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months to do your surveying. Surv
work, so why not have it love i
(o it over.
B. R. T.
P. O.-Barktsdale, S. C.
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The nicest eathartic-laxative to t
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Headatche Biliousness a5
Dizziness Sour Stomach
is candy-like Cascarets. One or two a
Our college Is a membi
moercial Schools of the
the world. To find
out what you will
gain by attenditnz an
Accredited 8 c h n o 1,
stnd for our cata
logue. at once.
in keepitg iwith the general redi1
order that many of our subscribers mi
nam1iiles coni tied on our mialling list, v
* tion in the yearly subserptlon of ''h
per year. We have taken this step it
ous phases of the matter and have con
* ill be appreciated by many of our fi
to take the paper aniyway and by otht
icult, under the present, financial ('
tions with fihepaer. We are contidei
subscriptions at $2.10 per year wou
long ruin, in excess of subscriptions
business policy, as well as a desire to
tions, prompt us to make such a redi
many loug-tfime friends who might ot1
paper. Subscriptions paid to u1s slice
1will be extenled four months per yea
We might also state that inasimu
of 25 per cent for the beneit of our
delinquents will pay up and renew dii
* s of done we will be compelled to dr
list when the contest is over.
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Pump Water and doi
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Grade of the cx
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Grind Feed facts.
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n through the fall and winter
eying is tiresome and expensive
ecurately now and not have to
is- Bilious Liver
might will empty your bowels corn.
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leep." Cascarets never stir you up
r gripe like Salts, 'Pills, Calomel,
r Oil and they cost only ten cents
box. Children love Cascarets too.
E, ATTENTION! swartl1 yu InO
r of the National Associatiou of Accredited Com.
United Statee,-the strongest chain of schools in
SPARTANBURG, 0. .
etion II iar-t.ime prices and fin *
.y be better enabled to have their *
ve have delcded to imake a redue- *
e Advertlser from $2.00 to $1.50 *
ter mature consideration of vari- *
i to the conclusion that this step *
-lenis who would have continued *
'rs who would have found It dif- *
niditlons, to continue their rei- *
it that the fluanelal returns from '
Id have Wen equal, 1111and in the *
it $1.50, but both sentiment. ad *
1o our part in meeting new condl- *
iction that may keep on our list *
lierwise see fit to discontinue the *
tho announcement. of our contest *
nA as we have made a reduction *
subscribers, we iwtll assume that *
ring the Contest, but in case this *
01) all those delinquent from our ,
r in the feld, around
, or on the road, the
Tractor is doing won
saving time, reducing
increasing profits for
ds of farmers every
er what the farm task,
Ta be done by motive
he Fordson can do it,
now in use in all parts
unt~ry and in every kind
nd belt work prove the
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the Fordson Tractor,
rite or phone for the
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DIALS NEWS *
Dials, Nov, 28.-Thanksgiving day
has come and gone. There Is nothing
left but memories in the hearts of all.
The occasion, however, passed off
quietly here, the day was a beautiful
one, typical of our own sunny clime,
and as a day of rest and joy, was de
voted to 'wholesome recreation and
pleasure. It was a happy day to many
and yet of all those who -participated
in the quiet festivities of the day, not
one, I am sure, but paused long enough
in their enjoyment 'to realize their
many blessings, and to give gratefull
thanks to the Great Giver of all good
things, and for the glorious opportuni
ty of living and la)boring in this
splendid age of progress.
Mr. and Mrs. a,. D. Curry, -Miss An
nie Lou Curry, 'Mrs. Eileen Peden and
little David, were the guest sof Mr. and
Mirs. Ernest Armstrong, of Fountain
Inn, on Thankgiving Day.
Mr. and Mrs. 'W. S. Bolt and chil
dren, Mr. J. M. Sumerel and family,
of Hickory Tavern, and Miss Jmma
Dial, of Gray Court,, were dinner
guests of Mr. 'D. D. Brownlee Thurs
Miss Pearl Henderson, of Hickory
Tavern, spent Thanksgiving with 'her
parents here. -
Prof. C. F. Brooks, of the Pinkney
Street schodl faculty, Greenville, spent
the Thanksgiving holiday with home
folks here and in Laurens.
'Miss Mildred Easterling, one of the
teachers at 'Poplar Springs, spent the
week-end In Gray Court, the attractive
guest of her aunt, Mrs. Festus Curry.
3Mr. P. iM. -Icllanis and family spent
Thursday with :lr. Ludfie Abercrom
blie and family.
Miss Mattle Simmons, accompanied
by a bevy of guests, among the num
ber being aMisses Grace Finley and
P3adgett, all of Greenville, were the
guests of Mrs. i. Y. Simmons and
family Thanksgiving Day.
-Mr. J. T. Gillespie and family, of
Greenville, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Curry
and children, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Har
ris and children, Mr. Haskell Gray and
family, and Mr. Arthur Curry and cill
dren, were the spend-the-day guests
of Mr. and Mrs. IHarris Curry, Thurs
'Miss Grace Martin is on an ex
tended visit with relatives In Woof.
Tho oyster supper given by the Im
provement Association in the school
house last Thursday evening proved
a success, both in a social as well as
a financial iway, and a nice little sum
was realized. The association has only
recentlf organized, however, and Uhe
society is paInning many ways and
means of raising money for telh bedefit
of the school.
The second Sunday morning In :D
comber will be observed at Dials as
Lissionnry Day. Rev. C. W. Watson
will preach a missionary sermon and
a very interesting program -will be
rendered. It is hoped that many will
attendl this service and a cordial wel.
come will aw'ait one andl all.
