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* DIALS NEWS. *
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Dials, Nov. 1.-The -school at this
place opened Mlonday morning, Nov.
3rd, with liss ('eil Owings princi
Pal and Miss Alva Stoddard as pri
llaly teacher. The attendance was
large, and under such a strong corps
of teachers the friends and patrons
feel sure there will be a continuation
of tie success that mnarked the school
work last term, this being Nl iss Ow
ings' second tern at Dials and whi ile
It is Aliss Stoddlard's first, she conmes
well recomillended, so the prospect
coul1d hardlty he o ther than b right for
the corning session.
Miss .\lattie Sinmnons. of Creceville,
was the wi eek-end guest of her mother,
Airs. II. Y. Simmi ioins.
.\Ir. andl is. .1ulius (iurry. Miss Lou
ise and Alaster Gene (r'i'ry, were the
guests Saturday night of .\Mr. and .\lrs.
AIiss I'earl Ilenderson, w ho is at
llnding Limestone C'ollege, Gaffntey,
spent. the week-end with her parents
. ar. Marvin Iiarris. of Charleston,
is enjoyiig a ten-days visit with his
parents. .\lr. and .Mirs. I). I ll). arris.
'.\Miss I illy h'liomiason returned to
Warrior Sunday afternoon. after
spending the week-enl with homiefolks
Mr. I. M. Owings, who is teaching
school near lIlendersoiville, aeeom
panied by his friend, .\I1r. Guess, of
Tlig;ersville, Spent several days here
re'etly.v the 11(st of homnefolks.
irs. \lec. .\l(i all and .Miss ('ara
.\l('all spent sieviral days last week
w'.ithI relatives in G;reenv 'let.
.r. and .\rvs. I'iinist Armst ron,' . of
l"i iutain ln. were Sunday visitors of
.r. lliunk ('uirry and famiy.
.liss Olivia Curry is siuninigi. solie
Ilime in Iigeisville, the guest of ier
nepihe-w, .\l r. 1. .\l Owings.
.\lr. .ames loterson, who has been
malking his home in South Georgia,
for Some time, is spending a while with
his mother, AIrs. 1 izzi Roberson and
other relatives here.
Mr. James Graydon, a local preach
e', occu0pied the pulpit. at. )ials Sun
day morning, preaching to a fairly
good audience. NIMr. Graydon's ser
mon denoted much preparation and
was enjoyed by all present.
The pastor, the Rev. M. M. Brooks,
was not present, being in attendance
at the sessions of the I'pper South
Carolina Conference, which convened
in Greenwood. MIr. Brooks carried
with hiim one of the best reports in
the history oftbe charge and while he
has only been on this circuit a year.
he has made many friends and it is
the wish of all that he be returned to
Complete the four-year limit.
Quite a number from this place
"took in" the Spartalnurg Fair Wed
nesday and 'Thursday of last week.
They report that all the exhibits and
attractions were of the best.
The Floral Show at Owings Friday.
wvas largely at tended biy till pleiI of
this commiiliunity. While thei flowers
weie 110t as imany atnil as tille as inl ot h
or yieai's (owing to flhe dry weathliir,
they nev'erthele1 iss, madiie a br'ave dis
lilay anld the dinner ser'vd by thle ha
(lies was all that on1e cotild 'wish.
TPhe membersh~l of Ithe Juiior' Missionl
ary S"ociety met. with .\lasteir Jamnie
Hfellams Saturday afternoon, Nov. 1st.
A most5 enjoyabl ' timie wvas splent by3
all the little folks in attendanc. AMrs.
Rloppi, lady managei', was pre'(senlt, and
biy suphervising thie social parit of the
program, as welt as the buisiness, to
thle dii'lliht oh' all, added to the(
thor'oulgh enjoymenlt of each lIIttle 1b0y
andi gill hiresent.
* LANI-'Ol~I NEWlS. *
Lanfoi'd, Nov. iiu.--Iev. WV. M. Mill1er
Mirs. Stella I omuarI, NIessirs. L.M Can
non and C. h. W\ald rep representing
the Methodist C'hurch, arie at Green
wood attending thle aiiinnua session of
thle T ' per' SoiuthI ('aro'lina ('onlferience.
Miiss Nor'a (Caiinon gave ihn' school
a hioliday Friday and they all enjoyed
the Spai'tanbur'g Fali'.
Nh'. .Johin Harmon, Mr'. and Mrts. C.
L. WValdroep, Mr. and Mr's. J. W. Johni
son, 'Mr'. -C. C. Cox and Mi'. J1 T. Piur
gess and other1s from here, took in the
fali' anld show during the wveek.
'Messr's. H-arriy (McAlister' and Ellis
of Lauriens c'aime by andl Misses fluthl
MicAlister, Lraur'a DeShlelds anid Othel
lo .Johnsoni accomplanIed th1em to
SpartLanhur'g to attend the cli'cus.
Recv. J1. R. WIllIams was up Satuir
day afternoon to comiplete the ar
rangements for the teamls In the gieat
dive nowv on In the Hapti1st churichi.
