel'e;I( ontly 25c
*.1 lot fanley Milk and1( Cot on1
- Stripel anShiigs worth 500h,
Ily.. .. ........ ..40c
.1 :t'-inchi Silk 1Popl in onily . . $1.00
. .'h;-inchel ('ott on Serge. ontl~y . . 25c
-:;-in clh Wool Ser~g.,.. .. ....75c
- ; Ready-to-Wear
* ('onits. Siits, Drtes'ses. .Skirts and1
Watists f'or Chriistmas. Every body
w~ants somiethinig now. We have it
',New IFaill Coats from $1.00,
New Fall Coats from $10.00
1...... ....... ............$30.00
-Skirts, all kinds, sizes tup to 38
1 watist, from .; . ..$6.00 to( $9.00
. $1.25, special .. .... ... 0
. ilk Crepe (1e Cline Waist . . 3.50
F anuey Gteorget te Crepe Waist $5.00
*1 2 ind 1-1, woth .$6.50, spe-.
1 lo colredSateen UnT1der
*.W k re wrh $1 .25, s'jpcial 78c
MS e LAU
..aurens, S. C
mas Stocks and (
preparation for the great wo
for thousands the busiest day
I be best served; to KNOW I
ices and the Stocks that make
you and to everybody?
ge of FULL READINESS for
es in',our early buying, and th
stomers. Shop early in the di
gift to those who serve you.
ve never been finer. BEGIN
Ladies' Kid Gloves for
IDoii't fool yoir. self aboit (Moves
8S we lIi 't get any more. One ald
vice is buy now.
ILadies' White Wash Gloves $1.50
Ladies, Tan, Washable Kid $2.00
Ladies' Ivory \ashable Kid $2.00
Ladies' gray Washable Kid $2.00
Ladies' Iillack Kid Gloves ..$2.00
Dviylair Sets, wool, only . . . .500
Chr~ist ma~s IIaIndlkerchiefs pack:
ed in Ianev boxes.
'!l hoo llIW ori inl rnnev how
for chibirPen, only ..'.. .. 10c
2 I hilker."hiefk inl flaney b)oX.
1'41r \l ise 5... .. .. 1.0c and 15c
.; Illn ldk(r hiefs in fan y box,
.ny . .... .. .. .. .. .. 15c
1 I I4lld ler ghi'rs in fa1ney box,
ly... . .. .. .. .. .. 25c
I !lII kcrchiefi s inl falnelv box.
1n1ly .. .. .. .. .. .. ..35c
;IlandIkerchief's in 'alneyV box,
only .. .. .. .. .. ...50c
'' lland1kerc"hiefIs in fu:ney~ box,
onIy '.. .. .. .. .. .. .. 50c
I; Illand~kercie(fs inI Ifancy boIx,
MIen's l[anid kercef es fromt 5c
Cmrsets wilIlI belimneh higher for
sprinlg. Wve b)onght a large slock
befor'e t hey went uip.
WiarnerI's 1?ust Proof
No. 225, new priec. $1.25,
iow ....... ............$1.00
No. 329, new price $1 .25,
No. 295. ne(w price $2.00,
No. 1 C:1, ne0w price $2.00,
nlow-. ..... .......$1.50
No. ('122, nlew pric~e $2.50,
now.. .... ...... ...$2.00
ProjlaseCt Foronit Lace~ Corset-.
No. .1821 Front Lane Batist $2.50
No. 2024 Front lace Thatist $3.50
No. 1220 Front Lace Batist $3.00
2iisse Union Suiitsi, No. 179,
unblleache~d rib, sizes 4, (6, 8,
10 and 12, worthl 75e, only . . 50c
51uits, worth $1.00, only . . 85o
IC. %. lib [ion -Sits, worthi
$1.00, only .. .... ....8
Inf antii's W'Vraippers, BlenLched,
Inf antll's WXool WVrapper's . . 500
50e, to close' ouit at.. .....25o
RENS, SOUTH CARO
jDo Christmas t
V 'i m Shopping Early
Ahristinas Service .
rld festival---Christmas. The .
s of the whole year. -
where you will find courtesy,
Christmas-gift choosing easy
ese price advantages are al.
iy and early in the month. It '
The chances to make Christ
Shoe Department -
Extra. values in Ladies' Foot
Dull Kid, 8 1-4 inch top . . $6.00
( ray, Ivory and Browns .. $7.50
Dark Brown, cloth top .. . .$5.00
Light Brown, .low heel .. . . $5.00
Dull Kid, low heel .. .. .. $4.00 "'
Gun Metal, low -heel .. .. ..$4.00
Dull Kid, 8 1-4 inch top, French -
he'l .. .. .. .. .. .. .. $4.00
V(iei Button .. .. .. .. .. $3.50
G un Metal iut ton .. .. .. $3.50
Patent. Blucher and Button $3.50 '
top. .. . .. .. .. $3.00 .
P'atuni, e-loith top, 81-4 inch "W
tot) .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$3.00 ,
Iulll Kid. (loth top .. .. ..$2.50
P'ate'nt Button. low -heel .. $2.50
Big lot o' (dd sizes and styles. .
Will sell less than (ost. Ask
to see th(m11.
White Canvas Shoes for La
' dies and Misses
White Boot. S 1-2 inch top $4.00 ,
White Bt low heel .. .. $4.00
Wite 'Hoot, low heel . . . . $3.50*
White Boot, low heel . . . . $3.00,
Wh it e Hoot, 8 1-2 inch top $2.50.
Whit e 1 oot, l ow heel .... ..$2.50 N
Mlisses' Whiite Boots, 8 1-2 to,
'12. .. .. .. .. .. .. ....$1.7E ,
M isses' Wh it e Boot's, 12 1-2 t o*
2 .... ........ .....$2.00 *
*Msses Dull Laen.... .....$3.00
Misses' P'atent White......$3.00 .
Alis';es Patent, 8 1-2 to 12, white.
to . . .... ... ...$2.50 - .
E. ('. Skuuffers, Gun Metal . .$3.00.
Snull sizes in Children's at,
85c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 and $2.00*
Bedroom Slippers for Ladies *,
Pink *Moceasin .. .... .. $12
LaedrMocensin ..... $1.25
Blue Moccasin ...........$1.25
Gray Moccasin .. .......$1.50
Rled, small sizes . . . . 85o nnd $1.00
Extra Special in Men's Shoes
for Christmas Shoppers.
Gun Metail, Button or Laco $4.50
Tain, Button and~ 1ace . . ..$4.50
Tan, Rubber Solo. .. .. ..$4.00 IY.
Gun Met'al Rubbher Sole . $4.00
Big Line U. S. Army Shoes 'j
'Tan, Miunsonm L~at . . ,. . . .. $5.00
TanI Miunson Last . .. .. ..$6.00 .
Boy Scout .... ...... ...$2.50
Boy' Scout.. .... .......$3.00 *.
Menu's Scout .. ...........8.50.
Be~st line Mi~en's Work Shoes
at. . . . . $3.50, $4.00 and $4.50