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CHEAP FARES GLANTED I
FOR TEACI[ERS' MEETING t
Protran Being Worked Out for An. I
nual Teachers' Meeting in Colum. c
Rock Hill, Oct. 16.-R. C. Burts, 0
Secretary of lte State Teachers' Asso
clation of South Carolina ha! just re- fl
ceived instructions from V. J. Craig, N
chairman of the Southern Passenger i
Traille ComrriCtec In Atanta advising
that sicia' ratL-i will apply fromt all r
points in -South -Carolina for the State C
Teachers' Association to be held In f
Columbia, Nov. 27th to 29th, 1919. ']
Teacetrs will buy their tickets at $
their hom',e ticket onices. huying nor
Ital on(-wa." fa-r* and uton tickets 4
beling I'roloa.rly valIdated In Columbia,
the lea 1(-r., wil . e Foid a t'et-et for
retu ifor onie third of the normal
one-way fare. This concession by the
railroads 'will mean a great deal to
tenchers in attendanen and will no
doubt induce imany teachers to attelld.
The recommendation of the State
Board of Education that teachers he
given holiday on Friday, Nov. 28th in
o'rder to att(n( the meeting of the As
sociation, should be presented to the
lw'. l'oa i'd for action. It Is v ,ry 1
m portant hat he eachers of the
State come together in large num
hers this fall, as It has not been Pos
sile to luid a meeting since 1917.
Sev rl c1i the Departtent Presl
dents have already sett In their pro
gams to Dr. J. P. Kinard, president
or the A!s oclation. and these, together
witi the general programn, 1will go to
tile pros.- \ itidn a few days. About tte'
10th of No iemblter programsi and other
"Pape's Diapepsin" makes
feel fine at once!
Titttumps of undigested food causing
pain. When your stomach Is acid,
and is gass.V, sour or you have heart
hurn , flatnlence, headache or dyspep
sia, lere Is speedy relief-no waiting.
'Eat a tablet or two of Pape's Dia
pepsin and instantly Your stomach
feels fine. All the indigestion pain,
gases, acidity and misery in the stom
ach caused by acidity ends.
Pape's Diapepsin tablets cost little
at any drug store but there is no sur
er or quicker stomach antacid known.
i will b
rformation will be mailed to the
aeher ( of the State.
The Arrangement Committee, In Co
nbla, are organizing for taking
,re of all the details of the meeting.
n attractive musical program will be
le of the features of the meeting.
The departments 'will hold their
rst meeting on Thursday afternoon,
ov. 27th and the first general moet
ig will be on the evening of the 27th.
Meathrs.ihip in the Association Is re
ewed each year by the payment of I
lie annual dues. These membership
Pes should be sent to W. E. Black,
'reas., Lexington, S. C. The fee is
1.00 for men and 50e for ladies.
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OWINOS NEWS. *
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Owings, Oct. 20.-'he first lyceum
Itraction if the season will be given
n I he school auditoriumn of the Gray
ourt-Owings school Saturday even
ng, O-.. 25t. We are fortunate in se
uil ng the Itedpath attraction for our
chool lyceum and because of their
plendid entertainments pussure the
mbliIc that a treat is in store for them
aturday evening swlen the iRich
Verno Entertainers, featuring songs
nd Imipersonat lonli make tleir first
ppearan(ce On our1 school lyceum.
On October 16th Miss Nannile Cox,
)f the Friendship community, and Mr.
. Marion 3ryson, of Owings were
arried In Il nurens. They are spend
ng a few (ays in Columbia. We are
:lad they will east their lot in ou1r
nidst and a hearty welcome awaits
hem. Birs. Iiryson has. by her sweet
vinning ways, been a favorite with
le young people of her community.
.lr. lirvson is one of the community's
'oung busin5ess in and has just re
lurnued from service in the ariny. We
leartily con rat ulate them and give
them our best wishes for a long, hap
py amui prosperou)s life.
Don't forget lie date of the Floral
Show-Nov. 7th. slhe annual tloral
show will be giveg in the chapel. As
usual, a good turkey dinner will be
A boy was in teo net of takIng a
short rotid tihrough n plowed field,
when the frmer, 4bserving him, shout
ed: "Ill. thlere's n rond there !" The
boy turned aromud, and, feelIng thot ns
twenty yards lay het ween him al his
Irate aceuser he was safe, coolly re
plied: "So I see; but you need not
trouble to make one. I shall not come
back this way !"
ave to arrive S
sand are as
are sound and
ilkers I have
f Enterprise Ba
WVhcreas ouir Heavenly Father, in
lis Infinite wisdom, has seen fit to
emove from our midst, our dear Sis
er and faithful co-worker, Mrs. Lou
lughes, who departed this life August
st, we the members of the W. M. U. of
he Warrior Creek church offer the
iirst, iat we feel deeply our great
oss in the death of our sister, who
vas so earliest and faith1ftul In her
Vork among us.
-Secold, That we recognize the right
>f (od to call one of Ills children u11n
o iimself whenever lie wills.
