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Madden, Nov. 2.-For the many f
lessings that have coiue to us in thin s(
year of the lord '11)9, let its all give l
gratefli thank:, In two hoies; in ou11' ;a
comiutnit y there is peculiar joy. In
ihe home0 of .\ r. and .\l rs. T. S. Lang
ston at this 'T'hainksgiving-tide are I) .
and M.\rs. A. It. .Langstol and two chit
dren of IBrazil. In the home of Mr. Io
and 'Mrs. Wiss .artin is their son,
Filoydl MartIn, rcently returined fronm
overseas. -\liss n stelle, the (laughter
at \\ilthrop will join them and so I
these two reunited families will spend
the day with great joy.
Ilfe is alternately nunshine and t
shadow. While we were rejoicing ov
er the return of these loved people, the
shadow of death fell across two other
'Mr. and \i rs. 'Leonard lost their ba
by hoy after a short illness of pneu
moilnia. The little h(dy was taken to
Reidville for burial Friday afternoon.
.\ll that wa.i mortal of Mlrs. Lena C.
Ilrown u was laid to rest in P'ros;et
cemetery Satitrday at 12 otclock. She
died after a lingering illnes;s of 1
moiths of painful sutYering. The dens
est sympathy of tIh en Itir' neilgh)or
hood go out to sluese two families in
\1r. .1. A. \offord who has 1been
sick for sttiite awhile was s( ntuch
worse Sunday iight that. the doctor
was called in. Ie is resting t'asietr
now and hopes to be better soon.
.\rs. Lueia (tulbertson is also not so
wiel, We trust that both may soon
be restored to usual beatth.
Quite a large crowd attended ser
vices at 'rospect Sunday. Our itoilr
ininute speaker for the service was
Nliss Effie Walker of Lucas Avenue.
We have enjoyed these short. specches
from memniers of other churches.
.\l s. Nannie Babb and Mr. Drayton
Mahaffey of First I ,aurens were with
us the Sunday before. They all iiaide
Laittle Miss eta Culhertson was
ho ess to a crowd of her friends Sti
day for dinner. Those who went home
with her from chnrch were lism
.\aude Valker, l"rances \ihna and
Sadie Finley and Maude \Vol'ord.
They greatly enjoyed the good dinner.
The spond-the-day guests and tie
callers at the hoim of Mr. and Iis.
T. S. Lanse;:ton Sanday: were 1)r. and
.\Irs. .A. It. I aang~ston. .\Mr. W. It. Ii ud
gens and children, \lrs. Fannie .Moor-.
Mlessrs. C. A. and W. S. Power and
Miss Eulite, M'r. and Mrs. N. L. Lan.
ston and Mirs. Bess Shaw, and \it. and
MIrs. J. C. Byrd, .lr., and mother.
- Mr. and Mrs. Perry Finley and chi
dren and Mir. C. P. Finley were tl<
guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. I
Mrs. Della Cunningham, of MIt
Pleasant, spent the week..dnd pvitl
her daughter, '.\Mrs. G. It. Finley.
'Mr. and 3i's. W'. C. hlyrdI, .1 i., an<
sons, Ileni'y D~owns and little 13iily
and Mi's. Ilird, Si'., were callers Sun
tay afternoon at the hionie of i's. II
IFriienids of M~rs. .\ay' .\ladden wil
be glad to know she in td(eiciy het
teri. S he spent Saturdauy night wit
her' sister, Mirs. .1. A. Wofior'd andt Stin
day with i.\i is. . onephiniie .\art in.
..it's. Te.iinnl Caicutt , of Chiatles toi
Ihan been on a visi t to lieu' motheri. .\it:
'ora Mladden., let' fiendtts were' -ha
to se'e her' looking so welt.
.\lisse's .\hyra andit .\at ie Sue W~offoi
are expec(tedi ini fromi W\introi (u 'o
h '-w to sien:l Tlhiangiving with the
.\lr. adt .\lr:. 'Tom I. ('ulbertsoni W
guesis Sunaytj of thiri fathler, " air.
'The folloiwing in a lit of' thle onm
ot' puisi~ muaking aii avera;oe ofi fro
eiiioiin: nc.' I hien i sho
the( month heX .i .in 'ho'- . 'Io,.
Gr lae. .\ve -Renio'co.
