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* 'DIALS NEWS *
D-ils, Jan. 2.-Here's 'to wishing
The Advertiser and staff correspond
ents and readers a happy and proiper
ous New Year.
rhe Christian season has conie to
a clOSO, the days % assiig off <luietly
ruough, in -lamily gatherings and
w eek-cnd par'ties. it wa1s indeed a
.ason of "Jollity and gayilty" yet not
wit:bhtanding, all seemingly kept inl
mind that .the :;eason was tle ati
versatry of1 lis birt.h, to be observed
tictinigly by the faithful followers of
the "Prince of 1,ight," for the festival
called Cii stiiia has comlie to liave a
creed wider thlan any ritual and pv.s
s'ilism halts at its portals. Never I
1e pimhalt in the history of the
w'vorld is tle gloriouts lessoni of nativi
n..I with such far-rachi e
;ills as at ('hristimas time. I lowever,
0 !,I a ll :n couhd .bw brou."htl to r.(alize
!!he. glorion:t iessn of nativity. this
Irnbilcd world of our's wOtid be '
lirhter plae during1 the nw'. ar
t 192 2.
On (~rs ueveninlg, thw Ipworth
I.(Mrue gave the follow intg int'restin.1
programl inl the( chuirch hecre. Ali..s l'ecil
Ow inigs had eliarge of the uisic wh lile
Miss l1aurt IIellam is, presided over the
p eogramll. First caitte a processioiali,
b atl the IW114ne'S.
P-a e-v- .Aagnilleent. - the( conlgrega
C'aristinas Anthem - "Silent i h "
8c- ript,nure Reading-- hty 1. 1. O-wings.
I c itatioll -- "('hristi as Carrol" I y
Aliss Flora (raydon.
F6lo- -"'nder tiie Snov--BLy Nell
Ien piec Geniane m
Dliuning lL'xom Stuiteconsist
5 --1nch entrt (ed front hulfet
ir iror,~ one llic latest
scrve, one 42-Inch c hina~
not 'ith iritror hnek and
with long exte n'ion, one
chi and live side chanit
htoh icred In black1 leaither,
formuer piie $11l5. Von cali
,$St5.50 by buying at this, si
SRoyal Easy Chi
leryC') miembeir of It' faili
)I apprecite thIs chair.
atbhis anyone to rest, ieeni
,and entjoy solbi comifort
mnner' ntof found In anyi
chair. 'lThe Ioyal Gasy V
the reaIliz.attin of your drc
foot amti leg irest, uapholst<
leaithe(r or tapestry.
i alue, sat lng $l).O5, buty
thls 'sale for $25.%; $28.50
Saive $8.55i, buy niow at
niture Co. 8
On the Ba
the Clock S
Be In Line.
1 visit to the lower .part of the state t'
hero .he is the guest of Mr. and c
rm. Charles OcCall.
The Yule Tide season was ushered v
t bere by a number of weddings, all
-which came as a moro or less slr- 0
rise to many.
The first 1was that of Mr. Ralph 8
ellams to Miss Nannie Campbell. 6
he wedding took iplace in G-cenville t
id was a very <tiliet one. Mrs. 11c- r
Lim, as Miss Campbell, daughter of I
[r. and Mrs. T. 11. Campholl, was ex- 1
-eelily popullar* being a young lady v
f attractive iersonality. mr. I1[1- I
tms S a son of Air. and Mrs. P. IM. I
elas and is a well known young
irmier and busines manl.
Th''e secoid ((ok lplae on Chr''istms
rel ng, whllen 'ir. Archiie Abercrom
le and Alis Blib were u11(id in imar
iage by Mis.. lienury Etta O:ng, N.