Tihird, That 'while we grieve that
dhe is no longer with us, we humbly
0oiw in submission to ai all-wise
lFouirth, That a copy of these resolti
ions be sent to the bereaved husband
ind to tile coitiy papers for puiblica
FifthI, That we edileate a page in
-)Ir inuinn te book to the memory of our'
.\lIRS. Il*3'l' I '] Oll'Ic 'tSON,
MRlS. NORlA GWINN,
"Flriendily Fieies" a World-Famed
('4hmedy at Operi Ilouse 'I'h Irsdaiy.
A. If. Woods, the famous theatrical
iiia'nager. whose product ion of
"Fiendly l'nemiires," the int ernatilonal
coiledy success, will he preseiiled at
lie Opera louse oil ''lh u1 isday night,
October 23, for an engagem ent. of
one nigtl, ieceily vetIurn-Ied frot a
trip to rLondon, whre he preseinted
"Frieidly Inemis". The success of
Ile play in the English allital is onw
a miiatIter of history. )uring his stay
therf. Mr. \oods mei(t the king anld
liel of Eniglanod and l the illeuen of
"Frienldly Enemie's" was the first
play which the king saw after thr
signing of iie armistice, says i\lr
WV0oods, "aind I was eager to see low
Ie would respond to it. lie laighed
'o1ntiually and every ille lie lalght(
his dress shirt struck Mhe railing o1
the box 1which was evidently none to(
clean. Vith every hump a strie1 01
dust remaIned on thlie shirt so thal
at the end of the play the royal breas
looked like a zebra.''-Adv.
Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days
Druggists refund money If PAZO OINTMENT fall
to cure Itching, Bind, Bleeding or Protruding Pie!
last.n tly rciicve3 1ch,!ng Pilei. and you cna g
aturday a car
11l of these has
pretty as can
in good condti
)D STOCK }
* "THE LIFE OF A TRACTIOt." *
John and 'Mary bought a tractor,
John cranked up and LMary backed her.
Now they plow both day and night
Beats a mule team out of sight.
They plow the fields, deeper, faster;
The mules have holidays in pasture.
Quickly their fields are ready to plant,
Tractor isn't. tired--doesn't even pant.
In rainy days it drives tihe grinder;
When wheat Is ripe, IL pulls the
It sows tile peas and threshes iwheat,
For all such jobs It cai't be beat.
When winer comes it tins the saw.
While mutiles stand up and eat and
Eats kerosene insteld of ('Oirn,
Was fill I growl'n up lthe day 'twas born.
But every sweet mn ust h-ive its hitter;
This will happen to every critter:
Tr''a(tor' IIoke' doiwi, and John he
ilar1y stoo( 'roiln( and loudly fussed.
John looked at engine. clutch'1 and
Ma riy boilled over and shed some tears.
John was patient and looked very wise,
So Mary felt btoter and d(rled her eyes.
FinallV they looked in the gasoiln,
And found it empty Vs -1 "wildcnt
Nov. their tractor's happily fixed again.
An1d has iven no troitble since the
ILord knows When.
Spartalibiur. S. C.
(u iilckl 1Eniided by a Pleasanif Illeali nir
Antiseptic Air. ,ist reathe it.
The liteii hard ru bber IIyoii In
hal:epr which you can get at L~urens
I)rlmu, Co. or any reliable dlriggist can
vasily h carried in pocket or 111i tse. ItI
will lst a lif tlime.
i1io In this inhaler you polul a ftwi\
drops of tIe pure healing oil of Ily
This oil is absorbi'd by tie an tise p
tic gaize within and now you are
ready to breathe it in ov'r i tc getir
infesdmemrlanewiJ it WII will
speedily begIn its of balisling
catarrhal gerims ail? endcl inug Catarr'h.
11yomei is made of Aiustraliani eucalyp
tls coin Ined Withi other ant iseptics
and Is very pleasalt to breathe.
it Is guaranteed to banish catarrh,
bronchitis, influenza, tonsilitis. sore
thlroat, croup, coughs and colds or
money back. It often cleans out a
stuffed up1 head and opens clogged
nostrils In two minutes.
Complete outtit, Including inhaler
and one bottle of Hfyomel. costs but lit
tIe, while extra hottles, if afterward
needed. may be obtained at any drug
gist for a few cents.
of Mules, a ca:
e been personal
be found any
n to work. Th<
and will givi
ET RIGHT P]
per lb. E
s, $1.10 per bushel.
11 varieties of Field and Vegetable
inter planting. E
)ure, fresh and reliable, our prices
is prompt and courteous. D
trleston, S. C.
money around in your pocket, or
e, it can leak away and when it
-Ist ir,- the balance and "blow'' it
vagance:- nd it is gone.
le b~ank YOU can't spend iti or l.end
interest in it will make it gfrow.
our best friend. Have it safe in
4 per cent. interest.
IR bank YOUR bank.
ye it can theyan hni
mu. helanc and "lw i
iso e N f ithisn ne
SnC. Hav e r i safe
4nt prCn r inteet
Crimson Clover, 13c
Texas Rust-Proof Oal
We can Supply 1i
E Seeds for Fall and I
Our stocks are I
are right, our service
Fire cant bt
c ant get~
when it is
If you carry your
keep it in the hou.
does, you'll lose interi
for some foolish extr
if you put it in ti
it so easily and your
kW..gYour money is y
N. B. DIAL, Presidet
r of Horses
ly selected b,
e Cows are
e the milk