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MT. GALLA(IER NEWS
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Mt. Gallagher, Sept. 4.-We had
nice rain last Sunday afternoon, whie
was needed very much.
.\r. J. A. AMcNinch, after visitin
relatives in this county, returned t
his hoite o ii oboken, New .lcrsey, las
Mrts. Mlattif, .\liartin,. who has beel
ill for Some 1time, is better at present
Al rs. Walt(r Sand1i1iters an(I fainily, o
Ware ShalI., spent last Stinday wit
ior Iipar(nts, Mr. and Mlrs. John Aled
Mrs. LIla Pruett anld two Childrei
of IP'el.zer. have bfteen visiting relative
In tiis coriimilnity.
.Mr. W. !H. >aVen porL and -a ili i
visited .\l r. Ashbury Wells and family
.\lr. is !a Trussel, of Ware Shoals
attended th 11H. '. P1. I'. Convention a
Alt. Gallag last Thuiirslay; als
.\lts. .lary Sinith, of .Laturens. ti
'widow of Dr. .oli Smith.
A large crowd of (elegates from al
ov(r the county attended the 13. Y. I
1'. cIiVeietion last ThI u1 rs(ay and re
'0i tori good wori being (onle by al
wwkers in the :otinty.
Little Lewis Urown , of Ware Shoals
Habitual Constipation Cured
in 14 to 21 Days
"LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a specially
prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for H abitun
Constipation. It relieves promptly bu
should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 day
to induce regular action. It Stimulates an(
Regulate.; .. Very Pleasant to Take. 60
We Have Unlimi
5, 7 or
Inspection of property and c
be made within a few days
STATE & CITY B
SEE OUR LOCAl
The CW Batter
(Wood Separator) h
quality plates, select<
cedar wood separator
Built right, of all nea
Easily the best lov
priced bat tery you ca
*. Sizes to fit all cars.
* Laurens Stora
spent Saturday night and Sunday -with
h-is two little cousins Ira and Niron
Rev. Harley, pastor of Kings Chapel
Methodist church, preached an Inter
R esting sernon Suinday morning from
i -alah 11:12.
-Mrs. '\lollie Wright, of Laurens,
spent last week with her sister, Mrs.
.Mattle 'Martin, who was real sick.
tM Mrs. Corrine Iavenport and son,
Richard, visited Mir. S. 13. Norrell, theirI
inc-e, of Ilolges, one day last week,
and reported lie was doing fine.
We were glad to see I.Mt s. 10lla Smith
oi1t at clrb mci' Sunday morning.
,Mr. John Gernells and Miss Pearle
Aloore were happily married last Sun
day evening by Mr. 1W. 'T. 'Davenport.
Their many friends of the coniiiitMy
vish them a long and happy life.
\li:s WelIs spint hast Sunday night
wit h her cousin, Aliss liernice Daven
t Card of .\pprecliifloin
'iTo tiie People of iahirens County:
I wish to thank one and all foi the
handsoie vote given) ine inl the first
min1.mary ele(tion. I cannot express
My a1 pJ reciat ion in words, )tt I want
- to assure one and all if I aml elected
1 aaain I will do all I Can to see that
1ver 1111 and woniall ill lAllirens1
(, louty gets a sqtiare deal in their
roads to thir nearest market wherever
that1 may be. I repieselit n1o section
but Laurien01 county and have always I
donle so. You know I have always 5
stood for h(le perisonal rights of each I
and every person in Laurens county
and will contillue to do so as long as
A. Ii. .\MOOllE.
ted Funds to Loan
lefinite commitment to loan can
after application is submitted.
ANK & TRUST CO.
ON TRUST CO.
Ilivan & Wilson
,ys at Law
ns, S. C.
Other sizes at
ge Battery Co.
MARRIAGE MADE A BUSINESS
Practice in France That Can Hardly
Be Said to Savor Much of
Anyone can narry-anyone, every.
ne !-if they have a business main
tger who knows the busluess.
