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ims euah Mart&n Henderson
Whereas, our Heavenly Father, in
Ilis divine ,wisdom has taken from us
our beloved friend and co-worker, Mrs.
Walter Henderson; and,
Whereas, in her death our society,
our church and our community have
suffered a deep loss, we rejoice in the
rich heritage she has left us, a life
of beautiful Christian faith and 'Christ
like devotion. 'While she was devoted
to home and family yet she was ever
ready to rI .pond to .the needs of her
(ommunity; therefore in token of our
love and sympathy, we, the Woman's
tiissionary lUnioni of Friendship
church, offer these resolutions:
First, While we keenly feel the loss
of her blessed influence, we bow in
humble submission to God's will,
knowing that 'lie doeth all things 'well.
Second, ''hat our hearts go out Iin
sympathy to the devoted members of
Th ird, rit a copy of these resolu
Iions be seit to the family and a copy
be itblished in the Laurens Adver
tiser and It leH1iaptist Courier.
G rs. O. 1.-. Cox,
Mrs. W. F. (Irumbles,
Mirs. K. ). ,luomas,
Gray CIrtt t. . . Committee.
The First Fruits.
Only a litle (f til. first fruits of
wisdoml--only it few fiagients of the
houilless heights. breadths. and
deplths of trut- have I beeni able to
.;a tlher.- -ai rl in L1 t lher.
To Stop a Cough Quick
take HAYES' HEALING HONEY, a
cough medicine which stops the cough by
healing the inflamed and irritated tissues.
A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE
SALVE for Chest Colds, Head Colds and
Croup is enclosed with every bottle of
HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The salve
should he rubbed on the chest and throat
of children auffering from a Cold or Croup.
The healing effect of llayes' Healing Honey in
side the throat combined with the heal ig effect of
(rove's 0-Pen-Trate Salve through the pores of
the skin soon stops a cough.
Both remedies are packed in one carton and the
cost of the combined treatment is 35c.
Just ask your druggist for HAYES'
W. S. M. Says:
"I'm no beauty par
lor artist but I can keep
your hair from turning
gray and falling out,
due to worrying over
your old battery. Fol
low my prescription
buy a Willard Thread
ed Rubber Battery
with Threaded Rubber
Insulators which last
the life of the plates,
and drive merrily on
W illard Service Man
This Willard Service Sta
tion is the best place in
town to get rid of all bat
tery troubles. Drive down
'This tradematki stamped in red
-on t he case, identifie the willard
Threaded Rubber Blattery.
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* DIALS NEWS *
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Dials, June 12.-A very delightful
occasion enjoyed 'by the members of
the .V. M. S. of Dials 'was that of
Tuesday afternoon, when 'Mrs. Festus
Curry of Gray Court, entertained from
-3:30 to 5:30 o'clock with a 'party at
her handsome home on Church street.
The spacious rooms thrown en-suite
gay with varil-colored sweet peas and
other cut flowers, presented -an attrac
tive setting for the harppy guests as
Contests and games were enjoyed.
In the word contest Mrs. J. A. Curry
was the successful winner and 'was
presented with the prize, (something
well worth having on a sultry summer
day), 'Mr. Watson presenting It in his
imitable and amusing way.
The guests were 'then asked if they
would not like to meet "Aliss Mission
ary Voice", every one declaring they
woild be delighted. lLittle Mlavis
Clare Curry, the attractive daughter
of the hostess, then came forward
Clad In costumie of "volees" showing
the developiment of tite "missionary
voice" and recited a beaitifuil poe
hearintg on the same theme. .\Mission
ary sandwicies were then passed by
this little Imaid, after which iced tea
and (Iheeste stra ws were served by the
hostess, assisted by Airs. J. A. Curry.
Ow intg to the i nclemiency of rhe
Weather tle Ieilers were not out in'
full force, those however, who enjoyed
Mrs. Curry's hospitality rwereP' t1ev.
aild .\I rs. C. W. AWatson. '.lesdames Su
die Owings, ilorenlce Ropp, Townes;
Citry, .Floyd Cutry, Sallie M.\lI,
Satm Curry, .limi Graydon, L. 1). Curry,
\Villic Ifarris, .Alary Curry, 'iI ileen
Pl1eden, Con way Gray, W. C. Ctirry,
William 'Brooks, .1. A. Curry, and
\lisses Cecil Owings, Fannie and Sal
lie Birowilee, l'"Ima 'I larris aind C(lava
.\iC'all. Also little Missens Nell llar
ris, Sara Alice and 10thel Curry, liilly
Cirry and Alargaret Watson.
