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* ENOREE NEWS. *
Enoree, Sept. 1I.-The harvest is
passed and the summer Is ended, amid
We are now looking, not backward
but to the closlng-days of the present
year. Great dayg, these, when we be
gin to see the work of our hands, the
fields groaning with the burden of the
ripening fruit, the glineries being re
fitted for efficiency and dis;atch, bank
ers getting their promissory notes in
line, farmers and business nen begin
ning to anticipate the gentle remind
ers, warehousemen preparin-g recop
tacles for the undervalued cotton. All
these things, and a .thou3and others,
with -vhich the mind is preoccupied
practically debar any serious consid
cration. of the better self; hence we
have over-nworked brains, overworked
bodies, nervous depression, nervous
prostraticon, somctimes; a Collapse of
FOR PROMPT RELIEF TAKE
2 TABLETS WITH A GLASS
OP WATER THREE TIMES
DAILY AFTER MEALS.
ITAON M~ AAIS"4 0B~Y~C
INJURE TNE HEART
Georgia Lady, Worn-out c
Was Helped by.
HE personal experience of Mirs.
Nanie Philtips, of Powder
Springs, Ga., is printed below in
her own words:
"I was in a worn-out condition. My
stomach was out of ordcr. I didnA't
sleep well. I was tired all the tiPe.
I couldn't half eat, and didn't r'est
well at night.
"I would get out of heart and blue.
I would feel like I was going to be
down In bed. Yet I .kept dragging
S~ a #ackae
So Does the
mental and physical forces, and not
infrequently a shrivelled npirituality,
Oh! .wbat a rapid rate we are staging.
Somebody has said, "We are on rub
ber and racing with the wind." We
wonder how long the world can stand
the acelerated speed?" "It is not all
of life to live, nor the nwhole of death
10noree is keeping pace with the re
mainder of the world.
The' school here will resume its
work on Monday, the 13th, (unlucky
day) with the following corps of
.tachers: namely, Miss Ibunice F. Wil
son, of Blacksburg, as principal; Miss
Nannie Todd, of Lancaster; Miss Hat
tie Michelberger, of Laurens; Miss 0d
na Brooker and Miss Gertruide Brook
er, of Sawansea; Miss Naomi Derrick,
of Lancaster, Miss Laura Kerr, of
Bradley, and one to be su)J)plied.
Mrs. R. L. MeLees, of Clinton. will
preside at the "Teachers' Cottage'
again, while Mrs. Robert. Grahaim, nee
Snyder, will have charge of the :wel
fare work. All the above teachers are
new to us excciI)t Miss Derrick, who
has served us for two previous years,
iut 'they a-l come highly recommend
ed, and we have no fear for their sue
(Css. The management of the mill,
the practical head of the school, is
most considerate for the welfare of
the teachers. sparing neither *money
not pains -to make the school a sue
Rcviva l services will begin in the
Met.hodist Church at Inoree on the
third Sunday morning in September,
Rev. R. L. Keaton, of Pacolet will as
sist the pastor, by doing the preach
Ing and Mr.'James 13. Meravy. of L.1t.
rens, by leading the music.
The fourth qluarterly conference, of
the IEnoree charge will be held here
on Monday morning, the 20th inst. Pre
siding EIlder Jones will ireach here
Sunday evening, fihe 19th inst. The
Iastor, Rev. .1. T. Miller, is finishing
his quadrennium here and will gc
elsewhere after the annual conference,
Out of Heart
rnd Tired, Tells How She
,7iron Iron Tonic.
"We heard of Ziron, and from what
I read, I was sure it wouldn't hurt me,
if it didn't help me. But after taking
it, I found it really helped me, and I
sent back for more. I ate better, felt
much rtronger. I am sure Ziron is
a splendid tonic."
Many people, who are worn down and
(ishearteneI, due to stomac'i disorders
and nervous ills, find relief by toning
up their blood with Ziron Iron Tonic.