And It was a great shock as well as a
suirpise to hear' thait he had r'esigned
hIs pastor'ate hier'e. We dlon't knowv
whlat Is foi' fthe b)st, hut feel surie we
wold be so glad to) have ihim lonlger,
as our pastor', for lie anid famIly lie'.e
gr'eatly endeared themselves to hIs
Ipeople, who regr'et to give themi up
i- i r. -B xter DoShields, of Spartan
burg, is at home with his parents, I
ecuperating from a recent spell of o
iMiss Fay 1)eShields, of Spartan-burg, c
pent the week-end with her sister, t
1iss Laura DeShilcds.
Miss Grace DleShields, of Lander col
ege, spent. Sunday with Mr. and 'Mrs. t
Mirs. C. . W1aldrep, Mirs. Wilie F'ow
er, .\lisses DeShillds and Miss l'aul
ne Waldrep attended the teachers'
neeling Saturday, at Laurens.
Mirs. Iharper Higgins, og ion, is
pending a few days with Mr. and Mirs. C
'1'ie announcement of the engage
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D O~ ~ (vti' l
t :i ", .',y
tent and the. approaching marriage
f Miss Fredyc Othello Johnson to Mr.
ohn A. Payne, of Greenwood, will be
f much interest to 'their many friends,
he marriage to take place Wednesday,
lov. 12th, at the home of the bride.
Mr. and Airs. 1,rnest Gaultt spent
lie week-end with Air. and Mrs. J. B.
V'Uliams. They all motored down to
linton Sunday to see their sister,
Irs. Sara Nelson and her two little
h ildren, 1 iavard . and Lamar, who
ere sick in the Orphanage.
ir. Aubrey Wilburn and family, of
union, sipent Sunday with his nephew,
1i'. J. T. Tlobo.
Alisses Lollise and Lillie Wolfe, and
prings of Overland 4, by
onstruction and design, pr
igers from ordinary road j
twisting swaying and i
erfully lessened. The b
seldom reach you. Thier
to bodily fatigue after lo
he springs of Overland
ids of a 130-inch Springi
comfort and road stead
ossible only with cars of
nd great weight, yet Over]
,ht weight and economy
brother, Paul Wolfe, with two of their h
friends from Anderson, were visitors a
In their home community Sunday and
were the guests of 'Mrs. J. T. Burgess o
and Miss Ollie May Taylor. b
. 11. 1. Johnson is the first this
season, to kill a line porker. O
NOTICE OF LOST STOCK.
State of South Carolina,
County of Laurens.
Notice is hereby given that Certifi- A1
mate No. 105 for one (1) share of the
Second Preferred Stock of Watts Mills, A
vat'ts Mills, S. C., of the par value of
$1.00.00, issuted on the 13th day of it
March, 1916, to Harriet J. Mlacyr, has p
beei l)st or destroyed, and cannot be I
ttt... . . . . .
their special the car froi
otect car and blows. T
:lts. Bump- upkeep co
ribratin are .qii
ilows o ithe andqomu
e is less ten-- adcm
ig rides. Lighting ti
I attached at 250,00
>ase give the strength ar
iness hereto- of record.
long wheel- See 0
and 4 retains Ask for ho,
Ldvantages of Roadster,
Prices f. 0.
)N OVERLAND CC
>und, and that the undersigned wil
pply to the said Watts Mill Company
t Its place of business, at Laurons, S
., on the 20th day of Nov., 1919, at 1(
clock A. M., for a new certificate t(
D Issued in lieu of said lost certiilcate
MRR lARI'lIET J.'31AY0R
ct. 15, 1919. 15-4t-,A
Late of South Carolina,
County of Laurens.
IN COIJRT OF COMMON PLIJA'S..
S. Bailey & Son, Plaintiff,
ndrew Fuller, 1)efen Int.
Pursuant to a 'Decrc the Court
the above stated cas , I will. sell al
ablic outcry to the highest bidder, a
aurens C. ll., S. C., on Salesday it
-Point Cantilever Sprin
ni the hammering and w<
hey lengthen its life ar
ment of Overland 4 is d<
ete from Auto-Lite Sta
0 miles of test have
id endurance of this car
verland 4 at the first opj
klet. Overland 4 Touri
9845; Coupe. $1325; Sedi
December next, being .Monday the 1st
day of the month, during the legal
hours for such sales, the following de
scribed .property, to wit:
All that lot, piece or parcel of land
being and situate in the town of Clin
ton, County and State aforesaid, hav
ing the following metes and bounds,
48 feet by 90 feet, and being known
as lot from and bou ded by lots of
Lawson Sat crwhi y Alfred Barnes
and anothc tojf Andrew Fuller,
known as 1 . o. 13.
Terms of Sale: cash. Purchaser to
pay for papers, stamps and recording.
If the terms of sale are not complied
with, the land to be re-sold on same
or some subscruent 'Salesday on same
terms, at risk of former purchaser.
C. A. POWER,
C. C. C. P. &. C. S., L1aurens, S. C.
Dated, this Nov. 7, 1119. 17-31.-A
:ar of road