Miss Alary Catherine l)avis, of
Greenville, was the attractive guest
of her aunt, Hrs. laskell Gray, last
Jack -larris has as' his guest this
week, J. T1. Gillespie, .In G6reeniville.
'.\liss Maggie i). 'Cutrry returned Wed
iesday from Winth rop college after
having successfully completed the
two-year course for teacer cs. .liss
C'trry ia. saccepted a toosition Withl
the Fairv-ic'w schtool for the cominig
term, and her many friends predict
for her much success In her closen
I.\ r. .ohmn Snimons, .l rs. I. Y. Sim
mons, .liss -.iarie Simnions, Misses
Barah IHarris and EItiel Owiing and ;
Air. Claud larris coimlpsed a party
that motored to ('reenv-ille Suiday
witere they were the gui(ests of .ir. and
.liss Cecil O)w.ings will leave in a1
few days for llo(k liill where si' will
be it attendaice at the suiimter sclool
I1ev. .i ve ilackwell, bf Qrurney,
I la., accomaied by his daght r h,
Miss M\arta Xl ay, at .1tlun' gradtute of
COnvt s colle'('11(ge, Spari ttnburg, sitent
a (lay ndl night with Mr. and .\lrs. WV.
C. Cut rry eirttlte -to thteir honme.
Mr t. and1( Mr s. Samit~t iurry had ats
thtIr' trecenit gtuests '.\I s. Plutmet' Cuir
ry' and1 son, GIrahtamit, of It iedersont
ville, N. C.
Huissiains Eatinig i utman Hteings andi
l-Ondonii, J1 une 8.--A shtoelking story
of dlesir t, death antd ennib al ismn it
'Rutssia 'was ntarr'ated to thte Associated
Press today by Willilam Shafi'othI, son
of former Governor Shaufroth of Colo
r'ado, whto hats arrivedl in L~ond~an after'
a y'ear's wvork withb the Americant re
lief' admitinisttration it the Ilussian
llThe desperate pee:le are eating hnt
tmatn beiings, dilseased htor'ses, dogs andti
cats, lie said. Cemeteries ate being
dutg tip and1( long bur ied b)0diels stiatch
Cid as food. In itheir'huniger mtadntess
thIe population arie stealIintg boidies
froin morg~ues and hospitals to eat as
Mi'. Shofroth, whbo htad charge of'
20,000 Rutssians working fot' the relief
admtitinistration in the Camara di1s
Li ict , i.; ... :'ttd emiacliated after' his
ai'dutousi wvork among ethe .starvintg, dy
!:and shlte rrless Russiatns. I tut Ite
c.: is 'roof that the faminte
suffet'ers utd iot try to seize himt for
cuit Inavy pou'poses, tas had been repot.
edi while hte wvas in lissiai. lie dle
elated, however, that a .iussian nmem
bter' of the American relief admttinln
ttntion who iedl of typhus, 'vas dis
inltedttO at night and enten b~y the
craz/ed inhabitants. This gal'e rise to
the report that Mr. $hanfroth had been
In some respects the yotung Amer
lcan's nlaryative Is utneolualleod even
'by the tragie f'icttft'es In d~aniel D~e
foo's journa'l of the plagute year.
"I know 'ohh inatance," said Shaf
i.'oth, "wher'e a distracted mother of
pre children killed the youngest in
crder to -appease the pang's of the
rest of her youngsters, but the oldest,
a boy, cried oitterly when he saw i1 is
mother sever his little brother's head
and place the body into a pot. He
refused to eat the flesh."
In spite of these lamentable condi
tions in isolated districts, Mr. Shaf
roth said, the general situation
throughout iRussia has .been greatly
ainelorlated as a result of the chatity
enterprise of the American people.
The health, moral mPt) apirit of t-he
population were much better, he said,
since the American relief administra
tion arrived ten months ago.
"America is a holy name in Russia
and Amercans are regarded as super
beings," said 'Mr. Shafroth. "People
fall on their knees and kiss the earth
upon which the relief wor'kers walk.
The 'United States can have a solemn
feeling of pride in saving the Russian
rcee from extinction."
