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Ekom, (Dec. 10.---As there hais been
no news fromt our town in some time
I will give a few liappet ings.
We are glad to report all the sick
of our community -better.
We have had real winter weather for
a few days and our people are killing
hogs nearly every day.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Godfrey and lit
tile daughter Ileeta of .ountain Inn,
are spending a few days with rela
:Miss Jessie C.'uiber tson has accepted
a school near Char ieston, anld has gone
o begin work.
11r. A. It. 'home, 1)r. J. G. Cooper
nd wife spent ThalnksgivIug with
.irs. Cooper's pareints Mir. and irs.
Arnold of I)anlati g. (a., they having
:(ade the trig, inl Mr1. TIhomle's new
Ford. Tiy report a sinlie tinte. Mrs.
Cooper remained mver for a few weeks.
Airs. L. C. Culbertson 111(1 soil Roy
and daughter Dailie, Mrs. *lattie Pitts
.ind littl i i i ter 'Itulth Spent a few
days ia leChtive ; liley and
<: reenlwood recently.
.\lessrs llo y Culhert sin, Dr. Cooper
nid Mhr. Jack Coley miiade a business
1ip to Owings and l-'oiunta in lun last
\liss Lillie C ulbertson spent last
tueek wit h .\Its. Y. .1. nili( rillon and
MIr. ('.Ir! (ulhert:on Mnd tatunity
'.e4nt a~n !l:l.. with their pan-u'ts. \Mr.
a11(d .\ s. I.. ('. Culbertson.
.\lisses liun woody a1(1 Spie's at
tl nded( the Ifener hers lueetling at 1,:lll.
n'11s "at iday,
1n," r.iIte: : ' . linj ui inic i.
Au itr:., .s1 Y. (
i Il' ILk' ".,1 il' ED NEIl'S.'
R'iddiles' O1(d F'ield, Dec. II0.-- 411(
killI ng ('e b11 to h eI.4'I l! orer I of II
day, these cold days..
ir. 11and NMrs. L. ). hill were gue
of J. iD. Wll lams Sunday night.
Alr. and airs. Clear Smith, also .ils:
Annie Wright -were the guests Satunr
day night of *Mr. Smith's parents in
The Infant soil of i. and Mrs. liob
by Riddle died Saturday night and
was buried Sunday at Warrior.
Miss MNittle Cannady visited Miss
Clara (hirrett 'Satur(iay night.
Mr. Lidle iiloward and children
were guests of her sister 'Mrs. .1. 1).
P. II. Owens and .1. I1. ilarrett have
returned home after a two weeks' visit
in Aiken county.
'\lrs. Purchlase' Owens is visiting her
tister, .\lts. W. L. (Garrett.
Tfhei'e will 'be a uasur:ing party and
cake walk held at Riddles Oldileld
on Decemiber 19th, Wednesday. Girls,
don't forget to wvear' your' high heel
'hoes. 'The iublic is invited.
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Rabin, D~e. 10.--Irhe farmers are
very glad to see this cold weather' so
they can kill their nice hogs.
Tihe sijck of the c'ommunlly are slow
We weie sorry for Mrs. Anna West
to leave the community, 'but wvish her
much'l SuICCess lit her hlome~ near' Pop..
Tlhiose wiho atitee the meeting at
Rock 11111 Monday were Rev. W. A
Ilaldwin. MIiss Allio Hlaldwin, Messrs
11o1 Bolt, Anderson Abercrombie and
1 udhe Abercromble.
MIr. 'T. F. Hlabb, Miss All ie Babb, Mr.
hlouston lHalhb and family -wer'e shop1
i ng in Lauren*Cfs Tuesday.
Alirs. 114)1 iHolf visitedt relatives and
friendls in Greeniville last, woeok.
Mriis. Riebecca Owens and Aliss Edna
Owens spent T1h ursday wIth Mrs.
Smith J. Martin.
Miss Cor'a League and mnother' spent
Tuesday with Mirs. JIm Suimerel of
Ilickory Tavern section.
Miss Cola League spent F'riday and
Saturday with Miss IIazei Bolt.