Tell your diruggist you want to try
Ziron on our inoney-baclr guarantee.
COTTON GROWERS CLOSF
SESSION IN MONTGOMERi
Progranm of Wannamaker Adopted Ir
,Fall. Forty Cenits Stand. Recom.
mendation Made to Assoclatfot
Members that Such Minimum Pric(
Montgomery, Ala., Sept. 3.-Appoint,
ment of a committee of 55 Souther
bankcrs, business men and officials oi
.t-he various divisions of the Americar
Cotton association to confer with W
P. G. Harding, governor, and memberi
of the federal reserve board Septem.
ber 15, for the purpose of obtainini
clear cut pronouncement of policy or
the' financing of the .1920 cotton crop
marked -the last session of the asso.
clation here late today.
With adjournment sine (lie of th
association practically the entire Iwo.
gram of policy recommenlded by Presi
dent .1. S. Wiannamaker -had beer
adopted, topped with a recommenda
tion to members that cotton be hek
for a minimum price of 30 cents mid.
dling basis, with one cent per mont
added after November 1. Member,
w're also urged to hold their cottor
seed for $60 a ton.
Other proposals adopted urge eslab.
lishment of cooperative marketing sys
teis in every cotton growing county
'the formation of an export corporatior
to sell cotton in centra.l F.urope, th<
reduction of acreage .to cotton an
increasing acreage for food .and for
age crops. and retirement of 25 pe'
cent of the higher grade cotton.
Southern banks with loans in E'ast
ern banks are requested in a genera
resolution adopted this evening to ru
call -these loanis in order that th<
iioney may he diverted to fiancin;
the South's crops and a resolution b
Former Governor Manning of Soutl
'arolina, calls oil the _ov*vrnor.S o
cottoni states to proclaim Sipteibeil
20 "cotton lay" on which date iiect
ings arc to he held1 in all counties 1<
develop Interests in tle program o
The princial address of the da,
was delivered by .Judge W. T. ltamsey
governor of the '.ieventh district fed
eral reserve bark, who d-iplored th1
act ion of fixing the illri(e of cott on a
-10' cents. (eclaring tlat it could no
be achineved. lie brought a noise o
pessis m into the ('Onvention byif, d
clarini; the farmer men -pr'aiv
strict wcoom m11*4prepr for- ha
Theli conivenl"ionl vo:oed to ne
1t 21 at illa , Tenx(Ss.
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I AF~OIIf-D NINS~'.
LSafordi. Sept. 1:.-V, were
dened -by the death of Mr's. Joh
itlinilts whicht ored macvl at her hoim
last Tn~er'lay evaing. Sli' had he'
ini had health fo- 'omtimel in1d wa
blind for ilte a iumbter of years. Ii
enu(hrted her affictioni withoit a tmil
mur1t or1 o laint. Sie Was burie
in the Baptist ceatmetery Wedntesday. a
ternooni in 1-he 'i'resetnce of a -larg
nutmber' of sorr'owl ing frietnds and rel
at iv~es. She It'a ves a Ihaband anad fou
sonsi atnd two datughaters:' .\le(sar':
\lirs. ('tow nam Mr's. Taylotr. We sitn
cerely sy vmplathItize in this sad hiour;.
Miss 'Pear'I Chapman, out'r ten('hi
51pen1t lhe week-end w'ithl homtefol ksa
.\ars. W. 1). Pat trson.* etrtaiine
hera Suniday School class last Tucsda
afternoon. They enjoyed a feast c
delicious wvatermelon and other't fruit
of the season.
Ma's. 'C. L. Waldrep entertained 'th
yountg people last Frliay evening I1
honot' of the faculty of the school.
The following menu fur'nished mnuc
amhusement and~ merriment fot' t'a
1. A su'rvivor' of the flood'-('Ham)
2. A woman of grit-(Sandwitch)j
3. ImpertInence- (Apple .Sass).
41. Springs offering.-(Water').
5. For spinster's and bachelors
6. Boston overthrow-(Tfea).
7. (oat meet on chi'i-(Vfutter).