., of Owings;. Th'le y-ouni people
-ere unflortunate inl not, being, able( to
lid the lethodist or :I peist preaclheri
t hom1'. ]hmeter, love Inow; no de
'at. and learninIg thal Aiss Owlgs
a. a Notary Public, tihe (.a?,ked lhe'
p pcrfori le terenwny whichshei
id inl a most digillfed anid imlpressive:
1:lne'. So far as is k nowli Mr. and
Ir;s. Aber;cromnhi1, are thitrs I t coulnie
h he married by a womlani ntxa ry ':pulb
jv inl L'aurens county.
Tihe iti weddiig also took place
nt Chrlistm11as daY, whlen .\lr. - C100n1]
Villis and Alis;s Alva. St-oddard Were
iari'ied at the par sonage bl Rev. C.
V. Watson. Mr. Willis is a "on or?,
ir. and Mrs. Italph Willis and is a
rominont, fairimer. Wts. Willis is a
Vry arminig young lady, being the
:1ui -r* of .\1s. Stoddard, from near
)wings and has tau'.ht I successftilly
vO itemIS of the school lere. Hot ih
u:11n1g . Wople. have a -wide cirie of
Pay no attentio
sales and signs,
I WILL give
J. H. GIB!
ME TO FURNISH YO
Onelii large Wiceker living Rloomi
Stubi -- -selt te, chair, rock er, uip
1 Former p)rlee $185S.00. You enn
save $50.s55 by buyling at t hbis
OFITS AND A BIG SI
~!Free! $15.00 Cash
$15.00 (Cash giveni anny0 l~t're t
h hOys an.d girls no mne tr whelire
ve ist prize-Th'le Jboy or gi bring
in g the Ilrst cuistomer ti ou r
lie store thant maikes4 a $50 puIrchiase
ur ormorewillbe givena $5.00.
l1 Ig the miost customers to our
he., store duing the stale illI be glv.
or' Third-The boy or gIrl bringing
Ithe customer that mankes the(
plargest purchiase during our sale
will be given $5.00.
We Deliver Free' on Pu
riends who extend .to then heartiest
This community was greatly shocked
rhen It became known that Mr. J.
larris Curry, a well known citizen
f this lace, had succumiibe( to an
cuto attack of pineumonla at his horne
aturday afternoon at about 5 o'clock.
r. 'Curry had been only ill a day or
Wo. Ills condition however, was ne
lous from the beginning, owing to the
ragility of his colstitution and age,
.e being 72 years old. 'Tle- deceased
"a; well known throutghout the ipper
art of' I .4aurenis conilty. arnd Was a
eaceflil. law-a idliniag itizen. faitl.
Ii1 to his homie, his comuittiiity anId
is cliuitieh, having Lhn a mnembTr Of
liais chiur el for 50 ytars.
Sinday aftetrioon thw renii"ins were
Iid away in ilte ettin ery N. a I this
lce titder a beauitifil Imioiniii of,
lowers, Olhe ser-vices beinnt. conduicted
>y the iRer. C. W. Walson.
\ll. CIu r * v is survivud by his wifl,
vho was .liss Mary cook, atal It foi
owilg hlildren : Mirs I. '. ( illespi
Ind .\ ' is. \ \ . I ):rvis, of t t;renville,
utId Mrs. Willie liris. .\lis. I askell
IIy. '\M ssIs. .1uliuts, ArtIi antid
''akCurry, of this plave. Twhroth
-rs, .\Mr. Ilwis Curry, of Irveen Pond,
ild 'Afr. .\liiIrt Curry. of IDials, alst
tiler, for infected sores, tller,
upra ins, nteuralgia, rheuminat im.
I'hlem Quinine That Does Not Affect
lee'nuIie of its tonlic and laxative of
Focei. 1,ANATIVIG 111 0.\M0 QUININNd
(T'ablets) canti he takenr by aniryonre
withot., vausing nertvousness r ring
ing in the head. Jl. W. GiOVI'S sig
111ture on box. 30C.
n to other
RHOME AT LESS
A I'lEiNS -15 lb. all cott on .Mat
I res. (Good heat y rolled~ edge
:tie k. $10.00I iralut. Youi (lin save
$I.45 by buyin lg nlow
IARE OF ACTUAL C
I RED STAR
Del roil. Vapor' Oil St ore, six
hurner, ntow style, ent from
for this sa~le.