Since the waar, in France, weddings
nave doubled, births increased and
letihs declined in the ilost astonish
Now, as all know, marriage does not
ieCessatitte i business ianager-the
ld helter-skelter way of falling In
ove by hazard will undoubtedly con
iIe very inuch in vogue; but If
Inyone inigines that iarriage is not
noving with the tilnes and yielding
o buisiness organization, they know
ittle of what is happening in France
Never befire have gIrls1 done such
narrying in France-with availlable
)ridegrooius so reduced in number!
h1a1t is more, this organized promno
Jon (f marriage gives every girl a
ihance -dve;pite handieaps of untaC
uamintance, soclal disadvantage, plain
ooks, hiek of moneiRPy, lack of family.
ack of pushing friends to aid the
Your business iinager's your pusli
Ielps girls to inarry?
11 ips lien. ilso.
l'(erhaps even, More .0. . .
You wIll object.
"But thie quality, monsieur, think of
ie (Iuality '" said madame. "Duralble
(plid. the hest mark in France! Refore
he young fulks are allowed to meet,
'otl 11.1I been in vest igat ed, weighed.
10'im1red111 and balanced by social ex
isrt and tle pairing-off 0. K.'d In
inal cniiferener! Now, there's a mar
'lasge that will last. It's got good
year in i
PARROT FISH ODD MREATURE
Oust Have Been Devised When Moth.
er Nature Was in Unusually
If some one asked you, "hVnt is
hat which has at beak like that of a
>arrot and cheek pouches like those
if a monkey, lives In the sea and
ivews the cud like a cow?" you might
magine it was soie kind of catch rid
lie. Yet there is a creature which an
:%vers this description perfectly. It is
alled the parrot fish.
The upper and lower Jaws have be
ome hardened into a sharp, curved
weik, whieh Is Just the tool required
for lopping off lumps of tough weed.
[aclh pie('e snipped off by the beak is
passed into one of the two curious
pouches which adorn the cheeks, and
there it remains until the parrot fish
reels that lie has collected enough to
Iinake i good ieal.
He then lies oi the bottom and chews
the cud by means of the splendid set
3f teeth which nature has placed, not
lin his iouth, bulit in his throat.-Ex
Time's Changes in England.
The poacher. the trespasser, tlie
'in who by accldent lets his pigs or
ielfers out uponi tle public road, tle
irchii who robs an orchard, and many
ninWor i'urtal "m0alefactors" are, i is
'eneriflly ciltned, bing mnore person
Iily dealt with by iimloern colintry
nagistratels, ini England. The abliit ion
f the oldi-thne1 bemiches of squires and
andi~ownri(is, whose right to bie miaule
utstleies of' the pi1ece wvas almost re
ranled as hneredita ry, anad thleira sihsti
tution baI y men oif int egr'ity in everiy
wvalk of lfe, anid nem-v by women, has
wr'uighit aI ('ban~ge in rural'ii poliee 'ourt
lnsitee wich'i the ('ountr'y miind unadei"
atmails and apr'i'eelatecs to the full. OIn
1 i'eiiiitry benmchi r'ecently, a proininient
Iintiilivwneri, hits agent, oine of his la
'tr'er's wei'e all adjd lalling together.
A Kind Wish.
Wh'en Jlean wvent to heri little nei1gh
mor's to visit she oft en tilkIed to thle
40randmiother'i of thei ihouse. "'I have
i g'rndmiothei', too.'" she uv~luild say.
buitt she's in heaven."
And she anld thle grandmother of
hie house wer'e goodl fi'iends tintil1 one
11ay thle gr'andmoiithier was cross. She
coolded lie two little girls for leay
ing thle screen dooi' open, foi' wa'lk.
ing in a flower bed and droppiing
:*rilmbs on the floor.
Th'ie two youngsters sought refuge
ani the porch. Gmandmother started
o followv thiemi thier' a little later, to
try to make up. She realized the
riccessity of doing s0, for when she
'eached the door she heard .Jean say!