The wedding b~ells are ringing In
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* MUSOE ES
e e a e e e ee e e e e
Muisgrove, Dec. 10.-Cold weather
has reached this part of the world at
last and everybody Is hovering over
a big oak--log fire trying to keep
warm, but It Is almost impossible to
Mr. 6. M. I3enjamin wvent to Green
ville last Wriday to see his father-in
law who Is seriously ill. Mrs. Ben
3 POWER FULFORCES IN 1
The Universal Liquid Remedy
Known as Ironized Paw
WHICH LIFTS AND HOLDS YOU
Greater and greater grows the pub
lie confidence in the new remedy,
Ironized Paw-Paw. Never has such at
demand been created within a few
months. The people have been so ac
cistoted to be dosed with Tablets
that. it was a relief when they turned
to the old-fashioned, honest Liquid
Remedy. compounded on the tried
tonic of beef, iron and wine lines, used
by millions of weak and dyspeptic
'ervous people with the greatest sue
ress for the last fifty years.
Thousands of testimonials have
!er 1neceive(i 1rom1 grat efuI patrons
N) wil ,ever use anything but Iron
.::I l'aw-l'aw in futtre. They have
'title to ttldeirStand that a '(ood Lji
ultill Tnic supcrsedes the hard in
i :1Ible Tablet. as "Electtrj Light"
(o.': the old-fashioned "T. flow dip".
lere is one of the many letters we
are receivi ng daily, al o.' hourly:
I have hest suffering -om indiges
tion, liver an, constip ion troubles,
t-oul not. ge a\refresl ng sleep. Had
tied everything\ recO timlend(led. Tab
h-t.; I could nlevel\ tak a:; they lay too
I heavy on lly stonh('l and did not as
Isimiktie fast enon h, so I tried your
Iipluid Riemedy, Ir t zed I'aw.Paw
e:'un ft uthfully say t tt :lt t tles have
made te forget I e er was ill, Eat
'Iow a: I dlesire, bowels are regular
and ;11y liver acts normally. 'annot
"ive sttili( ent praise t( yotur rmetldy.
You havit n1. good wishes.
I. 1U. It11R1T.3'
:w u\lain St.. Columbia, S. C.
Yole :'tg isf probably sells it. If
inot ym ant always (btain it at ibat
I-'irmalt onl ('very hot Ile. l'rice'
.1. *t. int sitate )rug Co.. tit., New
j:uain kit s h(( 1o en I ter' for somel('t itie.
.\lj :- .'ait F. (teitmn who t.iame froin
C'hi(trn (',lege( to spend1 Tlhanklsgh'v
it1 , V. ilt t'r parteits. .\lr. and .\lis. ).
.\. (,iennt, Iii turne1d to ( l umb111ia laIsi
\lonIay to resume h stildies.
Mr. Ira O. lolt left Saturday for
lasley to visit iis brother, M r. w l Ii
Mr. Downs Glenn and Mr. Guy Ftr
rester Benjamin were business visitor,
in Laurens last Saturday.
Mr. James Bobo was recently at
business visitor in the town of Cross
M1r. .ohn .M.iller of the Prospect
commtttunity was in our midst recently.
Mr. and 'Mrs. Olin J. Bolt were the
week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. T.
W. Barksdale not long since.
Miss Genie Byrd is spending some
time with her sister, iMrs. IlierberI
Martin of near Laurens.
Mrs. Mat tie Clark left last week to
visit her daughter in Cameron, S. V.
Miss Mat tie lolland spent the week
end ill Clinton with homefolks.
.\liss Mittle Holland has gone to the
Columbia State Hospital to be a trained
nurse. We wish her much success in
her new work.
Miss Eva 20o nad Mrs. 0. J. Iolt
wer'e recent. guests of Mtrs. 11111 Antler
son and >Miss Annie Garrette.
Mrt. iLdio Moore and Misses Susie
Henderson and hula Parker sitent
.'Thursday afternoon with IMr. and .1il's.
10. I). Bolt.
-11r. Huigli Myers has r'etiurnied frolln
Virginia, where lie has been workcing
for sonme time.
Miss Itlion Mayo Hobo is tnow work
ing iti Union.
WVe are all very glad to hear that
"Grandma" is about wvell again.
Miss Ruth Myers was in Clinton
Mr. Vernon Myers was on the siek
list last week.
Miss 'Ruth Bolt has been suffering
with lher tonsils again.
'Rev. and Mr-s. .. RI. Williams and
children -wet-e Sunday night guests of
'Mr. and 'Mrs. L. T. Blenjamnin.
NOTICE 01" ANNUAL, ME~ETIN(A.