Otheor sizes in prroportionr.
rchases of $50.00 or M
"Code of Harimm..aui."
The "Code of laimurahl," a set of
laws iade by King li-i'iinurabi of
1iabylo10, 1958-1910( 11. C.. was found
1in 1901 A. ). In i stonet! eiglit feet
bIgh. Tite Codi' conitnlils 280 section.4
(l1nling witi all sorts. or (luestions.
The Ina. of bribery wais,, sta ll thus:
"If a ian bear witiiess in a vase for
gai1 or 111oney i. shallhim l hear
lIt(-' peintiy Im4posed ill tlie vast.."
11h'Vilkillig in1to Muild brikh as~e unsI-, %I
pun4ishli ble by (1c111. Te41141 1 1 of
4444 ytV4 1,4)1. , I11 4 y4 - :4 t I 4444I4o Ii 1 1,01,
% -oIt was ('11tin inlted b:y hit1 low"
b,(.efort, Ilhe s m1111 h- w wa -i nted 11y
the I e Ib r 1 1141 .\lo 1.,i \ h .
Tl o.7n the Amazon.
'4've4nt1 N .,. .: . 44h . n-r441e 4.4 !
thei raph'I 1'\h .- -o . ihi 4:rt-44!
114 ~. : \4 , 4 4' '. '::4: 414f.\ 4
Ih . l e l I- !', , K lov.;-lf. loty .\ h;A
v .4, r p i 1 , 14n 1 nc i i p4
o andenr o s c n :n::pia of r
ties ai44 4 -. ih t has' co tinnedS 4 fron,
tha 44dlv :I t.i ,t are till %44r4
ahineinnt. l'e~roh- n hs rpa
r111h- oil sill I hat till' , ht44 t11 h1 ''1
eggS, Il4ent ni l viseern (ontinu to hc
fav 4i t artiel'es of food.
Now is the Time to Book
Special Prices to Dealers.
Rheney Seed Store
CLINTON, S. C.
le of True V
An Act of Corn
RY 6, 9
THAN WHOLESALE C4
Feather Pillows f~
VIe'nnag Brand, size 17z2T. Good t
earth price il
OST THROUGH THEN
spring, the best that Simmons
ma~fke at a special price, $32.01) y I
vailue for $18.25. .iiust thinuk, youI 14
save'( $18.75 on this one item. All (4
other boda41 ini proportion.
People, we h
quickly, and tc
Mr. Gibson, of
e and give him a
cost or replace
)N SC Cash. And
9 * 25c pans look like
* ieve it come see f
ore. have slaughteredi
DID PAIN DISTURB'
T ~pain and torture of rhcu
matism can be quickly relieved
by Uin application of Sloan's
Liniment. It brings warmth, case and
comfort and lets you sleep soundly.
Always have a bottle uindy and:.
apl)ly when you feel the first twinge.
it penetrates wit/hout rubbing.
It's Splendid to take the pin out of
tired, aching rnuscles, sprains and
strains, stiff joints, -nd lame backs.
For fort y years pain's enemy. Ask
At all druggists-35c, 70c, St .10.
CHILD'S BOWELS WITH
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP..
Even a ick chibi ives the "fruity"
a-t1 e of "'alifornia Fig Syrup." If t.he'
ittle. tonguc ik coated. or if yitr chil i,
istiessq, croi ,. fev'[rih. full oi colu, or las
olie. give a ta u nIulllI ti Ilan.' thit
ive. and howem. in a few hur you call
1. for yourseclf how thtoroug~hly it worksi
11 0the conlstipationl poisonl. bor ille and
vas4te (lut of the htowels. utwl you1 ha1ve at
vel. play chil (hd again.