'IRuthi, I wIsh yourii grandmheiihr was
visitin' my13 gratndmother today."
Still Shrouded In Mystery.
Mary and het' little brother were
playing in the back yar'd.
A wormn camie to play its hublell
par't iln their lives, too.
"Oh, Mlary," he eried, suddl~enly. "I
have found a wormi I"
A robin looked enviously from a
"Oh, Mai'y," the child exclained, "is
i worm good luck? Say, Mary,,is ai
worm gooid luck ?"
Mary r'eplied, but her voIce wp
quiet, so that 1 (10 not know yet
whether a wo'Rm is good luck or niot.
Husbands They Would LIke.'
Half of the womien enr'olled at the
University of Wisc'onisin ar(' wIlling to
marry a Rmanf on a salary of $2,5.00
a yeai', according to a r'eport iisued
by th'e stattlek's commIttee of t'he uni-.
v'ersity. Aln average of' one coed., on
of seven wm'its a husbhand with a stml
ary of at least $5,000- a ye.'rl, tyhiil one
eoed deninnded a' .MOayad )iur
Endorsed for the H
by Leading Citizens
We the 1111dersigIned have knowNn J. (
honlest, upright citizen. .llis ideIa areig
elected, we believe hle will ably and etfiel
interests of l.IIIuens (Coun t y. We there foi
ple of L auren. Cotlily as worthy of your
County inl tile Iext IHouse of Represenita
BH. II. OYID,
II. ). IIENRY,
W. If. SlIAllSON,
A. E. SlEiNCER,
I appreciate the loyal and la
primary. In analyzing the form
ceived the third largest vote and
dorsement of my own townspeo
est vote of any candidate at my <
larger vote even than either oftl
majority vote in the county and
the highest offices within the gifi
I assure you in advance if'you g
primary on September 12th and
toaprove worthy of the honor cc
trust committed to me.
A Real Cord
Cars at a P
The new Goodyear Cross-1P
inch clincher type is a tire
It gives him, at a price lowei
to pay for many "long disc
quality cord tire performanc
It is made of high-grade ion
* reliable Goodyear quality o
engages the road like a cogw~
The scientific distribution of
center rib and the semi-flai
surface that Is exceedingly si
The tough tread stock in th
* wails clear to the bead, ma
* dinary degree.
In every particular It Is a reg
built to safeguard the world.
Despite its high quality, anc
tion, it sells at a price as i
which lack its important fea
The 30 x 3M inch Cro.2
TAs pric, Inchudes e
Goe4;e r Cross-Rib Tsed. Cud Tires ari
ouse of Representatives
of His Home Town
). allniett for years and know hiini to be anl
- and Iiis policies are const ruc1t i ve. If
ently reprosent all the people an11d the be.i"
'e enldorse hi ni and coiniend hiini to til peo
1upport for Representiative of I' a iirein:
fives of S ouit h Ca roltina.
J.. W. D)AVI',
C. C. BMLblY,
F. Al. BOIbANI),
if. S. BiA I1210Y,
W. . D -R1 ,
rge support given me in the first
er vote you will observe that I re
that I also received the liberal en
ple because they gave me the larg
>wn voting precinct. I received a
ie two candidates who received a
are declared nominated for one of
: of the people of Laurens County.
ive me your support in the coming
I am nominated, I shall endeavor
inferred upon me and true to the
The new Goodyear
Cross-Rib Tread Card
Tire for Small
ib Tread Cord in the 30 x 3
that the small car owner will
than the net price he is asked
ount" tires, every advantage of
e, for it is a quality tire through
g-staple cotton; it embodies th
f materials; its clean-cut tra
rubber in this tread-the widp
contour-gives a thick, broad
ow to wear.
is tire Is carried down the side-.
king it rut-proof to an extraor
resentative Goodyear product,
wide Goodyear reputation.
I the expertness of its construe-.
mw or lower than that of tires
ramn(Jacturer's excise tax.
also mnade in 6, 7 and 8inch site or*rud
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