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ocause of Its toi1c and laxative er
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* LANFOIW NEWS
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Lanford, Aug. 7.-4Master John s'
Cannon celebrated his birthday lm
'Saturday by inviting about 16 of hi
little boy friends on a picnic with hit
and to enjoy the sport of swimmini
The little follows were chaperoned b
LMrs. Jess -Massy, Miss Nora Cannoi
Prof. James L. Fleming and Prof. Fre
D. Cox. They all report a most de
[lightf)ul time and little Johnnie wishe
.that his brthday might be every da
if they would all be like that.
iMrs. T. WM, 'Burnette delightfully en
tertained the Sunbean band Saturda
afternoon at her home. They enjoye
games, songs and music until the
.were tired, then resorted to -a coi
spot near a sparkling branch and Mr
Alice Mills assisted Mrs. Burnetto i
make a bounteous spread on the bank
of tau Uittle stream and the little fo
lows were ready to enjoy the man
good things that are good to ea
Mes.. s. R. J. Patterson and T. M. But
nett.e, .he two deacons, sliced watoi
melou mnd seemed to enjoy seeing tli
child. a having this delightful tim
Mr.:,. urnette has a most interest
Ing I*-.t:e band and spares no time c
pains :n trying to make it better ei
U.., "day. . Mrs. C. D. Cox was ale
present as a s-pecially invited gues
Master Jack .li-iggins, of Great Fall
and 11. T. .H igg-in, Jr., of Buffalo, hay
been visiting their grandparents, M
an Mrs. J. G. Higgins.
Mr. and )Mrs. P. A. Thomas,
Spartan'burg visited their parents, M
and Mrs. J. A. Franks, this iweek-en
.Mr. and Mrs. Hobson Iranks an
little son have returned home after
two weeks' visit to her mother, Mr
Sanders, in Spartanburg.
iMisses 'Margaret -Drumnond an
Mtary (Higgins and others from her
attended services at Cedar Shoal
church Saturday evening. Rev. R.
Williams assisted Rev. Prince in ti
meeting and a great many from her
enjoyed the privilege of hearing the
former pastor preach again.
Miss Virginia Drummond, of Woot
ruff, spent last week with Miss Ca:
ry Lou iHiggins.
On Sunday, August 6th, about C
guests assembled at the home of M
'I M. J'ohnson to help him celebral
his 76th anniversary. Although at thi
advanced age you would think him
younger man, espiecially when he wi
enjoying the day with his family arl
friends. Among those piresent wei
Capt. and Mrs. J. V. Lanford, Mr. all
Mrs. L. M. Cannon, Mrs. 1tella Bomua
Mr. J. iD. Johnson, LMr. B. W. Johnst
and family, and Mr. Vance Johnson,
Arcadia; Mr. C. D. Cox and family, M
C. L. Waldrop and family, Mr. J. '
Byers and flmily, Mrs. Othello Pay
and 'Miss Estelle Nelson, of Hendei
sonville, Mrs. E. G. Boggs and chi
dren, Lincolnton, N. C., Mr. Richai
Moore and family and Miss Ruth Lai
ford of Arcadia, Mr. J. W. Johnst
and family and Mr. J. R. Franks as
family. It was a most enjoyable occi
sion, one lonig to lbe remembered at
iwe trust he may be spared to enjc
many more such family reunions. Mr
T. L. 'Harney, of St. Petersburg, Flk
and Mrs. F. S. Randall, of -Hendersoi
ville were the two absent daughtem
and the family would ibe Complet
The mother died six years ago, ti
first link broken in the family of t:
seven daughters and on~e son.
Card From HI. B. Hlumbert
To .the Voters of -Laurens County:
Some time since some friends, witI
out previous knowledge on. my par
verny klidly announced me for the o
lice of Supervisor, and in addition
was .personally solicited by mn
fr-iends. After very careful consi(
oration, I could not see my way ecea
on account of ipresent engagement
~to offer at this time, anmd issued a stati
- meat to that effect two weeks ag,
!Later it looked as if 'I might be abi
to attend a few meetings, and in tI:
hope of .possilbly arranging to -thu
endi, had the announcement renewei
but later developments rendered- it in
p lractica'ble to (10 so, my time bein
fully taken up, which I very mnuc
I wish to express to all my frienti
my (lee) applreolation of their interem
ini my behalf, andc ish limt had been a
that I could have tendered my sex
(Hi. B. H JLlIFlHR.
August 7, 1922k
Ilenllng, Bleautlfying to the C'omple,
lon.-" I used( H-agan's Magnolia Balh
as dir'ectedl and in expressing mn
ithanks for the great relief :l receive
from its use, I wvill add that you
claim for its utilit'y (10es not fulfy em
press itk mxerits; it seemxs to posses
a healing and beautifying power her<
tofore uknown I will hln to intr<
du1ce~ ,urI wvond1erful Balm. I remaix
lilappily yourx friend(, (Signed) Mi~s
IMarie Ahneida, Newhall, California.
Instant beauty fromx this Iliquid fac
and toilet powder--Brunette, !whitm
ipink, rose-redl. 75 cents at druggist
or by mail. 'Lyon Mfg. Co., 42 S(
'Filith 'St., Brooklyn, N. Y.-Adv.
Loo Leaf Ledgers, Etc.
Adivertiser Printing on.
bi * *
* * AERCROMIIIE REUNION
.0 .. S 0 0 0 0 0
[. The sixth annual reunion of th
,t Abercrombie family was held at the
s home of Mr. and Mrs. J. 1. Abercrom
nt blo in Clinton, Monday, July 31st. The
r. occasion which called them together
y xsas the 76th birthday of Mr. Aber
t, cr'omble. Ixactly one .hundred of the
d friends and relatives gathered to do
- him honor. A bounteous picnic din
d ner, with barberued hash was serve '
y under the oak trees. After the ropa .,
Mrs. Earl Owens, candidate for super
intendent of education, was :resented
y to the crowd, and gave thom a talk.
d FMr. Goins, :astor of Lydla Mills Bap
Y tist church also spoke some very help
11 ful words to an appreciative audience.
