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Ekom, ,Oct. 30.-The farmers of t.his
section are about through gathering
their crops and are begiuring to sow
-Mr. 'Sam Earle McDaniel and .\r. T.
J. Cooper are on the sick list this
week. 'We hope they will soon be well
Takes Leather tc stand weather. J.
C. Burns & Co. Shoes will do it.
State of loutl Carolina,
Oounty of Laturens.
A. L. 'Itutuai et al, Plaintiff,
.James Wvaldroi) iind Carrol Waldrop,
Pursuant to a Decree nf the Court
in the above stated case, I will sell at
public outcry to the highest bidder, at
Laurens, 1C. H., S. C., on Salenday in
Novembor next, being Mlenday the 6th
(ay of the month, during the Legal
hours for -such sales, the following de
scrilbed property, to wit:
All that tract, piece or parcel of
land lying, Ibeing and situate in the
County of Laurens, In the State of
South 'Carolina, containing forty-four
(44) acres, nore or less, 'bounded on
the north iby lands of E. G. Bramlett,
on the .east by lands of L. E. Burns,
south by lands of -San 'Garrett, and on
the west by lands of Austin Bramlett.
Terms of Sale: Cash. Purchaser to
pay for -papers and stamps. If the
terms of sale are not complied with,
the land to 'be re-sold on same or some
su-bsequent Salesday on same terms,
at risk of former purchaser.
MI~lk~i.. -). A. -POWIlMI,
C. C. 1C. 'P. an d G. S.
Dated October 2, 1922. 14-3t-A
LAIDY POT S0 #
After Sufeing From Many Fem
Caru and Took It, She
"SOME TIME AGO," says Mrs.
Buena McFarland, of R. F. D. 2,
Bostic, N. C., "I suffered a great
deal with yeakness common to women.
I had bearing-down pains, my sides and
back hurt, and my limbs drew. I would
get so weak in my.knees I could scarcely
"I was very nervous, and could not
rest. I didn't feel like eating. I grew
thin, and did not have ambition for any
"I had been trying other remedies. ..
but did not get any better.
i "Some one told us of Cardul, and
what it was recommended-tor. I also
- An Und<
The CW Battery
(Wood Separator) ha:
quality plates, selected
cedar wood separators.
Built right, of all new,
E~auily' the best low.
priced battery you cam
Sizes to fit all care.
'We :are glad 'to rep ?rt Dr. J. U. Coo
per getting on filne and is able to be out
doing a little of his nearby practice.
Miss jbutcla Burton, of Iva( and Mrs.
Manie llledge spent a few days of last
week with relatives here. Dr. Burton
camne over for a few hours Friday and
carried his aunt back to their 'home.
'MI. and Mrs. IDiuglas Cooper have
moved over near Ware *hoals.
Misses May Madden and Myrtle Cul
bertson, Mrs. J. G.-Cor-ler andl Miss
Laurence Culbertson v, c lsopIpinlg in
Mrs. Ida Coo;Jer and daughter, Ber
tha, and .Mr. Sam Cooper visited lr.
T. J. Cooper .:aind family Suinday.
Mr. and Mrs. Berkeley Itedden anad
children, 'Mr. and Mrs. Floyd God
frey and children spent Sunday with
MIrs. Barbara Culbertson and riamily.
Mr. and Mrs. 'Earl 'Arnold, of Elber
ton, Ga., spent the 1week-end with Dr.
and Mrs. J. G. Cooper.
Dr. J. L. Donnan called in our coin
munity Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Carl Oulbertson an-d children
visited Mrs. 'Lou Culbertsoji and
Messrs. H. H. Pinson and Pet Smith
have exchanged homes and will move
Mr. and Mrs. Rayn Pinson will also
move with his father to the Smith
place. We are sorry to see Mr. Pinson
and family moye away, but welcome
'Mr. Smith and family with us.
The J. C. Burns & Co. Store Re-or'
ganized for Bigger Business. Get your
share of the good things In the Dissolu.
ale Troubles This lady Heard of
Says, "Until I Was Wul."U
took a Ladies Birthday Almanac and
read of .a case something like mine. I
told my husband to get It and I would
"I saw a great Improvement after the
the first bottle (of Cardul), so I kept it up
until I was well. Now I am the picture
of hea "
Thou ads of other women have writ
ten, to tell of the beneficial results ob
tained by taking Cardui, and to recom
mend It to others.
Cardul has stood the test of extensive
use, for more than forty years, In the
treatment of troubles common to women.
Other size. at'
e Battery Co.
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* DIALS NEWS *
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Dials, Oct. 30.-One of the most en
joyable'parties of the autumn was giv'.
en Thursday evening, October 26 by
Miss Sallie D. Brownlee at her home
'iWoodland Farm", tihe affair being in
honor of the offlicers of the Elpworth
League. An exquisite arrangement
of yello. and green was used through
Out thle ower floor, the color scheme
being effectively carried out with hand
some ferns and cut flowers.
The dining roomn presented a trans
planted woodland scen with its decor
ations of goldenl autu mu Iea ve shaded
lights, black cats and other weird Hal
lowe'en decorations. The table center
-piece whs a huge pumpkin witch whose
ghostly leer failed to damipen the ar
dor of the young folks.