Grlhae Seven -. ten el I heek. 1"
Griadie One-MNarguerite Jones, NI
('ox, Oiiau lhi'ady, Itufus Smuini.
('ck 'G('n: Smith.
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NOTICE OF ELECTION. w
tate of South Carolina,
County of Laurens. i
Whereas, petitions signed by a legal e
uimber of the (Iualilfied electors and h
ee-holders residing in Cross '11111 s
-hool district No. 3, Laurens county, o
)uti Carolina, asking for an riCe- .
on i:'.t the quiestion of voting an
iditional 1 niill tax upon the proper
in sa id dchool district, to be Used
t' 'sh: ;Ir):w have been tiled
hh 11he, county board of edueation,
ni election is h rehy ordered upon
aid Puestion. :;aids election to be held
nt the I:lth day of December, 1911, at
pIrin1 (-rove schoo! -building in said
ist rit, 1111(1(1' tile managenent of the
ruste(es of sa1 id school district.
Only such I('elctos as return real or
ersonaly property for taxation and
rho exhibit Iheir tax receipts and reg
stration cerliileates as required in
he general election shall be allowed
Those favoring the -1 mill additional
ax shall vote a ballot containing the
where in scientifica
sealed packages of
c I cigarettes or ten par
aes (200 cigarett
in a glassine-pap
covered carton. 1
this carton for I
home or ollice supj
or when you trav
R. J. Reynolds Tobacco
Winston slnr4. N. C
ord "YIDS" 'written or printed there- s
i. Those against the 4 miil addi
onal tax shall vote a ballot contain
ig the word "NO" written or print- o
I thereon. Polls shall open. at the a
aur of 8 o'clock in the forenooni and t
iall.remain open until the hour of .1
clock in the afternoon when they l I
The rewel ord Vam1 \,Iliver,
Forty hlls akI >Ound ; 41; >
no boll1 wVe'vil.h
winds. Ecarl ire t gh. A t
\;I s(eed ginned'c and (1etil l
origilatedt iis wonderiu (.)ct t(
11P0111 y'otIr own stae. Ulleeisl
CA ME LS are the most refrc
. ever smokc ad! Put all yot
n,. then buv some Camels, give th
20 for your ow.n satisfaction th)
1- body and in many other delij
- class by themseves!
eCamel' are an expert blend
Domestic tobaccos. You'll not
,y kind of tobacco smoked strai!
e1! remarkable full..bodied-mnildr
Co. flavor it provides! Camels ar
Ca:mels wvin you in so man
permit you to smoke lib(
tate~ but leave no unplease r
pleasant ci;aretty odorl
Com pare Cam111e!s V
v in the world at any
. pre: fer Cam c(e! quc:al;
coupons or gifts!
3?I 00,0 o e Ioa
orashes, wieth glow cin
venrours ona gat llon
isy easilby foe ild c \lani
wickdy ols and ayohrIl
Indisenale n er ln
Aktddkindo tobcurit moild gri
su.lavor it roudeCamlers.
Wnanto n uLIM oEma.
Nor it va. tosok i
Ricond Va an nlaa
pleaant ij~aettyodoI t
o........pn!r aml ua
hall he closed, and the ballots count
The trustees shall report the result
f the election to the county auditor
nd couity superintendeni of educa
ion wVithin tenl days thereafter.
'it. 'T. 'W If ON. Su pt.
: By order of 'ounty hoard.
s II -.\VY 1 1. l'I'liT (ottot
:'r een t lint: 1 1-8 inch staple ;
h-Fti-eie. Iesist" drott; and
itioni tii: Beats the boll weevil.
1 o1r priva. imuaelinery. \Vo
mI. Write f1or 'acl t anid Jproof's
iriee (In seCi for early delivery.
shing, satisfying cigarette you
r cigarette desires in a bunch,
em every taste-test and know
at in quality, flavor, smooth
phtful ways Camels are in a
of choice Turkish and choice
only prefer this blend to either
ght, but you'll appreciate the
csa ar.d smooth, refreshing
e a cigarette revelation!
, new ways! They not only
ra!ly without tiring your
t cigaretty aftertaste or un
ith any cigarette
ty to premiums, -
s used for
e in over
r heat for
of oil. It
d and re
es best re
CharIotte, N. C.
Chearestonl, S. C.