-The union 10pworthi League meit in
the church here Sunday evening, Noy.
20th, and dlespite the inclemency of
the weather a goodly mpuberi of -peo
vile were in attendlanCe.
Miss D~ewey Arnmstrong, as leadler,
hadl charge of the program. Appro
iriate music was5 rendered by Miss
Cecil Owings, after wvhich short talks
on "For What I Am Thankful", were
given thy Messrs. Bob Rogers and Shaw
Johnson, of Gray Court, and Miss Sal
lie lBrownlee, of this place. A feature
that proved interesting, as 'well as in
structive, was the Tihanksgiving
pageant. First to enter was the
"'Spirit of Thanksgli1ing,"- acted .h~y
Miss Clara McCall. She ,was followed
by a~ little band of Pilgrims, Misas il.
lie Thomason, Mr..Ilob McCall, Miss
Annie 'Lou 'Curry, Edwin Ilellams,
Nannie Campbell, Guy Campbell and
Osteen McCall; then came the Nations
of the World that the Eupworth
'League are ledged to help: J'apan,
Sara .Harris; Africa, Tlaymond Camip
bell; Belgium, Marselle Satterfld;
China, Hattie Abercrombie; Mexico,
E'rnest Curry; last to enter was the
Epwvorth League, represented by Miss
lamma Harris, Raljh 'Hellauji, Miss
Sal lie Birownlee, Talmage Armstrong,
and Miss Laura Hellams.
Thle ulnion Epwvorth 'League meets
every two months, the tiext meeting be
ing held at Gray Cotfrt with the Gray
Court Leaguers having charge of the
'ifev. C. W, Watson filled his usual
appiointmnent here 'Sunday afternoon,
and wvhile iho -afternoon proved a very
inclement one, quite a good congrega
tionu ' were present and everymne
seemed to' enjoy tho splendid Thanks
giving sermon delivered in 'Mr. Wat
s97n's 'best style,
Notiee of Lost Cert.Ifiente of .JteposIt
Notice is hlereby given that Cei'lift.
cafe of Deposit No. 2055 of Peeles~
Loan and Exchange Bank, datedwMay
24, 1920, hmajr been lost or mnsidiged
and that I will make appficati on for
a dlkplIcate of same at ald ba~ni; on
MI3. AM1DLIA INllY
IAl~nsn B fi lain 1 ,19
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* NARNIE NEWS
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Narnie, Nov. 28.--Thanksgiving Day
was enjoyed around here. Many went
hunting and bronght homel lots of nice
t'hings to eat. Others went visiting to
get good things to eat.
Mr. and Mdrs. Charlton Benjamin,
Charlton, Jr., and Mrs. Benjamin were
guests of Mrs. E. B. Bolt Thursday at
Those enjoying the kind and gra
clous hospitality of Mr. and Mrs. Aus
tin Bramlett Thanksgiving Day were,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur, Bramlett and
William, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Willis
and son William, Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Bramlett and daughter.Ina, Mrs. Ose'ar
Medlock and children, Misess Bettie
and Lee Bramlett, Mr. and 'Mrs. Allen
air. E. B. Bolt spent Thanksgiving
in Easley, with his son, Mr. E. Lee
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Reid and daugh
ter, Remelle, Mrs. Mary Reid and Miss
Nelle OLurts were guests of relatives in
'Mr. Ray Thaynham, Misses Ora
Powers, Mary Catherine Powers, and
Mrs. Ross Powers spent Thanksgiving
Miss Julia Chapman, and Miss Nelle
Burts were the attractive guests of
Miss Remelle Reid for the week-end.
Miss Reid entertained a few friends
in their honor Saturday nLght, rook
and fortune teling being enjoyed
throuhgout the evening. Those pres
ent were Misses Julia Chapman, 'Marie
Tinsley, Eva 'Bolt, Miss Tinsley,
Alessrs. George Langston, Warren
Tinsley, Olaude Brown,'Edd Bramlettc
and Mir. 'Pulley.
liss Eva (Bolt has accepted a posi
tion with the B. 4. England Co., of
Laurens, for the coming months, nnd
is staying with 'Mrs. Carl Bramilett, on
Ir. and Mrs. Law .lobley and son,
,Law, Jr.,- spent Thanksgiving with
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Burts.
Miss Alvrice Henry who is teaching
at Columbia school, was the guest of
Miss Louise IHunter, Thanksgiving.
Miss Ruth Myers iwas the Sunday
g~uest of Miss (Louise Hunter.
rDon't fail to see "The Affairs of
Anatol" at the Princess Treatre Thurs
day and Friday, Dec. 1 and 2.
FOR forty years Sloan's Liniment
has been the quickest relief for
neuralgia, sciatica and rheuma
tism, tired muscles, lame backs, sprains
-and strains, aches and pains.
Keep Sloan's handy and apply freely,
without rubbing, at the first twinge.
It eases and brings comfort surely
and readily. You'll find it clean and
Sloan's Liniment is pain's enemy.
Ask your neighbor.
At all druggists--35c, 70c, $1.40.
Linime nt I
,D.Hobson'a ezema int
miht. Oneoof Dr.Hobson's
tideS Faily Remedies.
(KI-RO-PRAK-TIC) is i
on a thorough knawledi
various functions of the
segments of the spinal
pressure on a nerve an<
vitality and resistance 4
pressure by removing t
mat sige and fionctions,
Wallace Reid '
- Wanda Hawley
JCS$8 L. LASkY presente
Cecil B, DeMille's
of A natoI"
Thursday and Friday, 1
Music by Larirens Orchest
Afternoon 1 8c and 30c
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ng, December 7
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