Mr. Shafroth said he believed thel
Find the Ob
1. Cots lsp ue2,1
2. ContestF. AS$ent eey
4. ontey cnloshers ound0,
oeteoandeforeign~ mainogh iot)
Advee samee onbject ay.e
cwudh hoe Aver tihe howevg o a
4. Only 'Enlih ordound r
aete d or~ mneorsann appe
7. The Wvord may ,be given i
the one is u~cd tho other caznn<
Soviet government will all its faults
had come to stay.
YET FOR TOLBERT
Indications Point to Right to Prevent
Washington, -D. C., June 9.-It'now
appears that Republican National
Committeeman Joe Tglbert is to have
rough sledding in the effort to be con
firmed as marshal for the western dis
trict of South Carolina. No sooner
was, his name announced as the se
lection of Attorney deneral Daugherty
and President Harding, that protests
by wird and letter began to pour in oi
Senators Smith and -Dial. Various
charges are iade in the letters, some
of them of the severe kind, but .there
are no affidavits, and it takes affidavits
when matters are to be presented tc
the senate judiciary commttee. Bul
for the present the nomination is tie(
en to All Our Readi
onal Test Wort
jects in This Pictur
dy whehe thyve no.usd
of t a o a connected
ame btc. This doe no pr0
22nd bjec awes a part be ailted
Dly, whihe hy lnisaeve erosde,
,f ts eor canyne cnec.Hyten
ain the dictionary can be used o- r
s wilbe tb outd
a piutone.s i doesntpo
uMp in the committee, and it is prob
able that there will be quite a de
lay before there is a report of an'
kind made. Senator 4Smith has gone
to his home in South Carolina for a
few. days, and will go further into
the case wheh he returns. In the
meantime Senator Dial keeps in
.touch with -the matter, and his view
is that there will be muph time pass
ed before there is action.
FROM GOVEENOWC RACE
Columbia, June 7.-Andre'v J.
iBethea, of Columbia this afternoon
withdrow from tWe 'ace for governor.
Mr. Bethea immediatteily entered the
race for congress from the seventh
district against Representative Ful
mer of Orangeburg.
State Senator George K. Laney, of
Chesterfield, today filed his pledge in
,lthe governor's race. With Mr. Bethea's
!rs---Liberal Cash Pr
hy of Anyone's ]
0 Beginning With th<
~zz- - the a
. Ad -30 $1
. . . . l.00
. . . . 1.50
icture whnc .-ein with'h setter
naetcorrect, etc. Neatness and
inoconsideration, but every contes
the pelingso that n itk wl
9. nlyoneprize will ba awarded
hdrtoany group outside of the fi
10.Tejudges wl b heewl
. letedfortheir fitness for such A ins
terine bythese jigs.ilb i
to bid bytheir decision.
. narriving at' this decision til
fo ahcorrect word. A margin'of 1f
edt ahcontestant to alwft
opinon;buteaeh incorrect word abc
12'Iftoaneitanst o is
withdrawal five candidates are left in
the field. They are John E. Swearin
gen, state tguperintendent of educa
tion; Thos. G. MoLeod, of Bisho.ville;
William Coleman, of Union; Cole L.
Blease and Senator Laney.
FOUNTAIN INN GIRIL
IS BADLY INJUIED
Greenville, June 1H.-4llss 'Lliie Mae
Kellett, aged 20, of Fountain Inn was
seriously injured two miles north of
that place about .,:10 yriterday after
tioon -when an automob:'e, which she
was drIying, turne:1 ove. lato a (titen,
throwing herself onid tov: other occu
pants out into tlh - Ioat'.
The other four w ibc of the par
ty were uninjurd cxc,. for a slight
AIss Kellett w br< ught to the
city hospital ' 'vien examination
developed th.. is probably in
ternally Injured ia:dtittOn1 to oth
or serious hurts.
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sub- 'r' sub
tio is scip~ n J
nswer . / (h nwr
,0 su - 2.00s ub
'ec Ilt ofobentson in the
"B'.',.spn thie tonten x
pe00 sh $25.00 b tke
litoe dvtetrand~ will~ bes
ekt lise awar obcsfodrin athde
"l1", snd ch~ tonthestntgext
enjals will o one takint
tant ods eialfl bourat
yo tIhatnuns fthe sale ouoe
pflace who fmstand haecond priz.
knw'i tizene o~fthe tis forn-h
inrec words bedvied betwen