(1ames and con teht. af:.--ed the ev
ening amusement. Miss Deowey Arm
strong won the box of candy for having
maIde top score on the contests. Miss
Lilly Thomason was presented with a
"cute" little witch paper weight as the
be b . DuIn -I, the re. .',licious
refreshments were served.
Those present were :Misses Dwey
Armstrong, Itattle Abererombie, Lilly
Thomason, lmma Harris. Livura Hel
lanis, Fannie Brownloe, Mrs. Bqpsie
Ilarris and Mrs. 10na 1a rris; -Messrs.
Talmadge Armstrong, George Thoma
son, Pierce Harris, John Simmons, Da
vi( Brownlee, Frank Currry, Tillman
Bolt, Joe Brownlee an-I Fred Aber
The school at this place opened with
appropriate exercises October 16. The
teachers in charge are Miss Carter of
Chester, principal, and .311ss Abererom
ble, of lickory Tavern, who has cony
trol of :)rimary grades. Both of these
teachers come well recommended and
judging from the activities being
evinced by teachers and pupils, this
session will be again numbered as
among the successful ones for Dials
Miss Lilly Thomason left Saturday
for Tygersville where she will be en
gaged in teaching.
Miss Maggie\D. Curry, a member of
the Fairview school faculty spent the
week-end with her parents here.
'Miss Cecil Owings, of Conestee was
the week-end guest of homefolks.
Mrs. J. A. Curry, Mrs. Festus Curry
and little Billy were the spend-th0-day
guests of iMrs. L. D. Curry and family
Miss Pearle Henderson has gone 'to
Chesterfield where she is teaching in
the Snow Hill school.
Mrs. Eileen Peden and little David
has returned from a' visit with rela
tives in Fountain Inn.
The 'Revl C. W. Watson filled his last
al)pointment here before conference
Sunday morning. This concludes Mr.
Watson's third year, on this charge,
according to the rules of the Metho
dist church .he can be returned for yet
another year, and thi many friends of
Mr. 'Watson and his interesting family
are hoping the bishop will see fit to
return .him in order that he mray comn
plete the priescribed four years.
iMiss Clara -McCall is on an extended
visit with relatives in Greenville.
The young people 'and junior mis
sionary societies met wvith Miss Ethel
Curry on last Saturday afternoon arid
enjoyedl a social hour in connection
with the -business progi'am. 'Mrs. Ropp)1,
tire superintendent wvas present, as was
a number of the mothers of 'the ,wee
lads and lassies. Gamnes were enjoyed
at the .conclusion of wvhich a sweet
course was served.
Mr. and irs. 'Ralph Hellarms are re
ceiving congratulations on the recent'
birth-of a litle son, Charles Edwvin.
Mr. and *Mrs. James Roberson, of
Lake City,-are visitinrg relatives here.
. Rev. Plumer Curry and Mrs. Curry,
returned Monday to their home in lien
dersonville, N. C., after enjoying a
br'ief visit withr relatives here. /
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* ('ROSS Ill NEWS *
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Cross '1111; Oct. 23.--Miss Alma
'Colenman of U. 'WV. C., splenlt last wecek
end withr home folks. She had as her
guest 'Miss Trraynham, whio is also a
student at G. WV. C.
Miss 'Doris Young was the week-end
guest of .Miss \Villijo Austin.
Dr. and 'Mm's. J. H. Miller are visit
ing relatives at Ridgeway, S. C.
Mi'. and Mrs. Lewvis Major, of WVare
Shoals, were w'eek-end visitors in our
Mrs. T. B. Crews scbent a portion of
last woek with r'elatives at Asheville,
'Miss 'Smith, from Filbert,' arrived
yesterday to take charge of' the 'Long
'Rev. 'Tupo ipreached a very inapiriq~g
sermon -to a large hongregation on
Sunday morning. Wep trust Rev. Ibupo
will be returned to this charge fdr a
longer stays among us.
SMiss Alice 'Anderson, of Grgeniville,
is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. B. F.
Among those fronm Crdse Hill attend
ng~Athe state fair are the, f9Ilowting:
.idea for, Christmas
It is sure of a hearty
welcome on Christmas
morning.--.and it will
be a favorite all year
The Victrola pleases
every one-gives every
body the kind of music
they like best.
And there's a Victrola
within the reach of all
$25, $40, $50, $75,
$100, $150, $200, $250, $300, $350. E
Come in and see the complete line. iA We'll gladly play any
music you wish to hear and explain our plan of easy terms.'
Special Christmas Offer
We are making a Special Easy Pay
ment Offer to those desiring to put a Vic
trola in their home on Christmas day.
Come in and let us explain this plan to you. By this
plan you get the Victrola in your home and have it paid
for before you know it.
POWE DRUG COMPANY
IRENE CASTLE'S OWN
CHOSEN BY MRS. CASTLE
THIS IS NOT A
Bu1t the 1ost nn ie preetHOULDE
tion ever shown in 1,11ur ens and F1 CTtR!M
by stunniqg New York and Paris
m11odels-displaying a woidi'ou s
array of sensationally smart
g()nVIls brought. direet from D111eau
Ville, Paris and Fifth Aveiiiie.
EXPONENTS OF CASTLE DANCING
PRESENTED IN CONJUNCTION WITH
Opera House Saturday, Nov. 4
50c To All. Three Shows: 3:30,7:30,'9:30 (
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