Notice is hierc~y given thait 'the
next Annual Meetiing of the County
Board of Commissioners of Laurendts
Counity, S. C., will be holdoen at Lau
rens Court fHoulse, S. C., pt the Super
visor's off1ee ot ''Thur.-dlay after' the
iirst Monday ofi Janu i'y, 1918, being
the 10th (lay of t c im ntht, at thte hour
of teni o'clock in~ th forenoon.
All persons hM1d ig claims or' de
manttds of any kin against. the couin
ty, not previous( ipresenited to thle
Bioai'd, ar'e herby notiil and rittiir
edl to fIle same 'ithi the Clerk of the
Hoard on or b or~e the first day of
Januar'y, so tha they may lie ordered
to 1)0 paid at thec annual meetIng, as
providedl by law.
Done at. Laurecns, S. C., D~eember
J. 1). NOCK,
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Maddlen, Dec. 11i.-Cold wveather has
struck us in earnest. To those who
were caught without fuel it. is indeed
hard. Thait la one blessinig farmer
folks have never appreciated-the big
wVoodliC and the comnfor't afforded. We
sit by a blazing fire, while part of the
chiiduou study and two argutfy strenl
uously whether Mr. Hix said today it
was 15 above or 15 below zero!
Misses Harris and W kirkmnan visit
ed New Prospect school Wednesday af
tormoon. Miss Harris was stressing
the importance of canning and pig
clubs while Miss Workman delighted
the children with an Uncle Remus
.lohn Moore Hudgens, who has been
at work at aviation camp, near New
port News, has arrived home for the
Mr. 'P. iH. 'Martin, of Atlanta, Alias
Juanita and Ryan Martin of Knoxville
are expected in the latter part of the
week for their annual home-coming.
The men of the neighborhood are to
meet for a working at the home of
Mrs. May Madden Tuesday.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Claude Finley
a girl on Dec. 4th.
Mir. and Mrs. .lohn Putnam of Lau
rens were visitors recently at the home
of their grandparents, .Mr. and Mrs.
.1. 1t. Finley. Mr. Putnam came out
for a day of -hunting.
Mr. Miller lrown was to leave Mon
day for service In the navy. We wish
our boys well as they go forth in their
Owings to the extreme coin weather
and the roughness of roads in get
/ , t;/i/ /
which it affo
~~ he New~Edd
their ss, alt
pfic s, the
in stock and
may 'st yo
ting the Edison out the sacred concert
that was to be hold by the 1. Y. P. U.
ta Prospect was postponed till next
Sunday night when we hope to have
ai pleasant night..
Mr. Lee Langston of McCormick,
who is to move to (loyds Cross Roads
was up hauling his corn. He had a
carload shipped up last week. His
City and Farm I
We have some farms for
For Real Estate see
Mr. J. S. Machen
You Think of Anything
and All Members of the
the many evenings of pleas
around this magnificent insti
h the New Edison sells at a
is manufactured and sold at
sotha Edison Laboratorie
tely than ay of the talk
6 e tgllig'hmchine po
dison iboratories havesjto<
these will be sold to those 'a
ii your biggest Christmas ple
brother came down from, Trinity
Ridge to help 'him,.
Mr. J. Dennis Culbertson and Mr. J.
A. Wofford encountered bad weather
in harvesting their 'Irish potatoes. We
trust they shall not lose many of them.
Rev. Mr. Williams gave us a good
sermon from the text "Give and it
shall be given unto you". Owing to
Sale In s
r erty of all kin<
d Health, A
sale; from 25 acres up---will
rite or see us if interested in
hat Would Please the Wi
Family Better Than
With a Soul
ure for all members of the fa
'ument and hear the wonderfi
Somewhat higher price than
a smaller percentage of profit
have felt the increasing cosl
mn~rachine nmih cturers.
opl bave qute tr~ia
a have a limited number of ni
'ho make quick decisions. H<
the cold afternoon the congregation
Harold Culbertson, the young son
of Mr. :B. Y. Culbertson has been on
the sick list for the past week. We
hope he will soon be better.
We .wish to thank Mr. Linwood Mar
tin for a recent whuch appreciated
act of kindness.
is--Fire, Life, Tornado,
ccident & Automobile
sell same to suit purcha
'C O For insurance see
* Mr. J. F. Tolbert
?si tat ion
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