5. Mr. M. S. Bailey expected to be pres
0 ent, but was called off on business, so
* only came to offer his congratulations.
After - a very endoyable day, and
Y many wishes being expressed to the
L elderly couple that they might live to
enjoy more of those delightful occa
sions, the gathering adjourned for an
0 other year. The following were pres
.r. and Mrs. J. I1. Abercrombie, Mr.
r and Mrs. E. F. Anderson, Collie An
der.on, Loraine Anderson, James. An
0 derson, :Mr. J. A. Woftord, Laura Wof
t. ford, Budie Wofford, -Ben Wofford,
' Collier Abercrombie, Mis. Collier
e Ahercrombie, Lee Abercrombie, Maxie
- A-bercrombio, Virginia Abercrombie,
Laura Abercrombie, Ludie Watkins,
Geneva Watkins, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
-, Abercronble, Nellie Abercom'ble,
' Clara Abercrombie, Eulie Abercrom
d be, Marion Abercrombie, Mrs. John
a.lByars, Roy Byars, Lois Byars, "Walter
-, Byars, William Byars, Sibyl Byars.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Johnson, Eugene
d Johnson, Mary ohnson, Carl Johnson,
SDorothy Johln;on, Richard Johnson.
s Mr. and irs. Henry Aborcronbie,
Jesse Ahercronb:c, J1onathan Aber
e ciombie, Mlr. and Mrs. Irvin Campbell,
e Cecil Can'.-blllHh'n Campbell, Mr.
r J. C. Abercrombie, Myrtle Abercrom
'bie, Annie Abercrombio, Earl Aber
croibie, Eunice Abercrombie. Maude
Abercromble, Mr. and Mrs. Fayett Ow
'ings, Lillio Owings, Russell Owings,
0 tMargaret Jamison, iMrs. Sallie Aber
Serombie, Hessie Abercrombie Dean
e Mberodiin. Mr. .and Mrs. Glenn Bull,
Miss eVra Caldwell, Rev. Mr. Goins,
a .Mr. J. P. Carter.
S ', Ed. Jay, M'. and Mrs. Gorge
d IDiur(ns Ms DrIggers, David Comip
e ,ell, E ri Owcna, M3rs. Earl O' -ia,
d M ry Ellen Owen.-, -irs. Norsth Sp -I,
.u'l, Mr. and Mrs. I,. er
n Ji ans, Jack S:minions, .Alillie im
r 's George Fi!ier, 1. C. Cun-W t
-' a:, 21-s. 2' s I ddle, 'irs. .Job '1
-. ! ain:. Mrs. c' ' ia: , Alol :hus '...
c li:ims, Williim ieci omsbie, '. -
dr Abereo:l ;e, C. Y. Crndl ek,
r.C. Y. Mah: r. F. H.I1. oa,
Mis. F. H. uImon, LuUiie Bald n,
n '.\l:s. J1ude laldwin, Lucle Dald-Vin,
l1a t ldwin, .\lr. Frank '. in
L-blin, Mi.s. Frank Tuniblin, Lila J i
d son, Mr. J1. il. .\: :'croimbie, Mrs. .. HI.
y Ab~eromibie, Esiy Kelley
Thie annual reuinion of Company' C,
s1-1th Regiment, Company C of 3rd dat
-tallon, and Company A, 6th Cavalry
C will he held at Union church S.~ iurn
(l ay, the 12th inst. D~escendanit and
friends of the veterans of these comn
panies and also former resident; of
that section are requested to attend
andl carry dinner. It is desired to smake
a this bo0th a reunion and home-comiing
t, day as has been (lone In the past.
- 11. L,. HIENDE6RSO%,
I ~ J. P. ELLICDGE,
y J1. R. McDANIEL,
Ourd From Miss D~unlap
Editor The Advertiser:
Allow me to express thi'ough youir
iaper' an appr~ieciation for the interest
taken 'by my friends in my race for,
tCounty Sup~er'intendlent of Educa Lion,
I aipreciate the eforit they have ..ade
for 'my election. I 1'ear, however, that
it will be impoi)05ble forn me to con
tinue in the race, and am thei .:fore
taking this method of announcing~ my
(Idecision of withdrarsing fr'om the 'ace.
Yours very truly,
(MISS) i.lARGARETY DUN JAP.
Card'i Fromi Audlitor Thloimps1'oni
Editor' Time Laui'ens Adlvertiser:
Please allow ine space in your col-'
umns to expriess my13 sincei'e thanks to
the voters of Laturens couinty for' their
valtiablo supploi't. in the past andl will
apprei'ciate same in the alpi'roaching
!u prinary. It will b~e impossible (or me
to attend the campaign mel(etinlgs as
.1. WADDY TH'IOMPSON.
Atmosphero of the Earth.
s Ou)'r ciarth, asi make's its diur'nal
"('l'vOi iion)1, ('ri'es with It n iin skin
e of ir, w~hihbS trts becom(linrg ramrelied
I, WhenQ we4 14o iup ia few t hmousanid feet;
5 at aibout seven'i mii ls abhove time gr'otmd
the. ir i' tops growhoi,' &'ohler, ait 20
imiles abov w~e t he eartih is th uim mpper
limsit of twilight, and14 at 50 milhes he
giis a r'egin whiere th ati1S~tmopere
do very I
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