Mlillions; of uot-.ers kevep "('alifornim
it Syrup" ha1 i V. They nilow ait tea
Joonful tohiy av ia Sick child to
norrovw. Ask your d ruiggist for geinuinti
'alifornim 1,iv, 'yrup" whicht hta diree
Lions. for habiei-'1 anl chillren of all ages
pr-inted on bot(tle. Mlother! Youi imust
;ay "Califorih" or you may get an imi3
tation 11, Slyril).
h Pice t
BED RtOOM SUITiE
ree pitece Sult. of Ivory, blue
et te. Thius sulle htas to 1be seen'
be alppre'iate4d--dresser euxONi
Ie withI 20x28i irrorl'~, chltit
p small11 d rawersi , bltni B l
e -tinted behtd. Yotu sale $92
biuying this snite now. $$99.00 l
Ic k's %amn ary A LaIte' Ranl~ge.
re'clinr enleJ~I~td, highest
alty Bnek tmakesu, $1115.00) val
cut to $)5.00, stove weaIr in
uaded. All otheor stovei reduced
ave to raise some money
do so we have engaged
the Kelley Sale's Syste:r.
trict charge to forget all
ment value to raise the
e will go further to say
dollars to us5. If you don't be.
or yourself how mercilessly we
lis high grade furniture stock.
"iStory of the Star"-By 31le Sallie e
"Story of the Other Wise 'an"-By 2
Pageant and Tableaux-Mother and Ii
Child-Mrs. Festus Curry. 0
Shopherds-John Curry, Raymond p
Campbell and John Iellains.
Wise Men-Coke Curry, Edwin lel- I
lains and Tlmage Armstrong. 'T
Angels- Misses Dewey Armstrong, a
Slathte Abererombie, billy Thoma- ba
son, Ifarcelle Satterfield. A
Proplict-. %., Owilngs.
Offerin)g--The procceds going to Imy o
Christimas choer for the little ones 1
of a destitute fatnily in the 01m- 1
Pra-yer Ily Rove. C. WV. Watson.
(r. Clyde Citrry. or Vanidorbil tn i- e
versity, Nashville, Tinn., spenti a wek b
with his parents, '.r. and Airs. -V. C.
Cu'iirry, before c aoing oi to 1a1HItl it , -
NId., w1re hce was cheduiled to .;ive y
eln-chres 'hel'ore the colIere ao1
tion of thatM city.
ir . IfI. Y. Si11mnonl..:: . o t t rnerl
frai-.1 Willida 131to, wihlel she' as
called by thl4e illness and death of
her -i:ter1-, Airs. Lottie Cox. Ni's. Cox i
ori ginal!ly ame from h.this von'ninity, y
.:14 had m1aiy relatives .and friends
thonlighott thin setion, all of w'hiomi
are ;rieved to hear of her demise.
.isses .W)n_-gie 1). Carry and Sne
1 'll ner on have retu roed to Winithrop o
c('(e(ge, after enijoy ing the ho l:1ys
" ithh eir respective 'parents. 1
Nir-. anul Mrs. NIMarvini Arm trong and
litlc son \arviin. Jr., of Wilmington,
N. C., wereo recenit vis!itors, of relaitives;1
Prof. U. ". IBrooks, of GIree nville, (
was the guest of relatives; hee durin:
thle Chrisitmas holidazys. L
Mis (laa i call is on ani exend- I
IDES, NOW IS THE Ti
The 11c Each
.VE 'PUT ALL THE PR
ors EFree! Free! Fre<
I.(I 50 Brooms ic Eac
int a FOR EARLY IRDL1S-Leni
air is yonr breakfast dishes go. T
red in store Jatnuariy Gth, 9 at. mn., in
$35.00 lhe gvent otto 4-row, do0ub
value, iatltched clean hantdle Broom
mpson Fur- (
stock to GoA
trikes Nine. THE
Be On Time!