8. INew 10ingland .brains-(Bfake<
9.-Youang man's sweetheart
10. Sahara-( Dessert).
11. Tree sweets-(CocoanutCake).
12. 'What I do when I huart mysel
.\iss Carrye Lout Higgins has .gon
to Union to be a member of 'the facual
ty 'of the graded school at Buffalo.
Lieut. M. 10). 'Cox has gone 'to 'rexa.
and will teach tin the A. & M. Colleg
of that state, lie is a graduate o
Clemson College with a post-graduat
coturse at Co~rnell 'University.
Mr. Frod Cox has accepted a 'post
-tion as prinipial of the high school o:
Conway in Ho'ry County. Mr. 'Coy
is a member of 'the class of '20 at Fiur
man UJniversitty. Miss Jenness. Cox ,i
also a memu'ber o fthe facility at 'Con
day, a gradutate of Ilandei' College. We
are proud of these young teachers ant
hope tihey will make good in their va
Charles Waidrep .leaves this weel)
to attend 'Wofford College next session
HHi~ t~ll i
if I .
U. S. Cartridges are sold with the
antee ever made on ammunition. It
if you don't like them, get your mone
Every dealer who carries U.S. Cartr
ized to refund, on demand, the pric
box to anyone who doesn't like thei
the unused part of the box.
r There is no 22 Lang Rifle cartridge as acc
from 50 to 250 yards as U.S. 22 N. R. 4 L
Cartridges. This is 50 more yards of ac
hitherto been possible with 22 rim-fire amir
Solid bullet for target work. Hollow-poir
game. Cost no more.
UNITED STATES CARTRiPCE COMPANY, New
Coa-1 in and got a copy of The U. S. Gawm.
J. I. Copeland & Bro., Clinton, S. C.
W. L. Armstrong, Gray Court, S. C.
T. R. Stephens, Gray Court, S. C.
- The Gray Co., Gray Court, S. C.
RelznCh edo uce n
asfollowzing Cite nteed otcer and
bttion adthe grn cite. The Clito
busn th wak. trp- eulrybt
inToeua schedule iefe a nde asu
Wehave ae ageensfo
as folo ' Lav ClintohHoend
Station andat e Laurens.Teb
NOTICE: The 12 o'clock bus pu
Seaboard going either way.
The above schedule is daily exce
not be run.
Help us make this a big success ai
in the near future.
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: 1;Il HI'IIjII Hg"l iJn:
is simply this: We make exactly
y back. the same guarantee
idges is author- with
- of the whole
n, and returns @ftr SHLS
They have reached
such a high state of
perfection - in water.
==m...eproofing, In speed, in
HE'S .power, and inunif ormity
urate at distances -that we can guaran
ong Rifle Lesmok tee them without limit.
cacthnhs You can get your pat
curacy than has load for every kind of
,unition. shooting, in smokeless
it bullet for small or black powders, in
The Black Shells, and
York, Manufactukers your nioney back if
La okFE.you want It.
aw Book--FREE. .A
C. E. Cason, Fountain Inn, S. C.
J. E. Rodgers, Fountain in1, S. (
J. F. McKelvey, Fountain Inn S.
Jones-Taylor Co., Laurens, S.
I N E
I more prompt passenger transportation
and Laurens, we have built a modern
en the above cities, rain or shine, run
~on as the travel warrants it we shall
waiting rooms at the ' different points
Ellis's Garage, in Laurens at the Union
s will always stop at the above places
bject to change, is as follows:
7:40 A. M.
8:45 A. M.
.,:45 A. M.
3:00 P. M.
5:00 P. M.
Is you in Clinton in time to catch the
pt that on Sunday the noon 'trip will
dwe promise you a one-fim...,.edule.